Introducing Ben and Jerry’s Non-Dairy “Ice Cream”
Be one in a million.
Ben & Jerry’s of Burlington, Vermont recently started making “ice cream” with almond milk instead of dairy products which has shoppers scavenging for pints that give new meaning to the word “ice cream.” Dairy-free, vegan, non-GMO, and Fair Trade certified, Ben & Jerry’s new frozen desserts are disappearing off the freezer shelves as fast as they can be restocked.
Creamy and rich, Ben & Jerry’s non-dairy “ice cream” is everything we expect in a Ben & Jerry’s frozen dessert: a traditional flavored “ice cream” blended with chunks – brownies, chocolate cookies, and fudge – and swirls of caramel or peanut butter.
- Chunky Monkey: banana ice cream with fudge chunks and walnuts
- Coffee Caramel Fudge: coffee ice cream with fudge chunks and caramel swirls
- P.B. & Cookies: vanilla ice cream with chocolate sandwich cookies and crunchy peanut butter swirls
- Chocolate Fudge Brownie: chocolate ice cream with fudge brownies
Distributed nationwide at grocery stores, Ben & Jerry’s pints sell for about $5.69 a pint. If these pints are not in the freezer section of your local grocery store, check with customer service. The Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops will also be carrying these non-dairy frozen desserts.Images courtesy of Ben & Jerry’s.
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