A Plant-Based Ice Cream Full of Flavor

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For those of us who live vegan, plant-based life, we love many things about it. We’re doing better for our planet, keeping our world’s animals healthy and safe, and experiencing the health benefits of cutting meat, eggs, and dairy from our lives.

However, some of us looking into switching to a plant-based lifestyle may have some reservations and concerns about making the switch. One of the biggest things holding meat-eaters back from changing over to a plant-based lifestyle is the concern of flavor. How do you find your favorite foods in a plant-based form that tastes good and flavorful?

Here’s where you can find the best plant-based ice cream, whether you’ve been a vegan for a long time in search of actually tasty ice cream or you’re making that change.

What Does Plant-Based Ice Cream Taste Like?

Well, in the simplest terms, the best plant-based ice creams taste exactly like your favorite ice cream. When you want to stay in the realm of your favorite classics, plant-based vanilla ice cream should taste exactly like the real thing. For chocolate, you may be wondering if they can make chocolate ice cream taste like your regular old favorite, but rest assured, the best vegan ice cream is flavorful and rich, just like the original.

But plant-based ice cream can come in a wide variety of flavors, too. From a delicious golden cookie butter flavor to a coffee chocolate chunk, plant-based brand Eclipse offers those and more.

There are also more gourmet, unconventional flavors that you would probably not try as regular dairy ice creams. You can try a frozen take on Thai iced tea, miso, maple, sesame, candy crunch, and even sweet corn sesame fennel brittle (try saying that five times fast). You can get more experimental with this plant-based brand than you can with regular ice cream.

How Does it Taste So Good?

Okay, all that sounds fine and dandy, but what do they even put in non-dairy ice cream to make it flavorful and delicious? Glad you asked.

Since a vegan diet is mainly based on a deep sense of caring for our planet, plant-based ice cream manufacturers like to keep healthy, wholesome ingredients. You’ll find organic cane sugar, vanilla and coffee extracts, organic fruits, and even an alternative protein blend made from potato protein (yes, you read that right) and tapioca starches supporting all those extra tasty flavors. Of course, there is some cocoa powder in the chocolate flavors because how else are you going to get chocolate?

Even though there are no dairy or animal products in these plant-based ice creams, be careful if you have allergies because they are made in a facility that also makes products with milk, eggs, and tree nuts.

Which Ice Cream is the Tastiest?

The most delicious plant-based ice cream is the one that appeals to you the most. You can spend some time sampling different flavors and brands until you find one that is the most flavorful. If you’re new to vegan ice cream, beware that some out there aren’t as tasty as others, so don’t give up just because the first ice cream you try isn’t to your liking.

You’re probably going to go through some trial and error before you find the ones that are the best for you. Just remember that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to get a tasty ice cream that rivals your old-school favorites’ flavor. Knowing that you’re helping the planet and its inhabitants will always make your ice cream taste all the better.

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