Ice cream Chocolate Brownie Crush

You have a crush? If they don’t come in chocolate brownie flavor, forget about them. Because when creamy chocolate teams up with chewy brownie chunks as delicious ice cream, your instincts tell you to practice some well-deserved self-love and put yourself first for once.

The moment you sit down with this champ, you know one thing: This one’s a real keeper. The vegan Chocolate Brownie Crush comes from the local sweet lupine and is therefore amazingly similar in taste to ice cream made from cow’s milk. Just far more sustainable.

Guilty pleasure? Maybe. Clear conscience? Definitely. Isn’t that the best kind of love?

Made from German sweet lupine seeds
Lactose-free by nature
Soy-free by nature
Without genetic modification
Without artificial coloring
Without artificial flavors
Average nutrition facts per 100 g
Calorific Value
770 kJ/184 kcal
Total Fat
8,6 g
– Saturated Fat
6,4 g
Total Carbohydrate
17,8 g
– Total Sugars
12,5 g
Dietary fiber
1,6 g
2,3 g
0,034 g

Water, lupin mixture 13% (water, lupin protein 2.5%), sugar, chocolate chips 8% (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter), coconut fat, brownie pieces 5% (wheat flour, cane sugar, sunflower oil, water, cocoa fat, emulsifier: lecithin; acidifier: Citric acid; invert sugar, cocoa, salt, vanilla paste (invert sugar syrup, sugar, water, bourbon vanilla extract, vanilla powder, thickener: agar-agar)), maltodextrin, glucose syrup, cocoa powder, cocoa butter, emulsifier: mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids, thickeners: locust bean gum, tara gum; bourbon vanilla extract, salt.

In case of peanut allergy, cross-reaction to lupine is possible.

Good to know: Changes to our recipes may, under certain circumstances, result in a different composition of ingredients/nutritional values. We therefore assume no liability for the product information provided on this page. The information given on the respective product packaging is authoritative.

Find out what’s inside

We create vegan alternatives to milk products. That’s why we used milk as a model: Milk consists of approximately 87% water – that’s why our products also have a similar water content.
Lupine mixture
We reproduce the milk protein with a patented process by extracting the lupine protein from the sweet lupine seeds.
Let’s do it the honest way: Currently, we have decided against artificial sweeteners and enjoy the original. By the way, cow's milk also contains sugar: up to 5 g per 100 ml.
Coconut fat
We use unhydrogenated coconut fat to come as close as possible to the taste, mouthfeel and consistency of the milk product. The coconut fat provides the necessary structure and the pleasant creamy mouthfeel.
A small amount of salt completes the natural flavor of the chocolate ice cream.
Our maltodextrin is obtained from corn and is used for creaminess in our products. It has a neutral taste and is not too sweet. Maltodextrin falls into the group of carbohydrates.
Glucose syrup
Glucose is a simple sugar and serves as food for the lactic acid cultures during fermentation. It is converted into lactic acid, which gives our product a subtly sour note. And don't worry: Despite the lactic acid, the ice cream is of course vegan.
Chocolate chips
Grated chocolate needs no explanation, it speaks for itself on your palate.
Cocoa powder
The basis of any chocolate product: cocoa powder is ground, de-oiled cocoa beans.
Cocoa butter
Cocoa butter is the valuable fat of the cocoa bean. It provides for a creamy-soft melting.
Emulsifier: mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids (rapeseed)
The mono- and diglycerides from rapeseed oil are used as a natural emulsifier. Emulsifiers ensure that liquids that normally do not mix well combine. The mono- and diglycerides support the emulsifying effect of the lupine protein.
Thickeners: locust bean gum
Locust bean gum comes from the ground seeds of the locust bean tree and is a high-quality thickener and binder.
Tara gum
Tara gum is a natural thickening agent obtained from the seeds of the tara bush. It gives the ice cream its stable, creamy consistency in combination with locust bean gum.
Vanilla extract bourbon
Bourbon vanilla extract is obtained by extracting the flavoring substances from the vanilla bean. We may also call it natural vanilla flavoring.
Brownie pieces
Deliciously rich brownie pieces – no words needed …

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