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Mint Chip

Desserts - Mint Chip (473 mL)

Our frozen desserts aren’t altered versions of what you’d find in nature. They taste as close to the flavor name as we could get them and they got that way because we use natural flavors, not a bunch of synthetic flavorings. The amazing result here is a mint chip that tastes leafy green and remains fresh while its cooling sensation is fused into some dark, contrasty chocolate chips that are actually square — more like chocolate chunks, really — as it proudly refuses to resemble anything close to an after-dinner mint. And that was the intention. So, it’s probably worth noting that any super-dramatic copy you encounter on this page could be due the fact that this one is the web-writer-person’s favorite. But seriously, you should try it. Trust me.

What’s amazing

Everything is plant-based and vegan with natural flavors, so there’s nothing synthetic or animal-based here that might keep you from polishing off a pint after any rom-com-style break ups you encounter.

You can still retain your current standing as “a pretty patient person” because this treat won’t need to sit on the counter deciding whether or not it feels like being ready to scoop.

Our coconut oil. Yes, you may see it under “what might be less amazing” on some of our webpages as the source of saturated fat in our frozen desserts, but we actually think our coconut oil is amazing; it helps make our frozen dessert creamy and we think you’ll think that is amazing too. 

What might be less amazing

Since you’ve surely read all our other frozen dessert webpages from beginning to end (like everyone does these days), you already know this product has saturated fat and a little stabilizer mixed in. If it didn’t, it wouldn’t be described as a non-dairy frozen dessert but as its own unique category: runny product with natural mint flavor and dark chocolate chips. To be precise, it is plant-based saturated fat that we use. But you probably already knew that, too.

Desserts - Mint Chip (473 mL)


Oat Milk (Water, Oats (8.2%)), Chocolate Chips (12%) (Sugar, Cocoa Mass, Cocoa Butter), Vegetable Oil (Coconut, Rapeseed), Sugar, Dextrose, Dried Glucose Syrup, Emulsifier (Mono- and Diglycerides of Fatty Acids), Vegetable Gum (Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum), Natural Flavour, Sea Salt. Chocolate chips contain 52% cocoa solids.

Nutritional value

Nutrition information, avg. quantity per 100 g:
Energy 1060 kJ/254 Cal
Protein 1.3 g
Fat, total 15.2 g
of which saturated 9.2 g
Carbohydrates 27.2 g
of which sugars 22.0 g
Dietary fibre 1.5 g
Sodium 36 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

Chocolate Chip

Origin: USA
Supplier: CQC

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