This autumn Bubbies Homemade Ice Cream & Desserts is bringing back a seasonal treat: the Pumpkin mochi. Additionally, the brand’s lineup is being extended with a new Salted Caramel mochi ice cream option.
Like all its products, the new bite-sized mochi are gluten-free, created with kosher dairy and contain no rbst (a type of artificial growth hormone that increases milk production) or genetically modified ingredients. The varieties contain 100 calories or less, which is nearly two-thirds fewer calories than a traditional slice of pumpkin pie.
“We create truly authentic flavor experiences that bring to life the aspects of pumpkin pie that people love, down to the perfectly-spiced ice cream filling. Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream uses the highest quality of ingredients and made to require less powdery flour on the outside than other brands – we’re delivering a truly premium treat. This is one of those seasonal snacks that was made to be offered in pumpkin flavor,” said Rick Schaffer, CEO of Bubbies Ice Cream.
Limited-edition Pumpkin is sold at select grocery stores with a USD6.99 per retail box. Both Pumpkin and Salted Caramel are available in self-serve coolers throughout the U.S. for UD2.00 per piece.
Later this year, Bubbies will re-introduce fan-favorite winter mochi flavors, including Chocolate Eggnog, Gingerbread, and Peppermint Candy.