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If you live anywhere that Kemps is delivered they offer alot of gluten free ice cream and it's yummy!! I was very surprised by the mint and spumoni.

Wow, I'm really surprised that their mint flavor has gluten in it too. I eat different brands of mint chocolate chip quite a bit... maybe I should check into it a little more. Lame. <_<

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Marble Slab Creamery will get your ice cream from an unopened container in the back if you ask. It's too risky to get one that is open, any topping or gluten containing flavor could be cc'd in there. Just don't get the cake batter flavor, they fold actual cake batter into the ice cream!

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Their standard chocolate is not.

Anyway, what is this about cake flavored icecream? :o is that even possible?

I don't know about cake flavored. Maybe it's like the pie flavored yogurts. A local dairy told me that, in the beginning, they tried to put pieces of Graham crackers to get the crust flavor, but that didn't work. They have a Graham cracker flavoring they use and it's just a gluten-free chemical flavoring. Maybe there is a cake flavoring?

Most ice creams at the grocery are gluten-free. You need to read ingredients because they might have malt or cookie pieces, etc.

Feel obligated to add the standard : The original posts on here are 3 years old. The information contained in them may be out of date as products change over the years. Always read the ingredients on the package fornthe most current info on gluten content.

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Their standard chocolate is not.

Anyway, what is this about cake flavored icecream? :o is that even possible?

Yoplait has gluten-free cake- and pie-flavored yogurt.

richard

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Yoplait has gluten-free cake- and pie-flavored yogurt.

richard

And all over Europe you can get cake-flavoured gelato.

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I just read that BlueBell"s standard ice cream flavors among a lot of other flavors are gluten-free. It was one of the first things I looked up.

I just contactd Blue Bell and they sent me two gluten free lists. Here is their contact number. The representative I spoke with sent me them via e-mail. It made one happy 6 1/2 year old little boy. Now he is able to buy an occasional icecream treat at school.

Consumer Relations

Blue Bell Creameries, L.P.

979.830.2192

979.830.7398 Fax

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I am suspicious of Cherry Garcia myself, seems to be the only possible source of gluten for me prior to getting a reaction (still recovering). I wrote to Ben and Jerry's to see if there is a possibility of cross-contamination with this flavor or if the natural flavor might contain gluten, but was also curious if others might have had a similar experience.

Ben and Jerry's Cherry Garcia - don't do it!!!

Those natural flavorings got me in some serious trouble.

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I am suspicious of Cherry Garcia myself, seems to be the only possible source of gluten for me prior to getting a reaction (still recovering). I wrote to Ben and Jerry's to see if there is a possibility of cross-contamination with this flavor or if the natural flavor might contain gluten, but was also curious if others might have had a similar experience.

While Ben & Jerry's doesn't have a list of gluten-free products, they recommend you read the label each time. Of course, that doesn't address the possibility of cross-contamination.

That said, Cherry Garcia is one of my favorites...right up there with Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream. I haven't had a problem with either.

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Ben and Jerry's has a very clear gluten labeling policy. http://benjerry.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/benje...nZT0x&p_li=

"Should any of our products contain those grains (wheat, flour, barley, oats, rye, malt, etc.) the label would reference them. We understand that there are tricky ways that gluten can be missed. We assure you that we have researched our ingredients carefully, and we know exactly what is going into our ice cream."

I looked hard at B&J this weekend. What I would appreciate from them is if they would simply come out and say it. I would expect a company that spends so much time trying to convince us how good they are would do more for such a large captive customer base. gluten-free, it either is or it isn't.

I refuse to spend 5 minutes with a magnifying glass to see if it is, isn't, or might not be.

In the meantime I'll continue honing my skills at making my own products.

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Interesting. Thanks for sharing your experience. I had Cherry Garcia many times before as well without sensations, so I am not sure what happened this time, but this recent experience makes me scared of trying it again...

While Ben & Jerry's doesn't have a list of gluten-free products, they recommend you read the label each time. Of course, that doesn't address the possibility of cross-contamination.

That said, Cherry Garcia is one of my favorites...right up there with Haagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream. I haven't had a problem with either.

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I can not comment on BlueBell (not sold in the markets I frequent), but Breyers does have a dedicated line of gluten-free ice cream.  There is even a green gluten-free label on it (handy for friends who offer to bring ice cream to our house for dessert!).   

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Before my UC dia, I used to use So Delicious and NoMoo for dairy free and gluten free options when I ran out of my own homemade icecream. Now  days I keep a stock of Wink Frozen deserts for emergency when I run out of my own. It is Gluten Free, Sugar Free, Dairy Free, and Soy Free.

https://winkfrozendesserts.com/collections/wink-frozen-desserts-pints  

 

Cake Batter, Cinnamon Bun, and Strawberry Cheese Cake are in the freezer right now along with my own homemade pistachio, Cookies & Cream, Orange Cream, and Blueberry Delight. >,> I live off the stuff literally just make ice cream smoothies with meal replacement shakes nut butters and protein powders and just eat 2-3 cups of it for dinner so bloody rewarding/screw the world I rock kind of evenings.

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