Vegan ice cream tastes more and more like regular ice cream and is no longer sought after only by those who do not consume animal products thanks to a growing variety of creamy bases made from fruit, as well as more interesting flavors.
This new type of ice cream is also sought after by vegetarians and health-conscious meat eaters.
Different manufacturers have ventured into flavors and techniques to satisfy the growing group of consumers in this period of high demand.
In its early days, most dairy-free ice cream varieties were soy-based, but now it tastes almost like regular ice cream thanks to a new vegan cuisine. In the past decade, a number of companies — from small startups to large ones have jumped on the bandwagon.
Vegan alternatives have become a category that is on the rise in the country's ice cream parlors. And although at first glance it seems that this group is made up only of fruit ice creams, different ventures have ventured into other flavors and techniques to satisfy this growing group of consumers in this period of high demand for these products.
That's thanks in part to people who eat meat and who now want to avoid dairy or simply make healthier choices like sherbet, which because it's made of water seems like the natural substitute.
While bananas are a popular base for vegan ice cream, so are nut butters, rice, soy, and even hemp milk. Whatever the base, the texture and the quality of the ingredients are resulting in more popular products.
The great challenge for ice cream masters is precisely to achieve a consistency similar to traditional ice cream, but avoiding components of animal origin.
AussieBlends® offers a tremendous lactose-free cream, shall be mixed with Coconut Milk, Almond Milk, Rice Milk, Soy Milk, or Dairy. Crafted for liquid Nitrogen, Rolled Ice cream, and Soft Serve machines have become a preferred vegan mix among ice cream lovers.