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Luna & Larry’s Coconut Bliss Gluten-Free and Non-Dairy Dark Chocolate Ice Cream

The other night I picked up a pint of Dark Chocolate Coconut Bliss organic ice cream from my local market, and my family and I had it for dessert. Coconut is all the rage now because it's packed with essential fatty acids, and we've been looking for healthier alternatives to normal ice cream. Our family could not have been more pleased; Coconut Bliss delivered with a creamy tasting full-flavored ice cream that left nothing to be desired, even though it was in fact gluten, soy, and dairy-free—and it’s even organic. We will definitely buy it again!

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Ellen
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01 Jun 2009 3:04:07 AM PDT
I just want to second the love for Larry & Luna's Coconut Bliss! Absolutely the best coconut 'ice cream' I've had since I developed milk and soy allergies and found out I also had celiac disease. My favorite is the vanilla. It's not too sweet and reminds me of the ice creams I used to be able to eat in England, back in the day. Mmmmmm!!

 
A Coco nut
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01 Jun 2009 7:29:46 AM PDT
Yes...thanks for the review of this amazing ice cream.

 
Marc David
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01 Jun 2009 7:57:53 AM PDT
This "ice cream" is amazing!!
Surprisingly simple ingredients yet so creamy! AND all Organic!!

 
Dairy Free Fan
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01 Jun 2009 10:43:52 AM PDT
I love coconut bliss!

 
Julie
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02 Jun 2009 4:49:06 PM PDT
I am really blown away by Coconut Bliss, especially the Dark Chocolate.
It is so rich and dense and creamy, but when I eat it I feel fine, actually, great, afterwards!! (unless I eat a whole pint) It is so satisfying. And you can feel the good vibes in there, so much thought and care goes into making it.

 
Lynne
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02 Jun 2009 6:46:17 PM PDT
Just purchased the Vanilla Coconut Bliss this afternoon. Yummmmmy.

 
N BENNETT
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03 Jun 2009 2:37:22 PM PDT
I can't wait to try it. It sounds delicious.




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