Vegan Ice Cream Cakes Are Available at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops

Sarah Von Alt|
April 27, 2018
Vegan Ice Cream Cakes Are Available at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops

The world just got a little better. Turns out, you can get a totally vegan ice cream cake at some Ben & Jerry’s scoop shops. After a bit of digging (and making a ton of calls to different store locations), I discovered that while not all locations can provide a vegan frosting option (frosting sometimes contains egg whites), many do or are willing to accommodate vegan requests with a little extra notice.

*Be sure to skip the fillings, as they contain dairy and eggs.

Ben & Jerry’s, one of the first major companies to expand into dairy-free territory, offers nine mouthwatering vegan flavors made with creamy almond milk, meaning that 20 percent of the company’s offerings are now dairy-free! Here’s a quick rundown of the company’s dairy-free flavors available at stores across America, Canada, and the U.K.:

  • Chunky Monkey: Banana-flavored ice cream with walnuts and chunks of dark chocolate
  • Coconut Seven Layer Bar: Swirls of graham cracker, walnuts, fudge chunks, and caramel!
  • P.B. and Cookies: Delicious Oreo cookies smashed with vanilla ice cream and peanut butter swirls
  • Coffee Caramel Fudge: Coffee-flavored ice cream with fudge chunks and caramel swirls
  • Cherry Garcia: A classic mix of delicious fudge flakes and cherries!
  • Chocolate Fudge Brownie: Chocolatey almond-milk ice cream with chunks of fudge brownie
  • Caramel Almond Brittle: Brimming with salted caramel swirls and pieces of almond brittle!
  • Peanut Butter Half Baked: Loaded with brownie fudge bites and peanut butter cookie dough
  • Cinnamon Buns: Cinnamon-flavored ice cream with cinnamon bun dough and cinnamon streusel swirls

Don’t live near a scoop shop or can’t get an ice cream cake at the location near you? Give this drool-worthy recipe a try!

As more people discover the animal cruelty and vast environmental destruction inherent in animal agriculture, they’re cutting back on animal products or quitting them altogether in favor of plant-based foods.

Click here for more information on ditching dairy for good.

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