Gluten Free Ice Creams and Icy Poles

Gluten Free Ice Creams and Icy Poles

Summer is almost here so which ice creams and icy poles are gluten free in Australia?

To the newly gluten free or recently diagnosed coeliac you can be forgiven for thinking “Why would they put wheat in my ice cream?” Unfortunately a lot of ‘may contains’ come up on packaging, which is not safe for the Aussie coeliac.

Note: this list only includes stick / single serve ice creams. There are tubs out there that are gluten free, like Bulla Murray Street. However I want to keep this short and sweet, only sticks!

So, take a scroll through this list, write some notes and get down to the shops right away!

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Gluten free by ingredient

Most of the items on this list are gluten free by ingredient. This means they have no gluten containing ingredients and no may contains. However, they are not labelled gluten free and not tested.

Glucose syrup and dextrose from wheat

Glucose syrup from wheat is gluten free – this is because glucose is a simple sugar while gluten is a complex protein. This is the case for dextrose too. You can read more about this on the Coeliac Australia website.

Gluten free and dairy free ice creams and icy poles

Click here to skip to the dairy free / vegan section.

Gluten free ice creams and icy poles

Aldi

The standard pretend Magnum range at Aldi are not gluten free. However, their rotation of limited edition flavours are totally fine! Aldi doesn’t put their range online so it’s more difficult to get photos of these but I encourage you to check every time you’re in.

Most recently we’ve had coconut pistachio, but that box is long gone!

Honeycomb ‘Magnum’

Sorry if you searched for Magnum and got this – I don’t know what else to fairly call them. As I mention above, the special edition flavours are generally gluten free with no may contain. Sadly most of the standard flavours are not.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Mint ‘Magnum’

One other Magnum copy is looking good to go, mint! I noticed these had changed September 2023, when it happened I’m not too sure. I just picked up a packet full of hope and was rewarded! The only wheat listed is glucose syrup so we’re good!

Allergens: Milk, wheat*, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Aldi monarc mint ice cream ingredients and packaging

Kapiti Honey and Passionfruit Yoghurt

Honey flavoured yoghurt coated in a passionfruit shell, sounds delightful! This will be my next Aldi ice cream purchase for sure.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Kapiti Nelson Boysenberry

Kapiti is actually a New Zealand brand and I believe Aldi is the only place you’ll find their products in Australia. This one is similar to a Magnum with a thick chocolate shell. You can see the full ingredients on the Kapiti website.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Mini Frozen Yoghurt

These are very similar to the Bulla mini frozen yoghurt sticks. In fact, looking at the flavours I think they are the same. Okay, I just read through the ingredients and yep, they are the same as the Bulla ones further up the list!

Allergens: Milk.

Bulla

Fudge bars mmmm yes! All the chocolate fudgy goodness. Honestly you can’t go wrong. Only allergen is milk, zero may contains.

Fudge bars with ingredients to show they are gluten free. Only allergen is milk

Choc bars are basically a Choc Wedge, shout out to anyone who remembers those! Vanilla ice cream in a thin crisp layer of chocolate. It’s great, best of both worlds, without so much chocolate that it becomes sickly.

Nourish are also made by Bulla and come in a chocolate and banana flavour. These contain milk and soy and may contain egg and tree nuts.

Splits

Raspberry splits, yessss! And not a mango flavour in sight. Luckily my husband likes mango so he gets all of those when we buy the mixed packets. These contain milk and may contain egg.

Splits wildberry, orange and tropical are ice creams with a fruit ice shell. They contain milk and may contain egg.

The Splits range just keeps on going this pack has raspberry, mango and lemon & lime.

Frozen yoghurts

The Bulla mini frozen yoghurt are such a nice treat. As the name suggests they are quite small but it’s still satisfying. I also like how they identify the packaging – I really don’t like mango so I avoid that at all costs.

Allergens: Milk.

Photo of Bulla mini frozen yoghurt box and list of ingredients showing all flavours are gluten free.
I love that they list the ingredients for every item separately.

Bulla makes two regular frozen yoghurt on a stick products with five flavours in total.

  • Frozen yoghurt mango, apricot and passion fruit
  • Frozen yoghurt mango, wildberry and strawberry.

Both are gluten free by ingredient, only allergen is milk and there are no may contains.

