Breyers introduces a new layered ice cream dessert perfect for Fall

Breyers Caramel Apple Pie. Image courtesy Breyers.
Breyers Caramel Apple Pie. Image courtesy Breyers. /

Breyers introduces their newest Layered Dessert for Fall

Breyers knows how to deliver a decadent dessert that is packed with flavor and originality. And their latest offering is a new addition to their Layered Dessert line that is perfect for Fall.

When it comes to guilty eats, ice cream is always a go-to, and Breyers is definitely one of the brands I gravitate towards. Not only is it made with high quality cream and milk, but they always seem to deliver when it comes to delicious flavors.

With their latest offering, Breyers brings the flavors of Fall in one of their Layered Desserts!

Breyers introduces the Caramel Apple Pie Layered Dessert

For a limited time only, fans of the ice cream brand can snag a carton of Caramel Apple Pie Layered Dessert, which features a creamy vanilla flavor that is then layered with pieces of real apples, as well as shortbread pie pieces and of course a creamy caramel frozen dessert. Basically this is like getting a slice of caramel apple pie topped with ice cream, only all the flavors are in the form of an ice cream.

According to the press email we received about the launch of this new apple pie inspired ice cream, this flavor will be available at retailers nationwide from now until December. This means that you definitely have some time to give this dessert a try, but you won’t want to wait too long, as it will vanish by the end of 2020.

At $3.99 for a container that is 1.5 quarts, you get plenty to enjoy at a great price. And yes, I can’t wait to get my hands on this Caramel Apple Pie Layered Dessert, as it sounds like some of my favorite tastes of Fall.

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Have you seen this new dessert from Breyers in a store near you yet? Are you going to give this new flavor in the Layered Dessert line a try? Tell us what you think in the comments.