Hannah's Top 9 Vegan Ice-Creams

Hannah's Top 9 Vegan Ice-Creams

Vegan Food BloggerHannah Layland

A vegan food eater, lover and Instagrammer. When I'm not eating I'm often in the gym or running thinking about what I'm going to eat or researching restaurants that I'd like to go to. Most of which I share on socials. I have been vegan for 3 years and am passionate about zero-waste, sustainable a...

'When I stopped eating dairy ice cream was the one thing that I missed the most, thankfully loads of companies both artisan and big brands have started to develop delicious vegan alternatives. 


There are a few key things I look for when choosing an ice cream, flavour, creaminess/ texture, consistency of each scoop or bite, packaging and then cost. However, I am always willing to pay a little more for quality, well-sourced ingredients and sustainable packaging. Here are my Top 10 Vegan Ice Creams for when you want to enjoy a sunny afternoon snack or an accompaniment to a dessert!'


Thanks to Hannah of @herbivorehan_, we have a whole list of the best vegan ice creams currently available in the UK. From Halo Top to Vegan Magnum, we are here to tell you which vegan ice creams are the best, trust us. All of Han's choices are available to buy from online retailers such as Waitrose, Morrisons and Tesco.

  • Last updated: 08-06-2022
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Hannah Layland's mybest

Northern BlocVegan Salted Caramel & Almond Swirl

£4.00

RoarCoconut Mango Passion Fruit Oat Cookie Ice Cream

£5.00

Hackney GelatoDark Chocolate Sorbetto

£5.00

Cecily'sVanilla and Dark Choc Lovely Little Bites

£5.95

Halo TopPlant-Based Caramel Chocolate Pretzel

£5.00

CornettoVanilla Gluten Free Soy Ice Cream Cone

£3.00

Little MoonsVegan Tropical Passionfruit and Mango Mochi Ice Cream

£4.50

Hannah Layland's mybest Summary

I am an ice cream lover, I always have 2 tubs/packs in the freezer, great vegan ice creams are everywhere in the UK now and most are delicious. 


The variety in flavours is huge, but if in doubt stick to the classic combinations or big names. I think that the hint of coconut is the main difference between vegan ice cream and regular ice cream, so If you don't like coconut look for an oat or soya base.


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