Bird’s Eye Review: Booja Booja Ice cream

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Oh my!  Let me introduce you to my new favourite vegan ice-cream brand –  Booja-Booja.  Perhaps better known for their Organic Dairy Free chocolate (which I shamefully have yet to try), this brand is actually 15 years old. They pride themselves on their products being Dairy Free and also all made in Norfolk.

Booja-Booja offers 5 varieties of Ice-cream and I tried 3 of them.  All of their ingredients are fresh and natural and raw where possible too. Keep Smiling Vanilla M’Gorilla is actually 100% raw containing just 4 ingredients: Water, Agave Syrup, Cashew Nuts and Vanilla Oil.  I found this to be creamy and delicious.
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Next up was the Coconut Hullabaloo containing Water, Agave Syrup, Cashew Nuts, Coconut Milk and Desiccated Coconut.  I have been loving all things coconut recently, and this did not disappoint.  It had a really fresh and light taste and the small chunks of desiccated coconut added texture to the smooth consistency.

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The final flavour I tried was the Hunky Punky Chocolate. This contains Water, Agave Syrup, Cashew Nuts and Cocoa Powder so again very few ingredients.   Another delicious flavour, not too chocolaty or sweet but just the right balance of creamy and cocoa.

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I can not wait to try the other two varieties: Fiesty Rollercoaster Ginger and Pompompous Maple Pecan which both sound divine.

My one drawback of this brand is that it is a little on the pricey side but then I guess you pay more for quality!  Available from Ocado and all good health stores.

http://boojabooja.com

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  1. Oh my gosh, these sound so good! Where did you buy yours? I’ve not seen it in, for example, Holland and Barratt before. I need to get my hands on some!x

      1. I will do. I’m going to the Vegan festival in Kensington on Sunday (did you hear about it) so I may have to pop into Whole Foods afterwards and get some! Let’s hope the weather is a bit nicer this weekend x

      2. Yes, I did hear about it but not sure if I can make it. Yes, definitely pop into Whole Foods. I really love that place. Even just looking around puts me in a happy mood. Enjoy the festival and let me know how it is. x

  2. The vegan festival was good but oh my gosh was it busy! You could barely move inside. Loads of tasty stuff to try. Was hoping to get a Ms Cupcake cake, but they were pretty much all sold out by the time I got there. As a matter of interest, what’s your favourite vegan restaurant in London?x

    1. Hi Tania. I actually ended up braving the rain and going along. Yes, it was pretty busy but not to make you jealous, I managed to get a Ms Cupcake strawberries and cream (sorry). I also got a few other chocolatey treats and some Fry’s products which I was already a fan of. I got my lunch from Rainforest Creations – huge queue but super delicious! Did you bring anything home?
      My favourite vegan restaurant? That’s a tricky one as I am still working my way through the London list. I think at the moment, it is Tibits for lunch and Cookies and Scream in Camden for pudding. Have you been to them? Check out this article for 21 vegan restaurants to visit in London. http://www.buzzfeed.com/ailbhemalone/no-meat-no-dairy?utm_content=buffer60518&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer&s=mobile Thanks for the update. Karen x

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