Dairy gets a b-a-a-a-d rap. But, plot twist, not all dairy comes from cows. In fact, 65% of the world’s population drinks goat milk. We’re just used to goats being on memes here in Canada instead of on our milk cartons.
Spoiler alert: Goat milk is creamier, more nutrient packed and way easier for our lactose intolerant friends to digest than cow’s milk – plus it makes some darn good ice cream. Udderly Ridiculous Goat Milk Ice Cream is the G.O.A.T. of all alternatives. This indulgent, Ontario-made treat will level-up your dessert time (which doesn’t always have to be after dinner, btw).
Udderly comes in six unique flavours like wine and dark chocolate (hello, power couple), coffee and craft brew (different, but into it), and peachy mango tango (like a fruit smoothie, only better).
The team at Udderly Ridiculous know that smooth, delicious ice cream begins with quality ingredients. Each ice cream starts with fresh Ontario goat milk that’s blended with sustainable, local (where possible) ingredients like actual VQA Merlot wine and coffee infused craft Ontario beer.
They’re also dedicated to supporting communities and farms near and far through their ‘Gift A Goat’ program which contributes 10 cents from each tub sold towards buying goats for families and communities (through their partnership with World Vision). Talk about a real, feel good treat.
Udderly is so ridiculously tasty, that it’s even causing major beef to heat up between cows and goats. We’re not, not saying goats are better than cows, but Udderly Ridiculous Ice Cream is changing our minds and filling up our bowls – cartons also count as bowls (less dishes).