Chupa Chups

Mixed minis Chupa Chups ice creams are made by Bulla. They are gluten free by ingredient and include two icy pole flavours and one ice cream in the style of a split. Milk is the only allergen in these.

Peters

The Peters website is pretty helpful on what is gluten free, however they tend to show only what is legit, tested gluten free. They won’t include GF by ingredient in their filter.

Barney Banana

I’m not sure I ate these as a kid growing up, but I definitely had banana Paddle Pops. Like the Billabong below it lists wheat as an allergen but it is from glucose syrup meaning it is free from gluten.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Billabong

Please note the very similar Paddle Pop is not gluten free as it contains malt extract (barley). While it says contains wheat it is from glucose syrup.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

I was looking at Dixie Cup on the Woolworths website and it listed wheat (glucose) so I did a wee search and found that Dixie Cups are now in fact, endorsed by Coeliac Australia.

Photo of Dixie Cup box of ice creams and list of ingredients showing that it is gluten free.
So nice to see a legit gluten-free ice cream

Twin Pole

Now be warned, every other flavour I’ve seen for Twin Poles has a may contain for wheat / gluten, but this flavour lemon lime is fine!
Allergens: Nil. May contain: Milk, peanut, tree nuts.

Coles

Coles have a few home brand items that are gluten free, woohoo!

Mango sorbet

I’ve seen photos of these on Instagram from my buddy thehardycoeliac years ago but then they disappeared. However April 2024 they have reappeared in the shops! Note that they erroneously list wheat and gluten in the allergens, but it’s for glucose syrup so it’s ok!

  • Mango sorbet mini sticks. Allergens: Wheat, gluten*. May contain: Milk, peanut, tree nuts.

Choc sticks

Another riff on the classic Choc Wedge, these are super cheap too since they are Coles home-brand.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: tree nuts.

Irresistible

I’m not sure if I never noticed these or they are new? Anyway, January 2024 I spotted two Magnum dupes that are GF by ingredient (because wheat glucose is totally ok!). There’s a few in the Coles Irresistible range, they all have wheat glucose listed but are fine!

  • Almond. Allergens: Milk, almond, soy, wheat*. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.
  • Vanilla. Allergens: Milk, soy, wheat*. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Denada

I haven’t actually tried Denada and while it is in the ice cream section I think its technically not ice cream. It is however iced confection and it is legit gluten free (not detected). According to their website all but one product is gluten free – the only one that isn’t is cookies and cream tub (it doesn’t have wheat but it’s got a may contain).

The deal with this brand is that it is sugar free which is great news for diabetics and those watching their intake. It does mean that the products contain sugar alternatives like xylitol, inulin and monk fruit extract.

Vanilla & Almond

These look just like a Magnum, vanilla filling covered in chocolate and almond pieces.

Allergens: Milk, almond, soy. May contain: Egg, macadamia, peanut.

Mint

Of all the Denada products the mint stick is what I’d go for, it’s definitely the ice cream I miss the most. This one has 70% dark chocolate, meaning it’ll be like a rich After Eight in ice cream form.

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Egg, macadamia, peanut, almond.

Choc & hazelnut

This starts with chocolate ice cream that is coated in crushed hazelnuts before being dipped in milk chocolate.

Allergens: Milk, hazelnut, soy. May contain: Egg, macadamia, peanut, almond.

Caramel

A sugar free caramel ice cream coated in dark chocolate. I was looking at the Denada website and for the ingredients they’ve accidentally put up the almond ingredients again. I wrote to them and they confirmed the ingredients were incorrect and that they’d update. It’s been several months now and it hasn’t changed. The ingredients were sent to me, there are no almonds in this, but they may contain almond (it wasn’t specified in the email).

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Egg, macadamia, hazelnut, almond, peanut.

Ferrero

Believe or not but in May 2023 Ferrero released two ice cream flavours in Australia! Ferrero Rocher and Rafaello ice cream. You can see full details on my dedicated post.

Note: There’s now a dark chocolate one available but it has a may contain warning for gluten.

There’s no wafers and no may contain for gluten!
Coconut, almond and white chocolate goodness.

Golden North

Golden North is an ice cream company based in South Australia, as such most of their stockists are based in SA. However I did see (and taste) their ice cream on my recent trip to Uluru!

They have a stockist locator on their website – be sure to type in the region so the map updates. When I put in Melbourne over 20 stockists appeared, mostly IGA stores.

