Salt & Straw Releases 5 New Vegan Ice Cream Flavors for January
The Dairy-Free Decadence Series is available in stores and online for nationwide shipping for all of January.
In honor of Veganuary, Portland-based ice cream shop Salt & Straw is offering five new vegan flavors!
Salt & Straw Drops New Vegan January Menu
Salt & Straw has always been a vegan-friendly ice cream shop. The brand frequently offers sorbet and select non-dairy options throughout the year. In honor of Veganuary, however, Salt & Straw has dropped an entirely vegan January line: Dairy-Free Decadence.
The Dairy-Free Decadence lineup includes five flavors that will be available for the entire month of January. These include Bananas Foster, Chocolate Sorbet, Toasted Oat Milk & Cookies, Peanut Butter Brittle Caramel Fudge, and Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting.
All flavors can be enjoyed at one of Salt & Straw’s several scoop shops across the West Coast or in Miami or North Carolina. Additionally, the vegan flavors are available in pints for nationwide shipping or for local delivery.
Vegan Options at Salt & Straw
Salt & Straw makes small-batch ice cream and is frequently changing up its menu. The brand is constantly adding new flavors, and its vegan options are always up to par. While the Dairy-Free Decadence series is only available for the month of January, there will always be a vegan option or two no matter what location you visit.
Currently, the vegan options vary by location and include flavors like Marionberry Sorbet and Freckled Mint Chocolate Chip. Salt & Straw’s vegan holiday option—The Great Cookie Escape—is still available at some locations and is filled with chocolate almond bark and snickerdoodle, molasses, and marionberry cookies in a thick coconut cream base.
And if you’re looking for a big bite of veganized nostalgia, make sure to grab a scoop of Double Bubble Toil & Trouble for a loaded version of your favorite bubble gum ice cream.
For more information about Salt & Straw and its newest Dairy-Free Decadence series, visit SaltAndStraw.com.
Cayla has been writing for VegOut since 2020 and has been plugged into the LA vegan food scene since Veggie Grill was pretty much the only vegan restaurant in the city. Aside from writing articles, Cayla enjoys embracing their inner 85-year-old by listening to classical music, making playlists for their friends, and staying active through swimming, hiking, cycling, and yoga. In their free time, Cayla likes writing poetry, learning about outdoor survival and alternative lifestyles, and is always searching for the best loaf of sourdough bread.
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