Dairy-Free Ice Cream Mix
The best dairy-free frozen desserts start with the finest oat milk. Elmhurst® Unsweetened Oat Milk has one of the cleanest labels around. The cherry on top? No dairy, no gums, no gluten, no artificial anything.
Ingredients: Oatmilk (Filtered Water, Whole Grain Oats), Chickpea Milk (Filtered Water, Chickpea), Cane Sugar, Canola Oil, Coconut Oil, Natural Flavors, Sunflower Lecithin, Himalayan Pink Salt
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- Great Taste! Smooth, fresh-churned texture
- Made with the finest quality Elmhurst® Oat Milk - crafted with our patented HydroRelease™ method
- Works in any home ice-cream maker – Only 3 easy steps!
- 100% Dairy-Free, Vegan
- Non-GMO Project verified
- MORE BENEFITS
- No artificial flavors
- No gums or stabilizers
- Shelf-stable carton – Store in pantry & save freezer space!
- Customize to your heart’s desire
I just want to say all negative remarks should be checked under the faq section on this site. Elmhurst has taken the time to explain why each ingredient is used. This is an ALTERNATIVE ice cream. While I can understand requesting a sugar free version .. I wish people would choose there words in a little nicer manner in asking questions. Thank you Elmhurst for this plant based quick making fun ice cream alternative.
I had this at a party and it was excellent. Lots of trolls are on here triggered that a dessert contains sugar and fat, including oil. They should leave this vegan upstart alone. I’m sure that they don’t leave complaints on websites of McDonalds, Dairy Queen, etc.
Reading the reviews I think the ice cream would be wonderful, then I saw the sugar content and thought of maybe a sugar free option to be able to add our own sweetner. The first review I saw stated the exact same thing. By the way, all of you who are offended by the fact there are those who don't want the sugar need to ask why. There are people who cannot have sugar for many different reasons, but would love the healthy option to be able to add their own or have monk fruit or another sweetner in it. The option to be able to buy sweetened or unsweetened would be wonderful.
Just a thought after reading the reviews and the differing opinions on sugar. How about an unsweetened version and people can add their own sweetener of choice?
Thank you! I had this as a treat. I have multiple food allergies but i am anaphylactic to dairy and nuts - cashews and almonds as well, I HATE coconut ice cream This ice cream actually tastes and has the texture of real ice cream!!! I feel like a real human again