You can see their full gluten free range on their website. In terms of single ice creams they have giant twins and swing – which looks like a dairy version of a calippo.

Giant Twins

These ice creams are a long bar of ice cream coated in a thin layer of crisp chocolate. there’s a little dent half way in the bar and the idea is that you can break the bar in half and share it. They are all labelled gluten free but no testing details on the nutrition panel. Oddly the few I’ve looked at contain gelatine so keep in mind that these are not vegetarian.

Giant Twins come in banana, vanilla, honey, salted caramel, iced coffee, spearmint and strawberry. There’s even a limited edition licorice flavour – ew!

Photos of the packaging for six of the giant twins flavours.
It is magical to see so many flavours, all gluten free

Swing

It looks like a calippo but it’s dairy! It comes in strawberry, banana and chocolate. These also contain gelatine.

Three dairy options with Swing

While looking at the Golden North website a little further I found out there are also non dairy Swing icy poles. I’ve added them further down the list in the dairy free section.

Greenback

This is the brand with the big ol’ gorilla on the box. I think they are both a plant-based brand and one with high-protein products. They have a pretty impressive 11g of protein per stick, so if that’s your thing – get on it! While these are vegan and dairy free they have a may contain for milk.

  • Peanut with Mylk Choc Protein Ice Cream. Allergens: Soy, peanut. May contain: Egg, milk, almond, macadamia, hazelnut.
  • Caramel with Mylk Choc Protein Ice Cream. Allergens: Soy. May contain: Egg, milk, peanut, almond, macadamia, hazelnut. 
  • Vanilla Hazelnut with Mylk Choc Protein Ice Cream. Allergens: Soy, hazelnut. May contain: Egg, milk, peanut, almond, macadamia. 

Haagen Dasz

Say whaaaaat! Haagen Dasz has stick ice creams yes yes yes! They are newly arrived at Woolworths (I spotted them Oct 2023). There are two packs for four flavours in total and all are GF by ingredient.

  • Haagen-dazs Mini Choc Almond & Vanilla Caramel Almond. Allergens: Milk, Egg, Soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.
  • Haagen-dazs Mini Macadamia Nut & Salted Caramel. Allergens: Milk, Macadamia, Egg, Soy. May contain: Peanut, other tree nuts.

Little Moons Mochi

These guys get two listings as two of their original flavours are vegan and are in the dairy free section below.

In October 2023 Little Moons Mochi released five new flavours! I’ve put them all in one photo below, you’ll see the flavours and allergens listed too.

Honey Roasted Pistachio

Honestly without writing this post I would have assumed this flavour was also dairy free / vegan. It shows that it is worth reading the ingredients every time.

Allergens: Soy, milk, pistachio. May contain: Other tree nuts, peanuts, sesame.

Golden Blond Chocolate

Golden Blond chocolate.. I guess that’s a non-lawsuit way of saying Caramilk?

Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Egg, peanut, tree nuts.

New flavours October 2023

  • Summer Raspberry. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.
  • Himalayan Salted Caramel. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Egg, peanut, tree nuts.
  • Iced Latte Coffee. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.
  • Strawberries & Cream. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.
  • Madagascan Vanilla. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.
The packaging of new little moons mochi flavours

Refreshos

These are new for 2024 and made by Little Moons. The difference? They appear to be more of a sorbet style rather than an ice cream. They are vegan but have a may contain for dairy.

  • Very Berry. Allergens: Soy. May contain: Milk, peanut, tree nuts.
  • Pineapple and Mandarin. Allergens: Soy. May contain: Milk, peanut, tree nuts.

Magnum

Drum roll! October 2023, a few new Magnum flavours were released in Australia and it turns out two are gluten free by ingredient! Over in Europe it’s actually labelled gluten free, and these it seems are made in Germany and Poland, so most likely the same ones!

  • Magnum Double Sunlover, coconut and mango. Allergen: Milk. May contain: Egg, soy, tree nuts.
  • Magnum Ego caramel . Allergen: Milk. May contain: Soy, almond.

Magnum mini double caramel comes in a packet of six with three of each flavour. One flaovur is GF by ingredient but the other isn’t. I’ve put a line through the second one so you know its full of gluten!

  • Magnum mini caramel almond. Allergens: Almond, milk. May contain: Hazelnut, walnut, soy.
  • Magnum mini gold caramel. Allergens: Gluten, milk, wheat. May contain: Almond, cashew, egg, soy.

