Ben & Jerry’s Adds Two New Flavors to Its Vegan Ice Cream Line
Both varieties are certified vegan, gluten-free, and tasty AF!
Every vegan’s favorite mainstream ice cream brand is at it again with the vegan options! This week, Ben & Jerry’s adds two new flavors to its vegan ice cream line—Non-Dairy Boom Chocolatta and Non-Dairy Bananas Foster.
Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Boom Chocolatta
Modeled after its dairy-based Boom Chocolatta Cookie Core flavor, Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Boom Chocolatta features a mocha and caramel vegan ice cream base with fudge flakes and gluten-free chocolate cookies mixed throughout. But that’s not all! In the middle of the pint is a vegan, gluten-free chocolate cookie core. Consider us mindblown!
Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Bananas Foster
This next flavor is inspired by the classic New Orleans dessert, bananas foster. The traditional treat is composed of bananas and vanilla ice cream, with a buttery brown sugar cinnamon sauce with a hint of dark rum and banana liqueur. In each pint of Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Bananas Foster, you’ll dig into a banana and cinnamon vegan ice cream base with almond toffee pieces, hints of brown sugar, and a salted caramel core. It’s epic!
“We know that people who choose non-dairy frozen desserts love variety. They want to avoid dairy and still have amazing taste. These two new non-dairy flavors will satisfy their cravings for something different and delicious,” said Dena Wimette, Head of Innovation at Ben & Jerry’s.
Vegan Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Pints
With the release of these two new flavors, the number of vegan Ben & Jerry’s ice cream pints in the US has risen to 18 in total—almost 40% of Ben & Jerry’s entire flavor lineup. Some of the other recent vegan flavors added to Ben & Jerry’s vegan ice cream line include Mint Chocolate Chance, The Tonight Dough, Americone Dream, Karamel Sutra Core, Phish Food, and Colin Kaepernick’s Change the Whirled.
Boom Chocolatta and Bananas Foster will be available in major retailers soon. To learn more, visit BenJerry.com/Flavors/Non-Dairy.
Allie is a writer, musical theatre performer, yoga instructor, and walking vegan restaurant directory. On any given day, you can catch her making tofu scramble, scouring Trader Joe’s for new plant-based products, or watching The Lizzie McGuire Movie! Visit her website at alexandrammitchell.com.
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