Deep'n Delicious® Coconut Cream Pie
- Cream (cream, milk, cellulose gel, carrageenan, cellulose gum)
- Wheat flour
- Graham flour
- Liquid whole egg
- Vegetable oil shortening
- Cream cheese product (milk ingredients, bacterial culture, salt, guar gum, locust bean gum)
- Sunflower oil
- Modified tapioca starch
- Toasted coconut (coconut, sugar)
- Rice starch
- Citrus fiber
- Hydrogenated coconut oil
- Microcrystalline cellulose
- Xanthan gum
- Cellulose gum
- Natural flavour
% Daily Value
% valeur quotidienne
|Calories / Calories 200|
|Fat / Lipides 14 g||22%|
|Cholesterol / Cholestérol 40 mg|
|Sodium / Sodium 80 mg||3%|
|Carbohydrate / Glucides 19 g||6%|
Fibre / Fibres 2 g
Sugars / sucres 11 g
|Protein / Protéines 1 g|
|Vitamin A / Vitamine A||10%|
|Vitamin C / Vitamine C||0%|
|Calcium / Calcium||2%|
|Iron / Fer||4%|
For a softer cold treat thaw for up to 30 minutes.
- Are your new cream
pies made with real dairy?
- Yes. Our new Deep'n
Delicious® cream pies are made with real Canadian dairy.
- Can I keep my McCain
frozen dessert in the refrigerator?
- Although you can use
the refrigerator to store your dessert product while it thaws, we do not
encourage the use of a refrigerator for long-term storage as it diminishes the
quality of the product. Refrigeration will result in melting of the cream pies
as they are made using real dairy.
- Can you tell me if my
McCain dessert is expired or too old to eat?
- Our Deep'n Delicious® cream pies can be stored in your freezer for up to 8 months after the production date.
A production date code is printed on the package of our desserts and tells us exactly when and where the product was made. You can find the production date code on the packaging. An example of a production date code is: F/4/02/15/ (F= McCain Code; 4=2014(last digit of the year); 02=Month (February); 15= Day of Month)
- What are the natural
flavours that you use in some of your dessert products?
- The natural flavours
that we use in our desserts are: vanilla, toffee, cream and coconut. Substances
obtained from plant and natural materials
are food derived – nothing artificial.