Snickers

Annoyingly photos of the ingredients aren’t readily available online so I had to get down to the store for these.

Regular

Honestly the Snickers ice cream might just be better than the real deal. Take a snickers bar and replace the nougat inside with ice cream and that’s what it is. Delicious. Gluten free when you consider that the wheat in it is from glucose syrup. Update: the glucose syrup listing doesn’t even say from wheat anymore, woohoo!

Allergens: Peanut, milk, soy. May contain: Tree nuts.

White chocolate

The white chocolate snickers ice creams are technically gluten free. This is because they list wheat as an allergen when it is from glucose syrup.

Allergens: Peanut, milk, soy. May contain: Tree nuts.

Twisted

Low sugar / not sugar is Twisted unique selling point but happily many of their ice creams are also gluten free! October 2023 saw a huge range of new items from them. Some of which featured in my first ever Instagram reel!

  • Vanilla Latte dipped Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Nuts.
  • Rich Chocolate Allergens: Milk. May contain: Nuts.
  • Vanilla Bean dipped. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Nuts.
  • Hazelnut dipped. Allergens: Milk, soy. May contain: Nuts.

That’s not a typo, the hazelnut ice cream doesn’t have hazelnuts, but is still produced in a facility that uses nuts.

There’s also a range called Super Pops – I feel like they are for kids? Maybe it’s the monsters on the packaging.

  • Banana Supa Pops. Allergens: Milk. May contain: Nuts.
  • Chocolate milkshake Supa Pops. Allergens: Milk. May contain: Nuts.
  • Cookie dough Supa Pops. Allergens: Milk. May contain: Nuts.

Weis

The Weis brand is all legit gluten free with the label on the front and nil detected on the back. Weis are a little more expensive than the average ice cream but they are premium in quality. They are also surprisingly easy to share! Just slice the bar in half while still in the packet for a decadent mini treat.

Mango is probably the most classic of all the Weis flavours and the one you’d most typically find in a service station.

Weis mango ice cream packet showing it is labelled gluten free. Ingredients show it contains milk and may contain tree nuts.

Original fruito is a combination of banana, pineapple and passion fruit with a creamy side.

Pineapple and lime minis are a tiny version of these ice cream bars. Discovered in my mother’s freezer I think they are a newly returned product. They are delicious, there’s bits of crushed pineapple inside too, definitely has a pina colada vibe.

Weis pineapple lime and coconut ice cream bars with ingredients to show they are gluten free.

Passion fruit, davidson plum and raspberry and macadamia mango are also gluten free. Raspberry and coconut and the Weis chocolate ice cream bar are dairy free. I’ve listed them in the Dairy Free section below.

Woolworths

In June 2023 I was wandering the ice cream aisle and noticed a few items I hadn’t seen before. I would say these are Woolworths exclusives so I’ll leave them under this heading. The mini variety pack updated at some point, now all four flavours are GF by ingredient (used to be just two).

  • Woolworths Mini Variety Pack Classic Flavours Ice Cream Sticks 12 Pack
  • Leone Vanilla Classic Sticks 6 Pack
  • Leone Vanilla Almond Sticks 6 Pack

Both the Leone items list wheat in the allergens, however this is for glucose syrup so it’s all good!

Dairy free and gluten free ice creams and icy poles

I know so many folk out there who are either gluten free and have a dairy allergy or gluten free and vegan. So every time I build a mega list article I do my best to include a separate dairy free section and make note of what is vegan.

I have also written where something is dairy free but has a ‘may contain’. I’ve taken photos of the ingredients where possible so you can check for yourself.

Aldi

There are also a few items at Aldi that are both gluten and dairy free, even with no may contain.

Passionfruit Sorbet

These little pots of Italian style sorbet look so lovely. Most recently I’ve seen mango and passionfruit, but I think I saw pistachio and maybe chocolate earlier in the year. It’s also vegan 🙂

Allergens: None!

Mango sorbet

Another classic sorbet flavour is of course mango. This is also legit dairy free and vegan.

Allergens: None!

Stackers Rainbow

Okay so these are definitely just Lifesavers in an Aldi box. Ingredients are almost identical and allergens are the same.

Allergens: Nil. May contain: Peanut, tree nuts.

Joey Pops

These are icy poles in cola, lemonade and raspberry. They are mini sized so perfect for little ones :).

