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Dairy-Free Milk Brand Oatly Now Does Ice Cream and OMG

Dairy-Free Milk Brand Oatly Now Does Ice Cream and OMG

Spoons at the ready, people.

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Hand-churned. Gelato-style. Organic. When it comes to ice cream, we've come a long way from a single scoop of bog-standard vanilla. In a crowded market, it's hard to stand out from the crowd.

Step up Swedish oat-whisperers Oatly, who now do an oh-so-delicious line in dairy-free ice cream.

Hazelnut Swirl (
Oatly)

Already loved for their tasty oat-based alternative to milk - which grabbed all the 2018 headlines with those "it's like milk, but made for humans" captions - the brand has extended its range with three flavours of creamy-tasting, dairy-free ice cream.

With veganism rocketing, from Pret's vegan branches to the vegan supermarket ranges offered by the likes of Waitrose, it's a good time to try out plant-based alternatives.

And don't worry, Oatly's ice creams are everything you want in a dessert - indulgent, comforting and crammed with lip-smacking flavour combos.

Now to the important business of the flavours, which are Chocolate Fudge, Hazelnut Swirl and Salted Caramel. Where's the drool emoji when we need it?

Chocolate Fudge (
Oatly)

In our expert culinary opinion, all three icy editions are best enjoyed straight from the tub with a spoon, or combined into a killer sundae. Don't skip the sauce and sprinkles.

With a salty caramel ripple running through the smoothest vanilla ice cream, Salted Caramel is the perfect blend of sweet-and-salted flavours. "There's something slightly magical about the flavour and texture and creaminess of this ice cream," say Oatly.

Chocolate fudge, meanwhile, is stuffed with divine fudge bites, while Hazelnut Swirl is dotted with sweet candied hazelnuts. "No ice cream is better," say Oatly. Bold, but we like the confidence.

Salted Caramel (
Oatly)

To get Oatly's ice cream flavours off shelves and into your freezer - where, let's be honest, they really belong - head to selected Tesco stores across the country from 28th October. Each tub costs a wallet-friendly £4.50.

Spoons at the ready, people.

Featured Image Credit: Oatly

Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, ice cream