Mud Pie Decadent Dip (380 cal/24 g fat/36 g carbs) 9.5 ww pts
Cream, Non Fat Milk Solids, Natural Chocolate Cookie Crumb (Enriched Wheat Flour, Dehydrated Cane Juice, Organic Palm Shortening, Cocoa, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Unsweetened Chocolate, Soy Lecithin, Whey, Salt, Baking Soda), Coffee Flavor, Natural Graham Crumb, (Graham Flour, Unbleached Wheat Flour, Dehydrated Cane Juice, Corn Flour, Honey, Soybean Oil, Baking Soda) Fructose, Purified Water, Natural Vegetable Stabilizers (Guar Gum, Cellulose Gum, Carrageenan).
Coconut Oil, Powdered Sugar, Chocolate Liquor, Natural Vanilla Flavor, Lecithin, Salt Flour.
Allergen: Soy Ingredient (Lecithin), Dairy, Wheat
Glossary of Ingredient Terms
CAROB BEAN GUM:
A food additive derived from a seed that is used as a stabilizer and food thickener.
A highly valued food additive that is derived from Irish sea moss and used to control ice crystal growth in frozen products.
A food additive derived from plants and used as a thickener and/or to add texture in many processed foods. It occurs naturally in plants and is not absorbed during digestion.
COCOA (PROCESSED WITH ALKALI):
A cocoa powder that is milder, less acidic and darker than unprocessed cocoa. Also known as Dutch cocoa, this richer cocoa helps neutralize cocoa's natural acidity.
A thick, sweet syrup with a caramel flavor that inhibits crystallization.
CULTURED PASTEURIZED NONFAT MILK:
Milk that has been cultured for flavor and texture.
Fruit sugar that occurs naturally in fruit and some vegetables. It is sweeter than sucrose, (refined white sugar not used in Fruitfull®) even though it contains half of the calories. Unlike glucose, it can be used by diabetics! :)
A water-soluble dietary fiber that can lower blood pressure by modest amounts. Used as a thickening agent to help mix normally unmixable liquids; such as water and oil.
Also called milk sugar, this sugar occurs naturally in milk. It is the least sweet of all of the natural sugars.
The proteins, milk sugar, and minerals in milk.
ACTIVE YOGURT CULTURES:
Lactobacillus Bulgaricus is a bacteria that assists in lactose digestion.
A bacteria that can protect itself by producing special enzymes that can modify and inactivate some viruses.