If you’re dairy free and based in the UK you’ll have probably heard of Swedish Glace ice cream.
It can be found at most supermarkets and comes in a variety of flavours; vanilla, chocolate, raspberry and almond. They also make choc-ice style ice creams.
These tubs are usually priced around the £2.50 mark as a standard. This is really affordable when it comes to dairy-free ice cream. I’m sure you’ll be familiar with the many other dairy-free brands of ice cream which are delicious but priced between £4-£6.
I’ll be sharing a review about each flavour from the Swedish Glace range. It’s one of the brands of ice cream that we always have in our freezer.
Phil and I have recently got into the Heavenly Chocolate flavour. It’s not a super rich chocolate ice cream but it does have the taste of sweet chocolate and is lovely and creamy.
We both think it tastes as good as regular ice cream and the tub always goes down very quickly.
Water, sugar, dextrose, vegetable oils (palm, coconut), SOYA bean powder (6.6%), fat reduced cocoa powder, emulsifiers (mono and di-glycerides of fatty acids, citric acid esters of mono- and di-glycerides of fatty acids), salt, stabilisers (locust bean gum, guar gum, carrageenan).