Talenti Just Released 4 New Organic Gelato Flavors
Plus they added a new low-sugar flavor!
This story originally appeared on bhg.com by Andrea Beck.
We hope it's not too cold for ice cream (or gelato) wherever you are, because Talenti's five new flavors are going to make you want to run out and buy a few pints right now. In addition to all of the luscious gelato flavors we already know and love, Talenti just announced one more, with four new organic flavors also joining the lineup.
Talenti Organic just launched yesterday, and it's one of the first major brands to venture into organic frozen desserts. Each one of the four new flavors is made with certified organic ingredients, like organic milk, butter, and sugar. All four new flavors are also gluten-free and kosher.
Don't make the mistake of thinking that these new organic flavors are basic, either—while a classic vanilla flavor is part of the new lineup, all four sound downright decadent. Brown Butter Caramel, Chocolate Mousse, Oak-Aged Vanilla, and Ginger Matcha make up the new organic line. Even if you don't normally buy organic, these mouthwatering flavors might make you start.
In addition to the organic line, Talenti is also adding a new flavor to their "crafted with less sugar" line. Be on the lookout for Lemon Bar gelato, made with organic lemon curd, shortbread pieces, and sweetened with monk fruit instead of sugar. The lower-sugar flavors tend to have about half the sugar of regular flavors—Lemon Bar, for example, has 13 grams of sugar, while regular Madagascan Vanilla Bean has 24 grams, and Belgian Chocolate has 29 grams.
Talenti is sold at grocery stores nationwide, and you should start seeing all five new flavors hit shelves in February. And even though you might only have to wait for a few days before you see these new additions, Talenti has plenty of other creamy gelato to tide you over until then. In addition to their long list of classic flavors, they also have dairy-free sorbettos, vegan options, gluten-free, fat-free, and lower sugar choices—there's definitely something for everyone!
This article originally appeared on bhg.com