M&S launch new range including ice cream at just 62 calories a tub

M&S delights customers with new summer food range including pink gin pouring cream and vanilla ice cream that’s just 62 calories per serving

  • Marks and Spencer have delighted fans by launching a range of new products 
  • Includes Count on US  Madagascan Vanilla Ice Cream at 62 calories a serving
  • Also relaunched pink gin cream and extra thick salted caramel cream for £3.50

Marks and Spencer have delighted fans by launching a range of new products for summer, including an ice cream which is only 62 calories a serving.

The upmarket grocer’s Count on Us Madagascan Vanilla Ice Cream is both low in fat and calories and comes as the temperatures are set to soar across the UK.

It’s the first ever low calorie ice-cream for the supermarket, and will likely rival the likes of Halo Top, who offer tubs of ice cream for less 400 calories.     

The upmarket grocer’s Count on Us Madagascan Vanilla Ice Cream is both low in fat and calories and comes as the temperatures are set to soar across the UK.

An M&S spokesperson told FEMAIL: ‘Whether you’re looking to lose weight or just fancy a lighter option, our Count on Us range has a healthy choice you’ll love, all the dishes in the range are low in fat and low in calories, but that doesn’t mean they skimp on taste’

The one litre tub has eight portions, and retails at £3, making it 496 calories for those who indulge in the entire carton.

As well as the low calorie ice-cream, Marks and Spencer have also brought back their extra thick salted caramel cream, which was a hit with shoppers at Christmas, and their pink gin cream which flew off shelves last summer.

The chain, which remains open during the pandemic, suggest serving it with handful of crushed meringue for the perfect DIY Eaton mess. 

As well as the low calorie ice-cream, Marks and Spencer have also brought back their extra thick salted caramel cream, which was a hit with shoppers at Christmas, and their pink gin cream which flew off shelves last summer.

Both creams cost £3.50 for 200g. 

After sharing the post to their Instagram page, fans were quick to share their excitement at the new products.  

‘We loved the Salted Caramel Cream! So glad to see it is back! Now we just need some brownies to add to it’ said one 

After sharing the post to their Instagram page , fans were quick to share their excitement at the new products.

‘I’ve been looking for things like these everywhere omg’ added another.

‘These look so good, and with strawberries it’s part of your 5 a day’ joked a third  

‘Oh my goodness pink gin cream’ wrote a fourth.

Others said they were going to head back to the shops to get their fix. 

‘Erm I think we need to go back to M&S now’ said one.  

‘The pink gin cream is so good’ added another fan. 

‘Salted caramel cream, 3 perfect words, sounds like heaven’ another foodie added.

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