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  1. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Ben & Jerry’s may be the first thing I have after my competition. Extra PB. Well, the second thing. Wine is obviously first.

    Those So Delicious bars ARE delicious. The no-sugar added ones are fabulous too. Really.

  2. leaf (the indolent cook)

    The vegan ice creams in this post are really giving Ben & Jerry’s a run for their money!

  3. Catherine

    You are the ice cream expert! At first I thought Mmm these flavours are a little frightening. But the vegan ones? Now you’re talking my lingo. Although I confess that at the end of the piazza in town there is a place that does orange and cinnamon and ginger ice cream that is TO DIE FOR

  4. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I could see that from the packaging that the Blue Bunny might be a no. Eek! It’s like McDonalds. Nothing is ever what it looks like too 🙁

  5. veganlisa

    I am very afraid of most of the ice creams mentioned in this post. I’m glad you ended with something that makes sense to me – coconut milk ice cream which chocolate and coffee. Those are all the good “C”s. (yes, that is a diss to you, cotton candy).

    And…we may have to move to Maui before March. Just a heads up. xo

  6. Shenandoah Vegan

    It’s things like Blue Bunny ‘Ice Cream’ that make me so glad I’m vegan. That is the kind of stuff they use behind the scenes in low-rent restaurants like Denny’s. Avoid.

  7. FoodFeud

    I’m with Shen. At least vegan ice creams seem to stick to classic flavors and not reinvent something that…isn’t a flavor. But maybe I’m biased. I don’t even eat ice cream much…

  8. Johanna GGG

    I wanted to buy ben and jerry’s on our holiday but E said it was too cold – so I will just enjoy some vicariously here – esp the 1000000 flavours – sounds like fun – unlike the blue bunny disappointment – and home made ice cream and vegan magnums sound like true friendship indeed. BTW when you are freezing in a canadian winter the hades comment may come back to haunt you 🙂

  9. Catherine

    Hey, I did my level best on the election front, but it’s not much use when you live in a safe seat!

    The ice-cream sounds good, though.

  10. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    I love those So Delicious bars! If I buy a box, I will be sure to save you one 🙂

  11. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I’m not going to lie – one of the first things I did after arriving in D.C. today was check out a supermarket, and specifically, check at the prices on So Delicious products. Half the price of Australia! I have a tub of mini almond milk ice cream pieces covered in chocolate waiting for me now…along with other things that I think you’d feel my joy on (peanut butter cheerios! graham crackers!). I’m glad your housemate knows how to keep you appropriately fuelled 😀

    Also, we’re meant to be in for a brutal summer?! Gah.

  12. Allysia K

    You know, I love ice cream, but I don’t think I’ll ever crave it the way I did in Austin when it was 40+ every day. Still, those are some exciting flavas. Good to hear those So Delicious bars are good, I haven’t had them yet but I always eye them up.

  13. hungryandfrozen

    Gorgeous smiles! Um, in New Zealand we call cotton candy/fairy floss CANDY FLOSS, thus uniting the the names of the two nations of America and Australia and making it impossible for anyone to really know what it’s called, ever.

  14. Angela @

    OH MY GOODNESS! It sounds like you’ve been having a blast in Toronto! Where are you living? I absolutely love Sweets of the Earth! And I ate more than my fair share of So Delicious Minis Coconut Almond Bars this summer. They’re so incredible!

    Do you like Thai food? You should check out Kao San Road if you haven’t already. Incredible food with an awesome vegan menu too. Get the tofu starters. They’re amazing! x