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Salty Caramel and Hazelnut

Salty Caramel and Hazelnut

Okay, so we might have mentioned the genius in simplicity idea about some of our other ice creams (like this one), but quite honestly, who wants to eat something plain when Really Posh Salty Caramel and Hazelnut ice cream exists? Yes, it’s as ridiculously over-the-top amazing as it sounds. Now, you probably shouldn’t just believe whatever websites say, especially about their own products, but no ice cream is better than this. Except if you are a chocoholic, which everyone at Oatly happens to be. So we have also developed a chocolate variation of this luxury ice cream. Very Fancy Double Chocolate Fudge, is what we decided to call it, mainly because it describes precisely what it is.


What’s amazing

This is really luxurious caramel ice cream with salty caramel sauce and candied hazelnuts. Nothing else to be said here.

What might be less amazing

This ice cream has fully-hydrogenated fat. If it didn’t, it wouldn’t be described as ice cream, but as its own unique category: runny product with salty caramel flavor and candied hazelnuts. To be precise, it is plant-based fully-hydrogenated fat that we use. But you probably already guessed that.

Salty Caramel and Hazelnut

Ingredients

Oat base (water, oats), sugar, glucose syrup, dextrose, rapeseed oil, hazelnuts, fully hydrogenated coconut- and rapeseed oil, coconut oil, corn starch, emulsifier (mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids), natural flavour, salt, stabilizer (locust bean gum, guar gum), colour (caramel) .
Contains: 6% hazelnuts.

Nutritional value

Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 1027 kJ/246 kcal
Fat 14 g
of which saturated 6,1 g
Carbohydrates 28 g
of which sugars 23 g
Fiber 1,1 g
Protein 1,4 g
Salt 0,33 g

Other

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?


Oats

Origin: Produced in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia

Oat base

Produced by Oatly in Landskrona, Sweden.

Sugar

Origin: Sweden.
Supplier: Nordic Sugar

Dextrose

Origin: EU.
Supplier: Roquette

Glucose syrup

Origin: Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Reppe

Hazelnuts

Origin: Turky, Spain, Italy.
Supplier: ASM/La Morella Nuts

Rapeseed oil

Origin: Sverige.
Supplier: AAK

Fully hydrogenated rapeseed oil-

Origin: Sweden.
Supplier: AAK

Coconut oil

Origin: Western Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia.
Supplier: AAK

Fully hydrogenated coconut oil

Origin: Western Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia.
Supplier: AAK

Corn starch

Origin: France, Hungary, USA
Supplier: ASM

Emulsifier (mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids)

Origin: EU.
Supplier: Swissgum AG

Stabilizer (locust bean gum)

Origin: Italy, Spain, Turkey.
Supplier: Swissgum AG

Stabilizer (guar gum)

Origin: India.
Supplier: Swissgum AG

Salt

Origin: Danmark.
Supplier: Akzo Nobel

Colour (caramel)

Origin: Germany.
Supplier: NordArom

Natural flavour

Origin: Sweden.
Supplier: ASM