Ben & Jerry’s vegan ice cream burger is a UK first - but it's not around for long
Who said vegan food had to be healthy?
Vegan food has improved infinitely over the last few years, and now those eating a plant-based diet can find meals that are just as good as their meat-eating counterparts - or even better - as is the case with this Ben & Jerry’s burger.
The ice cream maestros have created the UK’s first vegan ice cream burger - and boy, is it a mountain of sugary goodness.
The Im-BOSH-ible ice cream burger was created in collaboration with (yep, you guessed it) BOSH!, and will be available at Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops in London, Berlin and Rotterdam.
As it’s in celebration of World Vegan Month, it’s around for one month only (November 1-30) so if you fancy getting your hands on it then you best be quick.
Priced at £5.45, the burger comes with your choice of Ben & Jerry’s non-dairy ice cream (we’d suggest Peanut Butter & Cookies), covered with speculoos spread and a salty sweet caramel sauce. If that wasn’t enough, it will be finished off with crumbled speculoos biscuits, a vegan whipped topping, all fitted inside a vegan brioche bun.
Not taking your fancy? Well, there are two other limited-edition items hoping to grab your attention, too.
There’s also a Toffee Apple Crunch Sundae, which sees pecan granola and apple compote layered with caramel sauce and two scoops of Ben & Jerry’s new Non-Dairy Cookies on Cookie Dough ice cream - because who doesn’t want ice cream added to their morning breakfast?
And, the final item is the Campfire Snuggle Hot Chocolate, which sounds like the perfect autumnal treat. Made with a scoop of Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Chocolate Fudge Brownie melted down and mixed with almond drink and cinnamon, it’s ticking all the winter warmer boxes.
For £5.45, you’ll also get vegan marshmallows, caramel popcorn and whipped topping to finish it off, so there’s certainly no skimping on the sugary delights here.