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Some sweet news: Oat milk isn’t just for drinking

Oatly recently entered the lineup of nondairy frozen desserts in the freezer case.

In Oatly frozen desserts, the base is made with oats.
In Oatly frozen desserts, the base is made with oats.Oatly

Oatly recently entered the lineup of nondairy frozen desserts in the freezer case. You may recognize the name: The Swedish company produces a popular plant-based milk alternative made from oats. The oat milk was first available in upscale coffee shops and later in markets, but because of a shortage it was usually sold out. The business boosted production and also added the vegan frozen treats using an oat base. Luscious, creamy, and as dense as many store-brand ice creams, it could deceive you to think it’s ice cream if you blind-tasted one of the rich flavors ($5.99 for a pint). There are seven choices, all created with natural flavorings, including vanilla, chocolate chip, mint chip, strawberry, and coffee, and with 200 to 260 calories for 2/3 of a cup. Available at Wegmans and Whole Foods Market locations.

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