SPOTTED: Talenti Gelato Layers

Talenti Gelato Layers Salted Caramel Truffle
Talenti Gelato Layers Salted Caramel Truffle
Talenti Gelato Layers Black Raspberry Vanilla Parfait
Talenti Gelato Layers Black Raspberry Vanilla Parfait
Talenti Gelato Layers Vanilla Fudge Cookie
Talenti Gelato Layers Vanilla Fudge Cookie
Talenti Gelato Layers Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake
Talenti Gelato Layers Chocolate Cherry Cheesecake
Talenti Gelato Layers Peanut Butter Vanilla Fudge
Talenti Gelato Layers Peanut Butter Vanilla Fudge

There are also Dark Chocolate Cherry and Mint Fudge Cookie flavors. I have to admit seeing the different layers is quite striking and appetizing. (Spotted by John R at Hannaford.)

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6 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Talenti Gelato Layers”

  1. I’m not sure about this layering thing. Do you have to thaw the product, mix the layers, refreeze and then eat? Or just eat one layer at a time in a frozen state without mixing?

    This is why Ben & Jerry’s core ice cream varieties are a hit because the flavor differential is vertical, not horizontal.

  2. These look AMAZING. I think if you just it soften a bit you could scoop to the bottom or even dump it all out- these don’t seem that big.

  3. These seem awesome at first, but then I realize you have to jam your spoon all the way down to get an actual mix of the ingredients. I am a sucker though and will still probably try one.

  4. So are you supposed to eat the whole thing at once–this needs to be packaged in per serving cups in order to be practical.

  5. These look great and I’m sure they will be delicious, but Talenti is getting dangerously close to 1/2 pint territory with these. I’m sure the price will be in line with their standard 14oz container, but with even less product. Unless the assumption is that these will be a single serving.

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