Vegan Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough ice cream is finally here

Vegan products keep getting better – the Gregg’s sausage roll, KFC Imposter burger and even Ikea meatballs have gone plant-based.

Ben & Jerry’s jumped on the non-dairy bandwagon in 2017 but one popular flavour has been missing.

Cookie Dough has been one of the brands most popular flavours since it launched in 1991.

Vegans or those avoiding dairy have had to miss out on the ice cream filled with pieces of dough – but it’s finally here.

New Cookies on Cookie Dough tub is a smooth caramel non-dairy ice cream made with almonds, vegan cookie dough chunks, chocolatey chunks and a cookie swirl. Sounds great, right?

The new vegan cookie dough chunks have been created by B-Corp Rhino Foods, the same people behind the original beloved Cookie Dough flavour.

Cookies on Cookie Dough joins three other non-dairy flavours – Peanut Butter & Cookies, Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Coconutterly Caramel’d.

Ben & Jerry’s Flavour Guru, Priscille Moussy said: ‘Our classic Cookie Dough tub was concocted for people who know the joy (and the temptation!) of sneaking a bite or two of cookie dough before it makes it into the oven, which got us thinking… Why should our vegan fans have to miss out?

‘We’ve been working hard, with our friends at Rhino, to create a vegan cookie dough that really stands up to the original. I think we nailed it.’

Cookies on Cookie Dough rolls will be available in stores nationwide from late September, with a recommended retail price of £6.

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