It was a posh pud in the seventies and now Niyati ice cream is making a comeback.
deal with three classic stripes With a 200 percent increase in internet searches, high turnout is becoming increasingly popular among consumers’ favourites.
Traditionally made in a block which is divided into three flavors – Vanilla, Chocolate and Strawberry – It can also be purse friendly.
Laura Stott samples different neapolitan style tubs for taste and value and rates each of five.
Sainsbury’s£1.80, 2 litres: Great family-sized tub for a weeknight treat.
The pink is slightly lighter than some others but doesn’t affect the taste.
Quality ice cream with nice and creamy taste and easy to scoop
Perfect for cones. Good value crowd pleaser.
Tesco£1, 1L: Served in a posh paper packet, so cut into easy-to-clean help.
But ice cream is quite watery.
Strawberries have no real taste.
It looks great though, especially the bold berry color.
Gianni, £1.19, 2L, Aldi, My favourite. Delicious and milky, especially strawberry and vanilla.
So much so that both adults and children will find it hard to resist.
The perfect budget family pudding is more expensive than it tastes. Yum.
Lidl£1.45, 2L: Excellent all-rounder in terms of taste and price.
Creamy vanilla is my favorite here, while chocolate and strawberry are both on the sweet side but still pleasant.
It’s easy to scoop, good for swirling in a cone.
Walls, £2, 1.8L: Strawberry and vanilla ice cream with green bars added – a twist on tradition. Good quality.
Firm in the bowl but melts in the mouth without freezing mushy.
Pricey, though, for a 1.8L tub.
Morrison£1.59, 2L: With its no-frills packing, it doesn’t sound too exciting.
But the ice cream is deliciously creamy—far more than you’d expect at this price.
The only downside is that it takes a while to melt after freezing.
asda£1.50, 2 litres: Big bang for your money.
Flavors aren’t bad for the price but can be overly intense – chocolate being the best.
It takes some time to soften after solidification. But top value.
Add sprinkles or sauce for extra fun.
Iceland£1.70, 2 litres: Tastes delicious but a bit pricey compared to some competitors.
Chocolate impresses with a rich cocoa flavor.
Creamy vanilla also tastes like the real deal, though strawberry fails to match that well.