When Gabriel Wolff was seventeen years old, he was diagnosed with celiac disease and dairy intolerance. Not willing to give up ice cream, he set off to discover the perfect substitute. When he could not find one, he developed one. It took five years of care and research for him to create Wink Frozen Desserts. Wink Frozen Desserts was specifically created for those like Wolff who cannot enjoy ice cream because of dietary restrictions. Wolff’s ice cream is free of fat, sugar, gluten, soy, nuts, diary, and eggs, and is only 100 calories a pint (that’s 25 calories per serving!). Now, the delicious flavor and joy that comes from eating ice cream can be shared with everyone in your family!
From the Mouth of a Kid:
It’s my favorite dessert! I wish I could have it all day long!
From the Eyes of a Parent:
There are so many advantages to Wink Frozen Desserts. It is allergen-free, so even though my child has allergies, he can still have a tasty treat with the rest of the family. It’s also great for the rest of my family because we can still enjoy the same taste and creaminess that comes from dairy based ice cream without the calories or artificial flavors.
Ice cream flavors include:
- Cake Batter
- Cinnamon Bun
- Iced Latte
The Icing on the Cake:
Wink Frozen Desserts are vegan, fat-free, gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, diary-free, and egg-free. They contain no sugar and are sweetened with all-natural, zero-calorie sweeteners, such as stevia and monk fruit extract.
Mix It Up!
Place a scoop into a blender with your favorite smoothie ingredients for an extra special chilly treat!
The Creative Kitchen™, LLC, teaches children about food and how to cook in a fun, safe, and educational manner. Targeting families with children ages two to teen, the company focuses on teaching, writing creative content and curriculum, special events, recipe development, spokesperson work, webisode production and consulting to present educational and entertaining content through food-related activities. The founder, Cricket Azima, is an expert in cooking for and with children. She inspires kids to express themselves creatively through food and cooking, while complementing lessons with traditional educational material such as social studies, math, arts, science, and more. Visit www.thecreativekitchen.com for more information.