Summertime means extra sunshine, free time and ICE CREAM! There’s nothing better than enjoying a cold, refreshing scoop (or two… okay three) outside on a warm day. Thankfully, there are plenty of gluten-free options out there that are absolutely delicious. Many ice creams are naturally GF when they don’t contain crazy add-ins like cookie dough or brownies. However, it’s important to keep an eye out for cross contamination and sneaky ingredients, like malt and its derivatives, when choosing your treat. Check out the guide below for help navigating some of our favorite gluten-free friendly brands!
Gluten-Free Brand Guide
-Does not label their products gluten free, but notes allergens on the nutrition label.
-30+ labeled gluten free flavors.
-Beware of the gelato product line, as it warns against cross-contamination.
-Free from gluten, dairy and soy!
-Products include ice cream pints, sandwiches and bars.
-All DOVEBARS and ice cream pints, although not certified, are gluten free and do not cite cross-contamination as an issue.
-Click each product for ingredients/nutritional info.
-Check out how amazing the DOVE Unconditional Chocolate pint sounds: “rich chocolate ice cream with silky smooth chunks made with DOVE dark chocolate and a fudge swirl.”
-25+ labeled gluten-free flavors.
-Be sure to try some of the fun flavors, such as White Chocolate Raspberry Truffle, Sea Salt Caramel Truffle, Rum Raisin and Green Tea.
-All but 4 flavors are certified gluten free.
-Rare gluten-free flavors include Lemon Cake, Birthday Cake and Oatmeal Cookie.
-240-320 calories FOR THE WHOLE PINT(!!!!!)
-Known for coconut, cashew, almond and soy-based frozen desserts.
-Their products are certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization. Click here for an allergen chart.
-Stars of the show include gluten-free Cookie Dough and Cookies & Cream flavors.
-Good news, most Talenti flavors are gluten free!
-Use the gluten-free sorter on the top of their products page.
-40+ flavors labeled gluten free.
-Offers not only a variety of flavors, but a variety of product lines too (All Natural, Premium, Light, No Sugar Added, Frozen Yogurt, Sherbet).
-We’ve got our eyes on Moose Tracks, Fat Free Chocolate Marshmallow Frozen Yogurt, and Banana Split
We know these all sound FANTASTIC, but if you’d rather spend time in the kitchen than in the frozen section at the grocery store, these make-your-own ice cream recipes are perfect for you! No machine or churning required.
While we’ve done our research to find the safest choices for you, products can change at any time. Please double check that all your treats are safe before enjoying them!
4 Comments Add yours
You mentioned very few brands here–what about Blue Bell?
Hey Caryl, thanks for the suggestion! We can’t seem to find an official allergen statement on Blue Bell’s website, but did find an unaffiliated blog post listing their GF flavors: https://glutenfreeroundup.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/blue-bell-gluten-free-options/. 🙂
Thank you, Laura–that was very helpful.
what about some ice cream made in Nebraska and Iowa—like Blue Bunny in La Mars ,Iowa ! You must reach further than than east coast !