Ben and Jerry’s Launches Vegan Menu

Enjoy the new Ben & Jerry’s vegan line for all those who want to cut down on dairy or are living a vegan lifestyle. They are just as delicious as normal ice cream and have the most drool-worthy flavors. 

Jhoana Carla de Toro
Jhoana Carla de Toro

Updated: 07 December 2018

Who says vegans can’t enjoy ice cream? Thanks to Ben & Jerry’s, even those who avoid dairy can now relish all the great things that ice cream brings. The ice cream giant has just released its limited-edition vegan menu at its Scoop Shop in Soho. Their new menu includes brownies, shakes, and cookies full of swirls and chunks, but minus the cow. The goodies list, although devoid of dairy, is delicious and creamy, you wouldn’t be able to tell the difference with every bite.

The launch of the new vegan menu coincided with World Vegan Day on the 1st of November and is made up of four treats which will surely be a hit for vegans everywhere.

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Cookie Sandwich

The cookie sandwich has the chocolatiest and chunkiest Maple and Chocolate Chip vegan cookie in the market today. You can select any Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy ice cream for your little piece of heaven with every bite.

 

These take place at Tivoli Gardens until the end of December. Notably, there’s an entry fee to pay too, but it’s worth it.

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Brownie Special Sundae

The Brownie Special Sundae is made up of vegan chocolate, and cherry brownie, Chunky Monkey ice cream, and Non-Dairy Chocolate Fudge Brownie topped with whipped cream and vegan chocolate sauce.

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Cookie Cookie Sundae

If you are a cookie and sundae fanatic, then the Cookie Cookie Sundae will delight you to no end. It combines Peanut Butter and Cookies ice cream with Maple and Chocolate Chip vegan cookies, topped with generous amounts of whipped cream and vegan chocolate sauce.

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Very Vegan Shake

Made from vegan brownies are crafted and baked by London’s Luminary Bakery, this shake is finished with a generous layer of vegan whipped cream and chocolate sauce and a splash of almond dairy.

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Aside from being healthier options, all baked goods included in the menu are made by Luminary Bakery, a company that supports disadvantaged women in the city. Luminary Bakery offers skills training, as well as paid employment, so not only will you be filling your tummy, you will also be doing your part in helping women.

Search for restaurants, cafes and bars for your next travel destination on www.vegefied.com

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