Allergens: Nil.

I love this graphic, the roo is so adorable!

Juicies

I feel like this brand only popped up recently but according to their website they’ve been around for years. These icy poles come in pouches, kind of like a Sunny Boy. They’re made with fruit juice, so they are naturally gluten free. There’s three flavours in stores in Australia, lemonade, tropical and wildberry. You can get all three at IGAs, lemonade and tropical at Coles and just tropical at Woolies.

Packaging for Juicies icy poles that are naturally gluten free.
I know I said three flavours, but orange doesn’t appear to be on sale in Australia.

Bulla

Despite the huge list in the dairy section Bulla does offer some dairy free items.

The icy pops by Bulla come in raspberry, cola and lemonade. Happily there are no allergens and no may contain. They are also vegan!

Life savers

Hooray for a gluten free label on the front and not detected on the nutrition panel.

Allergens: Nil. May contain: Peanuts, tree nuts.

Peters

Icy pole

These icy poles come in classic lemonade and also raspberry. If you’re searching for it online be prepared to misspell it as icey pole – that’s how it’s listed on the Woolworths website and IGA.

Allergens: None. May contain: Peanuts and tree nuts.

Frosty Fruits

Back when I was in school there was just the one Frosty Fruits flavour. Quite cool to see there are three now and all gluten free!

Even better, Frosty Fruits are legit gluten free – endorsed by Coeliac Australia. You can see the ingredients and endorsement details on the Peter’s website.

Further they are vegan and completely dairy free – no may contain for dairy. For allergens all three flavours may contain traces of peanuts and tree nuts.

Rescue Pops

I came across Rescue Pops in January 2023 and I am very happy to say they are gluten free by ingredient. They are made using rescued plums that would otherwise have gone to waste – it’s a feel good icy pole!

Little Moons Mochi

It’s so exciting to see these in Australia. Little Moons Mochi have been available for years over in the UK and I’m sure other parts of the world. They are gluten free as standard and often vegan. Depending on the size of the shop you’ll get loads of flavour options as well.

They are legit gluten free – 0g detected on the nutrition label. At the moment they are exclusive to Woolworths.

Note: They are a may contain for dairy, so not suitable if you are sensitive.

Passionfruit and Mango

There’s six to a packet so it is a bit pricy but nice to have fun new flavours. This is vegan too.

Allergens: Soy, cashew. May contain: Milk, tree nuts, peanuts, sesame.

Belgian Chocolate and Hazelnut

Chocolate ice cream with little hazelnut pieces, vegan friendly.

Allergens: Soy, hazelnut. May contain: Milk, peanut, sesame, other tree nuts.

Magnum

Now this will be a surprise to many but recently the ingredients changed on the plant-based Magnum range. They’ve removed the ingredient stabiliser E407 which can be derived from wheat. It’s great news so it’s no longer an allergen and not listed as a may contain.

It is important to note that online stores like Coles and Woolworths still have the old ingredients listed as does the Aussie Magnum website. But, I’ve got photos taken in Oct / Nov 2022 to show you it’s good to go!

As always, check the ingredients on the box before you buy in case the store still has old stock.

Almond Magnum

Gluten free, dairy free and vegan – woohoo!

Allergens: Almond May contain: Hazelnuts, soy.

Classic Magnum

Vanilla ice cream and a chocolate coating. No allergens, woohoo! I’ve actually had these (I don’t need DF) and they are great, there’s no strong non-dairy taste like you can find with some coconut-based ice creams.

May contain: Almond, hazelnut, soy.

Sea Salt Caramel Magnum

Salted caramel is gluten free too, which I think covers all options! This one took me a while to find a photo, but as of now (Feb 2023) online listings are up to date with new ingredients so you can shop with confidence.

May contain: Almond, hazelnut, soy.

Mochi Ice

Lychee

The nice thing about this flavour is there are no allergens or may contains. So it is fully dairy free and vegan.

Allergens: Nil. May contain: Nil.

Green Tea / Matcha

This is a regular purchase in our house, I absolutely love matcha ice cream and it’s just so nice to have this in a perfect little single serve. We buy it when it’s on sale at Coles, it’s usually $7.50 but can go as low as half price.

Allergens: Nil. May contain: Nil.

Chocolate

The chocolate flavour is also really nice, the chocolate is rich and you don’t notice that it’s dairy free.

