What is Funfetti Ice Cream?
One of the, if not THE most iconic cake mix and packaged frosting of all time, Pillsbury’s Funfetti, gets turned into a frozen scoopable treat. It features Funfetti light ice cream with rainbow sprinkles and a cake crunch swirl.
How is it?
The ice cream is…light, and taking it for what it is, it’s not too shabby. It’s relatively light, like literally in the weight sense, although not quite airy. But I’m happy to report it’s not at all gummy like other lower calorie ice creams can be (frozen dairy dessert, yuck).
The Funfetti base’s taste is sweet but not sickeningly so, although more notably sugary than standard vanilla. I actually wish it was a bit sweeter, as I’m very familiar with what the real frosting tastes like, and this doesn’t quite scratch that itch.
Sprinkles are sprinkles, and there’s certainly an abundance of them. They’re sweet and colorful with a pleasant waxy chew that brings the party vibes. The cake crunch swirl is the best part of this experience, with a texture that reminds me of a cross between frosting and fudge with the grittiness of cookie dough. It’s like little bits of cake crumbs rolled into soft sweetness. Delicious.
Anything else you need to know?
Like most light ice cream or anything that comes in a tub this big, I wish I had more of the best component. The cake crunch swirl wasn’t nearly as thick or ample as I would like, but it comes with the territory. It mostly appears in wispy moments that elevate the bite, but I found a couple of bigger pieces towards the middle and they were really great.
Funfetti ice cream is made for kids. It’s a big, bright, and light tub that does nothing new and doesn’t fail at delivering a caloric and money budget-friendly ice cream that anyone with a basic palate, or children, can appreciate.
Purchased Price: $4.99
Size: 1.5 Quarts
Purchased at: Safeway
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (2/3 cup, 82g) 160 calories, 4.5 grams of fat, 2.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 grams of trans fat, 5 milligrams of cholesterol, 65 milligrams of sodium, 25 grams of carbohydrates, 0 grams of fiber, 17 grams of sugar, 3 grams of protein.
7 thoughts to “REVIEW: Funfetti Light Ice Cream”
I would had make a funfetti ice cream cake. Bake off the funfetti cake then layer the funfetti ice cream. Frost it with funfetti frosting folded with whipped cream. Then sprinkle the sprinkles all over.
Stat…someone get me my insulin shot! 😉
(The above was supposed to be a smiley face, Tamme–good one, there! 🙂 )
hehe The same thing happens to me, when I try to use emoji, from my phone. They always show up as question marks, for some reason.
Anyway, glad you enjoyed, Mike. 🙂 (Gee, I hope that shows up properly.)
I have been looking EVERYWHERE for this for months. Its still not even showing up on Brickseek Walmart even though some people have spotted it there?! Anyone in Cincinnati see this? Meijer and Kroger has had the Fruity Pebble one for a couple months already
Most Walmart *should* have it now or soon. Ice cream mod was due to be set this week, up to the next two. Depends on stores ability to get it done.
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