So Delicious' oat-milk ice cream and dairy-free mousses are a great alternative if you can't have dairy - here's what they taste like

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  • You don't need an excuse to eat ice cream, but if you did, Sunday July 21 just happens to be National Ice Cream Day.
  • While I can personally (and regularly) stuff my face with as much dairy ice cream as I want, people like my girlfriend can't, so we regularly look around for dairy-free ice cream alternatives.
  • We really like ones from So Delicious, and would recommend its "ice cream" and mousses to non-dairy and dairy eaters.

Sunday July 21 is National Ice Cream Day - which should be a national holiday, if you're asking me.

While most people don't really need a special day to convince themselves to tackle a solo pint, some people like my girlfriend can't eat dairy ice cream that's always stocked in grocery stores due to dietary restrictions.

We've been lucky enough to be find So Delicious' line of dairy-free desserts in our hipster 'hood in Brooklyn. Its ice creams are created from a variety of plant-based ingredients, including cashew, soy, coconut, and its newly introduced oat milks.

We tried a few of the flavors from the new oat milk frozen dessert and frozen mousse lines. Both are dairy- and nut-free, although some may include coconut (which does not have the same allergen as the common tree nut allergen). We'd still suggest reading the ingredients list in case you have other dietary restrictions.

There is limited availability to find these products online, but the brand offers a product finder that can point you in the right direction.

Here's what each of the So Delicious ice creams and mousses taste like:

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