Allergens: Nil. May contain: Nil.

Mango

A lovely tropical flavour, I love seeing that little not detected. Dairy free and vegan :).

Allergens: Nil. May contain: Nil.

Pana Organic

Probably the closest to a dairy ice cream you’ll get is the range by Pana Organic. It’s also the closest most gluten free folk can get to a Magnum. Side note: did you know Magnums are gluten free overseas? Scandalous!

They have an almond with mylk chocolate (contains almond, may contain tree nuts), hazelnut with mylk chocolate (contains hazelnut, may contain tree nuts), and white coco crunch – yep, crunchy GF biscuit pieces (may contain tree nuts)!

These are legit gluten free as you can see on the front of the label. They are tested with nil detected. You can read the ingredients on the Pana Organic website.

Proud and Punch

Chocolate that’s bananas (contains almond and soy) and coconuts for mango (contains soy) are legit gluten free (nil detected). While they are plant based they all have a may contain for milk, peanuts and tree nuts.

Caramel date night is also gluten free – not detected for gluten! It contains almonds and soy. It has a may contain for milk, peanuts and tree nuts.

You can see on the nutrition panel gluten – not detected!

The Proud and Punch pining for lime for lime is gluten free of course. It contains soy and may contain milk, peanuts and tree nuts.

Queensland pineapple and lemon myrtle? So aussie!

Cashew Creamery

I almost left these off my list because somehow they are not on the Woolies website! But I do see them regularly in my local store. They are pricey around $8 for four ice creams that look rather smaller. However I have seen them go as low as half price during promotions.

They are legit gluten free, dairy free, soy free and vegan. Across the flavours, chocolate, vanilla, mint, coffee and strawberry the allergens and may contain are all the same.

Allergens: Cashew. May contain: peanuts.

You can see the full range, including the ingredients, on the Cashew Creamery website.

Cyclones

Cyclone icy poles are made by Streets – you’ll see on the ingredients that it says contains wheat. However, if you look at the ingredients the ‘wheat’ is from dextrose – which we know is gluten free.

While this is vegan and dairy free it does have a may contain for milk.

Swing

Swing, by Golden North, is like a Calippo icy pole. While you’ll best find these around South Australia they are available in other parts of Oz. I personally saw them and ate one in Yulara on my trip to the Uluru! They come in lemonade, raspberry and cola.

Packaging of three Swing icy pole flavours, lemonade, raspberry and cola.
A refreshing lemonade style icy pole in a handy tube!

Weis

While researching I noticed two of the Weis flavours are dairy free as well as gluten free.

  • Raspberry & Coconut
  • Dark Chocolate & Coconut 
  • Dark chocolate and blood orange (spotted in Aldi June 2023!)

Zooper Dooper

Random anecdote: I was trying to find something like a Zooper Dooper at a supermarket in the UK. A guy from New Zealand walked past, interrupting to say, “You want to find a Zooper Dooper? Good luck.” Ha! Yeah, not a thing outside Australia.

Allergen: Sulphites.

Did you enjoy this shopping guide? Let me know in the comments!

Don’t forget to check out my list of gluten free ice cream tubs available across Australia. It includes dairy free and vegan options!


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6 thoughts on “Gluten Free Ice Creams and Icy Poles”

    • I’m so pleased to hear this Jameela! I’ll be added more summer content in the coming months and helping everyone get ready for Easter so make sure you check back again soon! x Kati

    • Thank you so much Mel! It has definitely been one of the more enjoyable lists to write, a great excuse to try more ice creams! 😀 x Kati

  • Thanks for the list! I had a reaction to utopia almond last week… at least that’s what after reading your page it would have been. The box had been thrown out so I didn’t get to check it, but likely was purchased in Last 4-5 weeks. Today I checked in the freezer at utopia almond and couldn’t find any mention of gluten or wheat. Do you think they’ve changed the recipe recently???

    • Hi Olivia!

      So sorry to hear you had a reaction – I hope you’re all healed up now and feeling better.

      It’s absolutely possible something has changed over at Utopia! From memory the issue with the regular Utopia flavours was the may contain warning for cereals containing gluten. If they have enhanced their cleaning processes it may be that they are now safe.

      I’ll certainly have a look the next few times I visit Aldi – it may be the latest batches are good but there could still be some older stock lying out.

      Thanks for letting me know, I do love almond choc ice creams!

      Kati x

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