Full List Of Plant-Based Ice Cream Brands In Thailand 2022

There has never been more options for plant-based ice cream in Thailand. Whether you love coconut ice cream, decadent cashew fudge ice cream or fruity, refreshing sorbet, Thailand has it all.  

*(Listed alphabetically)*

Vegan Options: 7 Senses offer a huge selection of vegan, Italian gelato, including Pistachio, Choco Mint and a large selection of fruit gelato.  They aim to expand their vegan range in the future and their vegan ice creams are certified Vegan OK. 

Vegan Options: 100 Flavours offer over 50 vegan ice cream flavours including Crispy Coconut Pudding and Taro Coco Pudding.

100% Vegan: Bangkok’s only vegan kombucha ice cream! Tangy, fizzy and refreshing!

100% Vegan: Rich coconut ice cream covered in dark chocolate, these ice creams are decadent and delicious. Beyond Pops also offers custom ice cream cakes!

100% Vegan: Buono not only have a huge selection of vegan ice cream flavours, but they also sell mochi ice cream, ice cream mooncakes and bon bons. 

100% Vegan: Creamy coconut ice cream in a selection of different flavours including Blasting Berries and Pleasing Pandan. 

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Vegan & Jay Options:

1.Central Plaza Rama 2 (3rd floor) 2. Union Mall Ladprao (3rd floor) 3. Seacon Bang Khae (Basement) 4. Central Plaza Westgate (1st floor) 5. Central Plaza Rama 3 (2nd floor)

Vegan Options: Fridae offer 4 vegan flavours including Yuzu and Chocolate & Raspberry Swirl.

100% Vegan: Almond milk ice cream with a selection of fun flavours including Cookies & Cream and Cheesecake With Strawberry.

100% Vegan: With all-natural ingredients, Hebe’s ice creams (even the 100% fruit flavours) are incredibly creamy, rich, delicious and healthy! Popular flavours include Heavenly Sea Salt, Pistachio Paradiso and Wimbledon Dream.

100% Vegan: Creamy, high protein ice cream with a soy base in all your favourite flavours along with a few seasonal, festive flavours!

100% Vegan: Known for their creamy cashew milk, Kebbio also sells uber creamy cashew nut ice cream in classic flavours like Not Plain Vanilla and Dark Chocolate Chip.

Vegan Options: Massimo Gelato offers a large selection of vegan flavours as part of their healthy vegan range. 

100% Vegan: Creamy nut based ice cream in delicious flavours like Lemon Pie, pistachio and Almond Macchiato.

Vegan Options: The Parfait Scene offer a selection of vegan flavours including rice Milk & Biscuit and Banana, Fudge & Pecans. 

Vegan Options: Torry’s offer a selection of Thai dessert inspired, coconut, almond and soy based vegan ice creams as well as sorbets. During October, (vegetarian festival month), Torry’s Ice Cream shop goes 100% vegan! 

100% Vegan:

Tummy Pleasure have 16 plant-based gelato flavours! “A rich, sweet, oily taste, low fat, low calories, no trans fat, Plant-based/ Vegan formula, suitable for people allergic to cow’s milk… It maintains the creamy taste like it’s made from real cow’s milk” – Tummy Pleasure.

100% Vegan: One of Bangkok’s most famous vegan restaurants also offers its very own vegan ice cream sold by the scoop or the pint! 

100% Vegan: Veganisto offers coconut milk based ice cream in lots of delicious, creamy flavours including Thai Tea, Tiramisu and Banoffee Pie. 

100% Vegan: Well known for their almond milk, Young Mind Tai now also offer a selection of vegan gelato!

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