I like eating a variety of ice cream but prefer that it be somewhat low in fat and calories. Even though this Edy's Apple Pie Frozen Dairy Dessert isn't explicitly either of those things, the nutrition facts are comparable to other "light" ice creams. Technically, this product is not an ice cream because the first ingredient is whey rather than milk, but for the average consumer, I would consider Edy's Apple Pie to be an ice cream.
The description depicts this ice cream as vanilla with pie crust and apple pieces, but the ice cream itself has an apple-tinged color and tasty flavor of apple pie from the addition of spices, some of which can be seen as specks in the ice cream. Indeed, there are also apple pieces mixed in the ice cream, but most are rather small and don't really change the overall texture of the ice cream. My favorite part of the ice cream was the inclusion of the pie crust pieces, which provided sporadic chewy pieces to complement the ice cream.
Each 1/2 cup serving of Edy's Apple Pie Frozen Dairy Dessert provides 120 calories, 4 grams of fat, 2.5 grams of which are saturated (10% of the daily cvalue), 60 milligrams of sodium (3% DV), 21 grams of carbohydrates which includes 15 grams of sugars.
I paid $3.00 for a 1.5 quart container at my local grocery store. I really enjoyed all the different aspects of this frozen dairy dessert from the ice cream itself to the mix-ins too. I appreciate the respectable calorie count, but the fat count is a bit up there (more than a light ice cream, but less than most full fat ice creams). Edy's Apple Pie Frozen Dairy Dessert is an end-of-the-year seasonal product, so don't miss out! Another one you might like is Edy's Pumpkin Frozen Dairy Dessert.