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Baskin-Robbins Just Dropped A New Non-Dairy Flavor
By AMY HAMBLEN

In 2019, Baskin-Robbins introduced a few non-dairy flavors, including a chocolate chip cookie dough flavor made from coconut oil and almond butter, and an oat milk-based strawberry streusel flavor. Though these are no longer available, Baskin-Robbins has continued to release new non-dairy flavors to their customers.

According to the chain's website, Baskin-Robbins has introduced its first non-dairy flavor made from coconut milk. The new flavor, Non-Dairy Mint Chocochunk, comprises a mint-flavored frozen dessert, semi-sweet chocolate chunks, and fudge swirls, but it will only be available for a limited time.

Mint Chocochunk will be joining another non-dairy flavor — Non-Dairy Salted Fudge Bar, an oat milk-based dark chocolate flavor with fudge swirls and fudge pieces. Additionally, another dairy-free option at Baskin-Robbins is the Daiquiri Ice, which combines lime puree and rum flavoring.