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Desserts - Chocolate (473 mL)

This one deploys a bold chocolate flavor that lets you know at first spoonful that it would like to extend a hand and make a proper introduction. To be slightly more specific, Joakim — our product development lead — says it tastes like a frozen creamy ganache of chocolate, without any malty/chocolate milk powder distractions. And that’s straight from the guy who created it, not website-writer-person marketing hype. So when you taste it, feel free to whisper “Thank you, Joakim” or, you know, whatever feels natural.

What’s amazing

Take the carton out of the freezer and start scooping away. Yes, the “sitting out on the counter” step has been innovated out of the vegan frozen dessert equation. Welcome to the future. (Pretty sure Joakim had something to do with this, too.)

A list of the non-amazing things a product doesn’t contain will, by the laws of marketing speak, end up in the “what’s amazing” section. Like this: No dairy, no nuts, no soy, and no gluten, non-GMO.

What might be less amazing

So we think it is less amazing that the laws of the land say we have to call this product “non-dairy frozen dessert” which is a pretty vague and slightly ridiculous name when you know what it is, and we know you know what it is, and once you taste this vegan, cold and creamy, um, “non-dairy frozen dessert” made from oats, you’ll find that the words you-know-what just naturally appear in your brain, leading you to call it by its rightful but highly illegal name anyway. It’s cool though, we’ll go with vegan “non-dairy frozen dessert,” but we just wanted to address the “large gray mammal” in the room and let everyone know we know you know we know what this stuff really is.

We only use what we really need to and we are proud of all our ingredients. For instance, without stabilizers/emulsifiers, the coconut oil and water would separate and you would not be here reading about a non-dairy frozen dessert on this webpage; in fact, this webpage wouldn’t even exist. How sad for everyone.

Desserts - Chocolate (473 mL)


Oat Milk (Water, Oats (8.7%)), Vegetable Oil (Coconut, Rapeseed), Sugar, Dextrose, Dried Glucose Syrup, Cocoa Powder (3%), Emulsifier (Mono- and Di-glycerides of Fatty Acids), Vegetable Gum (Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum), Sea Salt.

Nutritional value

Nutrition information, avg. quantity per 100 g:
Energy 859 kJ/206 Cal
Protein 1.5 g
Fat, total 11.0 g
of which saturated 7.2 g
Carbohydrates 24.3 g
of which sugars 18.5 g
Dietary fibre 1.7 g
Sodium 45 mg


Vegan ice cream is not healthier just because it is plant-based. And this ice cream is just as unhealthy as any other ice cream. That's why it's good, as is usually the case with unhealthy stuff. That thing about fruit being like nature’s candy? Nobody really bought that.

What about gluten? Read more!

Where do the ingredients come from?


Origin: USA and Canada
Supplier: Grain Millers

Cacoa Powder

Origin: West Africa
Supplier: Olam

Oil blend

Origin: Coconut oil from Indonesia or Philippines; Rapeseed oil from Sweden
Supplier: AAK


Origin: Colombia, Mexico, Guatemala, EU
Supplier: Redpath


Origin: Mexico
Supplier: Caldic

Glucose Syrup

Origin: USA
Supplier: Caldic

Mono- and diglycerides

Origin: Canada
Supplier: Kerry
Derived from rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, or RSPO-certified sustainable palm.

Locust Bean Gum

Origin: Canada
Supplier: Kerry

Guar Gum

Origin: Canada
Supplier: Kerry

Sea salt

Origin: USA
Supplier: Caldic
Supplier: Cargill