Thanks to David in Orem, Utah for this dairy-free ice cream tip!
There’s a place in Orem, UT called “Sub-Zero Ice Cream.” It’s ice cream where you pick a base from custard, whole milk, 2%, 1%, skim, OR soy milk! You then add however many mix-ins you want (like Cold Stone). Once you’ve picked the flavorings you want they inject liquid nitrogen into it to freeze it. It’s really good. The only thing to watch out for is some of the mix-ins have milk in them. Don’t be afraid to ask, they’re really good about stuff like that. Just be warned that it’s VERY popular and will definitely be busy in the evening. They’re at 934 N. State Street in Orem, UT.
I also received this information from the core company (it is a chain):
Actually, all of our locations should have a dairy –free option; most offer the choice between soy milk or rice milk. You then have the option of sweetening it with sugar, Splenda, or Agave sweeteners, and then your choice of flavors and mix-ins. The soy and rice milk option is a little different than actual ice cream, more ice/slushy consistency than creamy, but it is still good and still presents the multiple of options that our freezing process provides. And there is no danger of cross-contamination, because for every new order we use a new, clean bowl, and we use a different measuring cup to measure the non-dairy base than the one we use for the dairy ice cream bases.
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