Streets Cornetto Vegan Ice Cream Made with Soy (4 pack)
The Cornetto Made with Soy consists of a delicious, crispy baked wafer, coated inside from top to bottom with a chocolatey layer, combined with a delicious vanilla soy ice cream and dark chocolatey pieces. For over 50 years we’ve been perfecting our Cornetto recipe to make the taste of every Cornetto ice cream even better than the last, taking your taste buds on a delicious journey, from the tantalising topping, through the smooth ice cream down to the crispy wafer cone and of course the chocolatey tip.
We have now perfected our recipe to allow us to use soy based ice cream that keeps the creamy texture that Cornetto is famous for. Spica, an ice cream manufacturer from Naples, was passionate about ice cream, loving creamy texture, delicious flavours and quality ingredients. One day, Spica found a way to spread ice cream passion to everyone, creating a formula that could not fail. The great idea was to cover the inside of the cone with a chocolatey layer, allowing the wafer to keep its crispiness when filled with ice cream, this breakthrough innovation “Cornetto” was born from that moment on, people could enjoy their crispy, delicious Cornetto whenever they want. Now, we have expanded our range so that Cornetto truly is for everyone. Try a Cornetto today!
- A crispy baked wafer coated from top to bottom with a chocolatey layer, combined with vanilla flavoured soy ice cream, chocolatey pieces and hazelnuts
- Vanilla flavour soy ice cream in a wafer cone (12%), with a chocolate flavour coating (12%) and dark chocolate pieces (2%)
- Creamy and Crunchy, the perfect match
- Suitable for Vegans
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