Dairy free Ben and Jerry's peanut butter cookie and chunky monkey £1.38 in Sainsbury's Ings Road Wakefield
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Dairy free Ben and Jerry's peanut butter cookie and chunky monkey £1.38 in Sainsbury's Ings Road Wakefield

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LocalFound 15th Feb
Cheap for those with allergies, think the milk they use is either almond or coconut.
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Ooohhhh Sweet ... Heat
Heat added - I noticed these reduced to £2 in my local Iceland...
is it store specific ? these a really nice
These are really good; dairy free or not. Great deal!
This isn’t the kind of post I need to see after joining Slimming World yesterday! this is a super price
They're also starting to pop up in waitrose, but at full price £5.50
I caved the other day and bought the only flavor I could find: peanut butter. I didn't really enjoy it

When I was in the states I had the brownie and the chunky monkey and they're both much better

I just wish they could figure out a way to do chocolate Christmas chip cookie dough in non dairy
If these are aimed at people and kids with allergies why put nuts in, or are they fake nuts.?
Adonis210 m ago

If these are aimed at people and kids with allergies why put nuts in, or …If these are aimed at people and kids with allergies why put nuts in, or are they fake nuts.?


Primary candidate is vegans/cruelty free champions avoiding dairy. Has exploded in the last year or two. (look at the milk alternatives now!)

B&J very late to the party if anything.
Edited by: "afly" 16th Feb
Adonis25 m ago

If these are aimed at people and kids with allergies why put nuts in, or …If these are aimed at people and kids with allergies why put nuts in, or are they fake nuts.?


Who said they were for people with allergies?
They are for Soy Boys
poulan1 h, 6 m ago

They are for Soy Boys


triggered much?
brilliant flavour, love these ones
I’ve been vegan for a few months now and have to say I’m not a fan of these. There are FAR better dairy free ice creams out there in my opinion.

Cashews replicate the flavour of cows milk more so than almond, I don’t understand why they chose the latter, marketing maybe?
geefiasco20 m ago

I’ve been vegan for a few months now and have to say I’m not a fan of the …I’ve been vegan for a few months now and have to say I’m not a fan of these. There are FAR better dairy free ice creams out there in my opinion.Cashews replicate the flavour of cows milk more so than almond, I don’t understand why they chose the latter, marketing maybe?


Which ones are better in your opinion? I really miss ice cream!
wadeywilson124 m ago

Which ones are better in your opinion? I really miss ice cream!


Booja-Booja is supreme. Healthiest ice cream on the market with minimal organic natural ingredients. Guilt free even if you eat the whole tub as the calories aren’t horrendous, but it’s quite expensive at around £5.99 a tub.

Valsoia’s ice creams and gelato’s are as smooth as they get, very luxurious, but not the healthiest and not widely available.

You can get the two brands I mentioned above from Ocado, but if you shop at the usual big 4 supermarkets then go for Swedish Glace - it’s a plain ice cream in various different flavours.
geefiasco1 m ago

Booja-Booja is supreme. Healthiest ice cream on the market with minimal …Booja-Booja is supreme. Healthiest ice cream on the market with minimal organic natural ingredients. Guilt free even if you eat the whole tub as the calories aren’t horrendous, but it’s quite expensive at around £5.99 a tub.Valsoia’s ice creams and gelato’s are as smooth as they get, very luxurious, but not the healthiest and not widely available.You can get the two brands I mentioned above from Ocado, but if you shop at the usual big 4 supermarkets then go for Swedish Glace - it’s a plain ice cream in various different flavours.


Excellent thanks! Haven't had ice cream this year. It was my go to treat
Found these at any other locations?
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