Baskin-Robbins Expands their Ice Cream Portfolio with Non-Dairy Flavors


The world’s largest ice cream chain is finally jumping on board the dairy-free train. As of August 1st, Baskin-Robbins will serve two vegan flavors: Chocolate Extreme and Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.

Guide to Baskin-Robbins Dairy-Free Flavors - includes creamy vegan ice cream, cones, and more!

Baskin-Robbins Expands their Ice Cream Portfolio with Non-Dairy Flavors

With plant-based food sales reaching double digits across the US, many ice cream brands have scooped up the opportunity to release non-dairy flavors. Baskin-Robbins is a little late to the social, but they’ve finally perfected vegan versions of classic fan-favorite flavors.

  • Non-Dairy Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough is made with vegan cookie dough pieces, chocolate chunks and a chocolate ribbon.
  • Non-Dairy Chocolate Extreme contains chocolate chunks and a chocolate ribbon, and is also “gluten conscious.” (It’s gluten-free by ingredients, but probably not “celiac safe.” Read the notes that follow.)

Both new varieties are made with a rich, nutty base of coconut oil and almond butter that is free of preservatives, artificial flavors, and high fructose corn syrup. However, they aren’t free from top allergens. In addition to containing nuts, the brand has made it clear that potential allergen cross-contamination is possible during production:

“All of Baskin-Robbins menu items (vegan and non-vegan) are prepared in the same area. Baskin-Robbins cannot guarantee that there will be no cross-contact between products or ingredients.”

They probably follow good manufacturing processes for cleaning the lines, but contact the company to ensure that the flavors are safe for your needs before ordering. And make sure that the store staff is using a separate scoop for the special diet flavors.

How to Order Dairy-Free at Baskin-Robbins

This is a global chain, so there is no guarantee that all of the non-dairy options listed here will be available at your local store. Check with the staff and always contact the company first if you are dealing with a severe food allergy. This post is for informational purposes only and should not replace your own due diligence. And remember that you can make your own Dairy-Free 31 Flavors at Home!

To the best of our knowledge, the following menu items are dairy-free by ingredients (read the allergen note above), and available at Baskin-Robbins stores in the U.S. They might be available in other countries too. This list is based on information provided by the company online, but it might vary by country or region.

Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream & Sorbet Flavors Made without Dairy

  • Non-Dairy Chocolate Extreme (made with almond butter and coconut oil)
  • Non-Dairy Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (made with almond butter and coconut oil)
  • Horchata Ice (made with coconut cream)
  • Daiquiri Ice
  • Watermelon Splash Ice
  • Citrus Twist Ice
  • Raspberry Sorbet

Baskin-Robbins Slushies Made without Dairy

  • Strawberry Citrus Fruit Blast
  • Wild Mango Fruit Blast

Baskin-Robbins Cones Made without Dairy

  • Sugar Cones*
  • Cake Cones

*These are the old-fashioned style of sugar cones. Their waffle cones contain dairy. All of their cones contain wheat and soy.

Baskin-Robbins Toppings Made without Dairy

This list is incomplete, but we will add dairy-free options as we learn more. Feel free to share your favorite dairy-free Baskin-Robbins toppings when you leave a rating and review of this ice cream chain below!

  • REESE’S® Peanut Butter Sauce
  • Chocolate Syrup (not the Hot Fudge)

Guide to Baskin-Robbins Dairy-Free Flavors - includes creamy vegan ice cream, cones, and more!

Where to Find Baskin-Robbins

They have 8,000 ice cream shops in 54 countries worldwide, so there’s a good chance that you can find one near you. As mentioned above, some of the non-dairy options might not be available in your local area. Check their website below for addresses, hours, and contact information.

Baskin-Robbins is also offering deliveries through DoorDash, so you can stock up on their non-dairy options from the comfort of home.


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August 18, 2019

I had both flavors, and it tastes very similar to the dairy based flavors.
Hoping they make the gold medal ribbon dairy one day


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Ooh, I’m with you. That and Praline ‘n Cream!

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Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.

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