Ben & Jerry’s have supplied vegans with four ice-cream options, all made with almond milk: P.B. Cookies, Coffee Caramel Fudge, Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Chunky Monkey!
The New York Post went to go give them a try; here’s their honest feedback:
Chocolate Fudge Brownie:
What could be bad about chocolate ice cream with fudge brownies from the Yonkers-based Greyston Bakery? Turns out — a lot. This flavor tastes more like a frozen Slim Fast than a Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. The texture is closer to gelato. It needs a serious bump in the chocolate flavors.
A whole lot of banana ice cream with some fudge chunks and walnut pieces. This tastes like the original on a diet with 30 less calories, but four more grams of fat.
Coffee Caramel Fudge:
Tastes like a decadent caramel latte — without the milk. The coffee base is smooth and strong, but not overpowering — and is sweetened by caramel swirls and chunks of chocolate. Tasty, but not delicious.
A taste-bud trifecta of a creamy vanilla base swirled with chunky peanut butter and large pieces of Oreo-style cookies. It was the top choice among nearly all the tasters as it was not only flavorful, it also was the most like real ice cream.
Overall, they gave some good reviews! But you definitely have to go try it for yourself!