Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Battle Yasso vs Enlightened

Welcome to the Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Battle between Yasso and Enlightened!

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Enlightened Sea Salt Caramel  (gluten free, kosher, low GI, rBST-free)

Macros: 70g 80cal 1.5F 17C 7P 5fiber
Actual weight: 65.4g
Cost:  Can be found for around $6-$7 per box

Taste:  it took 8 minutes to defrost, the salted caramel taste like it is home made and is infused throughout the entire bar. It is like the ice cream is caramel and they dipped it in caramel a few times during the process of making the bar. when you get to the swirl part, the caramel flavor enhances and just makes the bar even more delightful.

Overall:  even though i had to defrost it a while, the flavor was amazing and the bar is so good, that you want to take your time in eating it. it was amazing that you could still eat it slowly without worry of it melting off the stick.


Yasso Sea Salt Caramel (gluten free, rBST-free, kosher)

Macros: 65g 100cal 1F 18C 5P 0fiber
Actual weight: 71.1g
Cost: can be found for around $4-$5

Taste: you are able to eat is right out of the fridge. the first bite is mostly vanilla but when you get to the swirls, the salted caramel flavor is spot on and gives you a rush to want to devour it like a cookie monster.

Overall: the flavor is good and addicting but melts way too fast so you really cannot take the time and enjoy its goodness.


Overall winner:  Both Tasted amazing!! Based on flavor and macros Enlightened wins.  If i were going based off cost and easy availability i would choose Yasso.

If you have tried either of these two products the please leave a comment and share your experience with it.

Please feel free to provide feedback and rate on how helpful this review was for you or if there are any additional things you would like me to include in order to make the reviews better for you.


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