A pack shot of Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream sitting on a kitchen bench.

Review Of Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream 473ml

The best ice cream labels like Haagen-Dazs deliver superior quality, but they cost more. Australian shoppers can now visit Woolworths to get a range of private label pints providing a taste of luxury without breaking the bank.

This review looks at Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream in a 473ml tub. I’ll look at the good, the bad, and reveal if it deserves a spot in your freezer.

A line of Woolworths ice cream pints on a kitchen countertop.
The full Woolworths range of pints.

Is the ice cream any good?

Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream offers excellent value for money. The ice cream is creamy and easy to scoop, with a subtle flavour most will enjoy.

Ribbons of raspberry ripple mix deliciously with the nutty-flavoured ice cream. It makes up 11% of the container, so you won’t struggle to find it.

Closeup of a scoop of Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup and Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream resting on the top of the tub.
The peanut butter and raspberry combo is excellent.

Peanut butter cups lie hidden in the tub, awaiting discovery. They’re a good size and quantity to keep peanut butter lovers more than happy.

This ice cream is delicious, but keep in mind it’s main ingredient is water. Most other pint-sized ice creams use higher quantities of milk and cream. The Woolworths option lacks the smooth texture and rich dairy flavour profile associated with its higher-priced competitors.

Top down photo showing partly eaten container of Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream by Woolworths.
It’s not hard to find the peanut butter cups.


  • Delicious peanut butter cups.
  • The ice cream has a moreish texture.
  • A cheap alternative to other pint-size tubs.


  • Long ingredients list with water as the biggest component.

What other flavours are available in the Woolworths 473ml range?

Other ice cream tubs in this range include:

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A bowl filled with Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream with the pack in the background.
This is one of five variants in the premium range.

What alternatives are there in supermarkets?

Ben & Jerry’s Topped PB Over The Top 436ml: Ben & Jerry’s PB Over The Top ice cream features chocolate ice cream mixed with peanut butter swirls and peanut butter cups. It is topped with mini peanut butter cups and a chocolatey ganache.

An isolated bowl of Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple.
It’s closest competitor is made by Ben & Jerry’s.


The primary ingredient in this tub is water. The main dairy components are cream and/or butter, and milk solids.

  • Raspberry Jelly Ripple makes up 11% of the ice cream.
  • Peanut Butter Cups make up 7% of the ice cream.

Ingredient list: Water, Cream (Milk) and/or Butter (Milk), Sugar, Milk Solids, Raspberry Jelly Ripple (11%) (Water, Glucose Syrup, Sugar, Thickener (1442), Carrageenan, Concentrated Raspberry Juice (7%), Natural Flavour, Food Acid (Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate), Natural Colour (Anthocyanins)), Peanut Butter Cups (7%) (Sugar, Peanuts, Coconut Oil, Milk Solids, Cocoa Powder (1), Peanut Oil, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Natural Flavour), Glucose Syrup (Wheat), Emulsifiers (471, 477), Vegetable Gums (Guar Gum, Locust Bean Gum), Natural Colour, Natural Flavour.

Milk fat

Milk fat plays a vital role in the texture and mouthfeel of ice cream. More of it results in a creamier, smoother texture associated with superior products.

Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple ice cream contains 10% milk fat. That’s higher than most family-pack ice creams like Peters or Streets Blue Ribbon but lower than brands like Murray Street and Haagen-Dazs.

A hand hoding a container of Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream 473ml.
It’s got 10% milk fat.

Nutrition information

No ice cream is good for you, so eat it in moderation. Woolworths Peanut Butter Cup Raspberry Ripple has 6.1g of saturated fat per 100g and 25.8g of sugar.

Servings per package: 5
Serving size: 60g

 Quantity Per ServingQuantity Per 100ml
Fat, Total6.8g11.3g
Dietary Fibre

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