So Delicious has just released a line of dairy-free, oat milk-based frozen desserts.  
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In the wake of oat milk pandemonium comes the best alt milk news of 2019 thus far—we are getting oat milk ice cream! Dairy-free pioneer, So Delicious, just announced the release of their latest line on Instagram yesterday. Their “oatmilk frozen desserts” are currently in select stores, but will go nationwide in the coming months.

The frozen desserts come in three flavors: Peanut Butter and Raspberry, Oatmeal Cookie, and Caramel Apple Crumble. Each serving (2/3 cup) ranges between 230-250 calories. These flavors also have between 8-10g of saturated fat and 20-25g of sugar per serving, so they should certainly be considered an occasional indulgence instead of a vegan health food.

So Delicious has been bringing dairy-free alternatives to the market for over 30 years, and more companies are starting to follow suit. Major ice cream brands—such as Ben & Jerry’s, Haagen-Dazs, and Magnum—have all released non-dairy lines of frozen desserts. Vegan Magnum ice cream bars just launched in the U.S. yesterday, in classic and almond flavors, giving dairy-free consumers the opportunity to relish the iconic vanilla ice cream in a crunchy chocolate shell.

Looking for the latest in dairy-free product news?

While you’re waiting for oat milk ice cream to grace the shelves of your local grocery store, we have several suggestions for our favorite non-dairy ice cream options to check out in the meantime. Or you can try making your own—we promise this dairy-free Almond Joy ice cream recipe won’t disappoint.