NadaMoo! Frozen Treats Minus the Dairy

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Katy Morris

What could be better than a bowl of creamy, rich ice cream to cool you down as the temperatures rise?  With NadaMoo! products you can have your ice cream and avoid dairy too. For a whole lotta folks, THAT’S what’s better!

Not only is this non-dairy ice cream gluten-free, sugar-free, soy-free, and certified organic, it is also kosher. The clever stand-in that keeps this ice cream rich and creamy is organic coconut milk, and it sure holds its own against those sugar-and-dairy-loaded brands.

Check out there comparison chart here to see how this frozen treat really stacks up.

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And how do they keep up without the sugar, you ask? The other key ingredient is agave nectar, which adds just the right amount of sweetness without the fat and calories.

So far, NadaMoo! has 10 cleverly named flavors: Java Crunch, Lotta Mint Chip, Gotta Do Chocolate, Mmm…Maple Pecan, Creamy Coconut, Vanilla..Ahhh, Sweet Cherry Lime, Chocolate Almond Chip, and Vanilla Cha-Cha-Chai, Bananas for PB & Chocolate, the latter two being the newest of the bunch.

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Visit their interactive Where to Buy section on their website to find a store near you – they sell nationwide! Hey, NYC-dwellers, head to Health & Harmony or Thyme & Basil to pick  up some of this dairy-free goodness.

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And be sure to let us know which flavor you like best. With 10 flavors to taste we haven’t quite made our way to the end of the list yet.

All photos courtesy of NadaMoo!

 

 

 

 

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