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Ben & Jerry’s Adds Two New Non-Dairy Flavors! Plus, How to Make Homemade Ice Cream


Good news comes from Ben & Jerry’s once again with the release of two new non-dairy flavors. These flavors, Peanut Butter Half Baked and Cinnamon Buns, join the seven other non-dairy flavors. Some might be confused by the release of ice cream products in the middle of winter, but we’re beyond excited to try out some tasty new treats!

“We wanted to bring the WOW factor to our fans for 2018,” said Craig Koskiniemi who helped create the dynamic lineup. “As a foodie at home AND at work, I’m inspired to come up with creative new combinations. These are guaranteed to keep the love of ice cream strong.”

Cinnamon Buns comes complete with cinnamon bun dough and a cinnamon streusel swirl!

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The Half Baked flavor is packed with fudge brownies and plenty of peanut butter cookie dough!

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Learn How to Make Homemade Ice Cream!

Making your own ice cream at home can be so much fun, especially because you can customize your ice cream however you please! To help you come up with some creative ideas, we found some of the best ice cream recipes from the Food Monster App. Check them out for inspiration and tips on how to make delicious homemade ice cream!

Mint Matcha Chip Ice Cream 

It is remarkable how easy making ice cream can be. In under 30 minutes, you can make this Mint Matcha Chip Ice Cream by Jennifer Harmon. All you need is some organic peppermint extract to create this tasty treat!

Blueberry Pie Ice Cream 

If you love pie and ice cream, you’re sure to enjoy this Blueberry Pie Ice Cream by Emma D’Alessandro. No matter if you maintain a plant-based diet or are paleo, you can make this recipe. Plus, there’s hardly any sweetener added! Instead, the recipe is sweetened with dates.

5-Ingredient Salted Caramel Ice Cream 

Making this 5-Ingredient Salted Caramel Ice Cream by Amy Lyons is so simple and easy. Just blend it up, freeze, and enjoy — no ice cream maker necessary. It has a rich and creamy coconut milk base that’s swirled with salty date caramel. Enjoy a bowl of this for dessert or try a scoop on top of a berry crisp.

Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 

This Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream by Clemence Moulaert is a great dessert to celebrate any occasion big or small. Luckily, the recipe is vegan and sugar-free!

Açaí Ice Cream 

Açaí berries are antioxidant powerhouses from the fruit of the palm tree, Euterpe oleracea, which grows in Central and South America. They have 10x the antioxidants of purple grapes and 2x the antioxidants of blueberries. So, if you make Açaí Ice Cream by Carri Pattison you’re sure to get the antioxidants you need all while enjoying a delicious dessert!

If you’re looking for more homemade ice cream recipes, check out 10 Chocolate Ice Cream Recipes That are Rich, Creamy, and Dairy-Free by downloading the Food Monster App, which is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to ten new recipes per day. Check it out!

Lead image source: Martin Good

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One comment on “Ben & Jerry’s Adds Two New Non-Dairy Flavors! Plus, How to Make Homemade Ice Cream”

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8 Months Ago

It\'s great that it\'s Vegan, but questionable with their link to "UNILEVER".Unilever does animal testing and their logo is place right next to the Vegan logo. What\'s with all the corn syrup in their ingredients. If they are charging alot of money for their ice cream. at least change the corn syrup for agave or something esle a little healthier. They got an F grade in www.foodfacts.com. There is a vegan ice cream that charges the same however a perentage goes to Mercy for Animals.


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