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Dairy, Egg, Soya & wheat free ice cream?

(20 Posts)
Katymac Thu 05-Nov-15 11:01:46

Has anyone seen any?

It needs to be fish free too......but I didn't think I needed to mention that smile

Exoticpurple Thu 05-Nov-15 11:06:35

Yes, Booja-booja. It's made with nuts though.

Onsera3 Thu 05-Nov-15 11:09:49

Yes Booja Booja from Waitrose/Ocado is lovely. Does have cashews as mentioned above.

senua Thu 05-Nov-15 11:12:07

Banana ice cream.

Recipe: take bananas and chop them into slices. then freeze them. then whizz them in a food processor. the end.

FinestGrundyTurkey Thu 05-Nov-15 11:22:13

Booja-booja & Coyo here

CMOTDibbler Thu 05-Nov-15 11:24:48

The Booja Booja is fabulous

CMOTDibbler Thu 05-Nov-15 11:27:20

Ocado also have a coconut and an almond based icecream meeting these exclusion

Katymac Thu 05-Nov-15 11:29:51


They stopped making the Tesco one - which is very sad

That Booja is very expensive.....

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FinestGrundyTurkey Thu 05-Nov-15 11:31:45

Almond dream mint choc chip there!

VikingLady Thu 05-Nov-15 11:33:00

I know it's not the same, but M&S do a lovely mango sorbet.

FinestGrundyTurkey Thu 05-Nov-15 11:35:02

Coyo have a FB page

silversixpence Sat 21-Nov-15 14:06:55

the coconut collaborative ice cream is nice. I thought the almond dream one tasted awful but DH liked it!

Katymac Sat 21-Nov-15 14:19:48

But that has loads of 'lacto' stuff in it which they assure me is dairy free but it concerns me

anotherdayanothersquabble Sat 21-Nov-15 14:25:56

Frozen bananas, raspberries and mangos whizzed in the blender.

Katymac Sat 21-Nov-15 22:49:55

Nope no fruit allowed

But DD fancies trying that smile thanks

anotherdayanothersquabble Sun 22-Nov-15 10:42:44

Is sugar allowed? Nuts? Chick peas?

And why icecream? I am curious?

Katymac Sun 22-Nov-15 12:51:18

I run a nursery - it's nice is all the children can have the same food if not the same brand & the Christmas Party is approaching

Sugar uois OK, as are almond,coconut but not peanuts

No idea about chickpeas as i have never asked to serve them
I won't be serving or washing up anything with Almond or Coconut as they are my allergies but some children can have them

I can do milk & soya free & I can do Booja if I drive a 50 mile round trip.....I'm just lazy

anotherdayanothersquabble Sun 22-Nov-15 16:56:15

It might be one of those wierdy only work on blog recipes but O quite fancy trying an Aquafaba recipe.. Though perhaps not rhubarb and ginger for a nursery!!.
And no fruit? Do some children have fruit but not sugar allergies?

Katymac Sun 22-Nov-15 17:22:43

Well sugar isn't on the care plans from the dietician, so I guess so..

That looks very interesting....nit sure I'm brave enough to try it wink

I think Booja may be the way to go.....but thank you

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