Aldi launches dairy-free ice cream for just £1.99 per tub

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  • Bargain store favourite Aldi have pleased the masses again, and this time it’s with their new line of dairy free ice cream – just in time for World Vegan Day.

    Following a dairy free diet is no longer as difficult as it once was with many mainstream brands and supermarkets realising that people follow a dairy-free diet.

    Whether it’s to help with skin problems, ethical reasons or a necessary requirement for your health, either way dairy-free food has fast become a way of life for many people – and now they can tuck into tasty treats too, at a fraction of the cost of many rivals.

    Leading ice cream brand Ben and Jerry’s started dairy free tubs recently at £5.50, whereas these Aldi gems are on sale at £1.99 for 480ml making you a whopping £3.51 saving per tub.

    The new range offers a light and refreshing coconut cream iced dessert as well as a delicious like-the-real-thing chocolate version.

    And, as they’re made from coconut cream they are officially both vegan and dairy-free, and as added bonus they’re also gluten free too.

    The exciting new release has sent Twitter into a sharing frenzy, with many applauding the store for branching out into the new area.

    ‘Have you tried @Aldi_Ireland @AldiUK #Vegan ice cream? Delicious over some #pumpkin pie! #Halloween #Halloweenweekend,’ one account declared.

    You could also try it with our dairy free cakes, for an extra special treat!

    Another user advised her fellow vegans: ;vegan pals this is so fit and on offer in Aldi at the moment.’

    Another simply posted: ‘today is going to be a good day’after stumbling on the tasty tubs.

    This user advised fellow vegans on bagging a bargain, saying: ‘To all my vegan followers, if your excited about Ben And Jerry’s doing vegan ice cream here’s a cheaper alternative from Aldi’.

    What do you think? Will you be investing in a few tubs of Aldi dairy-free ice cream? Let us know in the comments box below.