Van Leeuwen Oat Milk-Based Ice Cream
The latest innovations expand Van Leeuwen’s vegan ice cream category to offer options for those with cashew allergies
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, a brand known for its made-from-scratch and vegan ice creams, debuted a line of oat milk-based flavors. The vegan, cashew-free line extension contains seven new flavors, each featuring a creamy house made oat milk base.
The latest innovation expands Van Leeuwen’s vegan ice cream category to offer options for those with cashew allergies, all whilst highlighting the quality, innovative flavor profiles, and decadent taste for which the brand is known.
New varieties include: Chocolate Oat Milk Cookie Dough Chunk, Oat Milk Brown Sugar Chunk, Brownie Sundae Raspberry Swirl, Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Swirl, Oat Milk Mocha Latte, Oat Milk Caramel Cookie, and Strawberry. Each of Van Leeuwen’s oat milk varieties is crafted in small batches with house-made oat milk, organic coconut cream, raw coconut oil, pure cocoa butter, and pure cane sugar.
A selection of oat milk ice cream flavors are currently rolling out in select Van Leeuwen Ice Cream shops in both Los Angeles and New York, and the collection will be made available in pints via the Van Leeuwen website in October 2019, and on retailer shelves in early 2020.