#CocoFood: Veganuary Iced Treats

You have embraced Veganuary and have successfully eaten healthily so far, and you’ve stayed away from cheeky sweet things for lots of reasons, but you are craving something delicious and dessertified.

Have you indulged in any of the insatiably divine ice creams from Halo Top?

OMG #TeamCoco have been treated to a couple of tubs from the vegan range to try this Veganuary and we absolutely devoured an entire tub in just one sitting. But there’s no need to worry about our waistlines, because these ice creams by Halo Top are not only vegan, they are gluten free, and dairy free plus they’re actually between just 280 and 320 calories per tub (1 pint per tub) – yes you heard us correctly ‘280 – 320 cals per tub’!

Okay, so here’s the truth, loads of us are dealing with the January blues big time right now, so tucking into any of these ice cream flavours is going to be a massive treat.

We sampled Sea Salt Caramel, which is not only vegan but also dairy free and gluten free and tasted like a comforting silky smooth caramel ice cream, and we tried the Peanut Butter Cup by Halo Top which was extremely peanutty with a hint of butter, both were insanely divine and we have no idea how they can be so low in calories.

There are many vegan flavours to choose from this Veganuary and all are available from numerous retailers across the UK including the Co-op, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda, Ocado, and more.

Dairy-Free, GF, Vegan – Chocolate

Dairy-Free, GF, Vegan – Toasted Coconut

Dairy Free, GF, Vegan – Peanut Butter Cup

Dairy Free, GF, Vegan – Sea Salt Caramel

At the moment loads of supermarkets all across the UK are running offers on Halo Top, so go and grab yours right now and stock your freezer. And, if you are London based and use Deliveroo there’s even 20,000 tubs being given away free of charge with orders (until they’re gone)!

Usually priced at around £5 per tub, offers currently start at £3.50 per tub (Jan 2019 at limited supermarkets). Visit Halo Top UK online to find out more about flavours and the company’s vegan options.

Here’s to the best Veganuary ever!

Rachel McAlley

Rachel is currently a UK travel writer and beauty writer for House of Coco, she spends most of the week locked away in her country garden studio watching the world whizz by, and most of the weekend whizzing around the UK!

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