Dairy Free Ice Cream

Ben and Jerry's vegan ice cream is coming

Kings of the ice cream world, and of doing business differently, Ben and Jerry's have announced they are working on vegan ice cream flavours.

FARM (Farm Animal Rights Movement) - a charity organisation that works to end the use of animals in farming - has been badgering Ben and Jerry's in the wake of their annual free cone day which occurred on 14th April 2015. A slew of campaigners have been shown holding placards outside Ben and Jerry's establishments saying why they want vegan ice cream on the menu, and FARM has also been pushing the agenda on Twitter and via a petition.

Ben and Jerry's have responded though. And it's good news.

Yup, vegan Ben and Jerry's ice cream is on its way

Yup, vegan Ben and Jerry's ice cream is on its way

At this point there's no confirmation on what flavours will be veganised, or how long it'll be until we see vegan Ben and Jerry's on the shelves, but we hope to see some old favourites like Cookie Dough and Phish Food soon.

To support FARM's ongoing campaign to push for vegan options, check out http://demanddairyfree.com/ and sign their petition to Ben and Jerry's, which currently sits at over 21,000 signatures.

Vegan Blueberry Chocolate Hemp Ice Cream


Vegan Blueberry Chocolate Hemp Ice Cream

This no sugar protein-rich ice cream is fantastic if you're looking for a delicious way to get more protein in your diet. Each batch has 48g of protein for a mere 480 calories.


  • 350g of silken tofu
  • 200g of frozen blueberries
  • 30g of Chocolate Flavour Vegan Blend Protein Powder
  • 200g of soy yogurt
  • One teaspoon of almond essence (optional)
  • One teaspoon of vanilla extract (optional)


  1. Blend all ingredients together until smooth.
  2. From here either put in the freezer for 3 hours, stirring halfway through to avoid the edges freezing completely.
  3. Or place into ice cream machine for 10 minutes until the mixture reaches the consistency of ice cream or stops rotating.
  4. And you're done!