The First Oatmilk Based Flavor Offered By A Major Ice Cream Shop

Baskin Robbins is one of the biggest ice cream retailers in the world today. They have thousands of shops around the world and can be found in many different countries offering their ice cream, coffee, and baked goods.

At Baskin Robbins you can find that they have cakes, pies, sundaes, shakes, and a variety of sweet treats for when that craving hits.

Baskin Robbins in B.C.

There are several Baskin Robbins shops that have been opened in Canada, they employ thousands of Canadians and serve communities in B.C. and other provinces.

Baskin Robbins offers a variety of different ice cream flavors and over the decades they have come to offer more than 1,300 unique ice cream flavors.

One of their more recent options is the oatmilk-based Strawberry Streusel that offers a plant based option for ice cream. This is a non-dairy strawberry flavored ice cream that marks the first oatmilk- based ice cream option to be offered by a major national ice cream shop.

The Non-Dairy Strawberry Streusel

The new oatmilk based flavor of the month from Baskin Robbins is a strawberry option that is sweet, smooth, and offers a plant-based option from the ice cream shop for those who want it.

This new oatmilk strawberry variety is a vegan friendly option that is likely to bring many in to grab a taste. It comes with a little bit of cinnamon granola and is a new experience and flavor that they are hoping people love.

May 2021 Flavor of the Month brings you the Baskin Robbins Non-Dairy Strawberry Streusel

This isn’t the only oatmilk based flavor that they are going to come up with for options on the menu at Baskin Robbins. They are also looking at releasing more oatmilk options later this year.

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