Review: Simply Ice Cream

Simply the best?

Indulgence range
Indulgence range

A bit weird talking about ice-cream in winter I know. but what can I say, I’ve become attached to simply ice cream!

3 reasons why? One, the taste; it’s delicious and so full of flavour and unlike most ice creams, you still get the full rich flavour regardless of how long it has been in the freezer.

Two, the options; I’ve never really been a lover of generic ice cream flavours and Simply has a lot of flavours to satisfy even the fussiest of ice cream eaters. I’m talking creamy cinnamon which is my favourite, indulgent vanilla and Honey comb crunch to fruit sorbets and Christmas pudding which I’m saving for Christmas:)

I’ve also just purchased festive flavours, (caramelised) Brown Bread ice cream, Pistachio ice cream, Coffee and Kentish Cobnut Fudge ice cream and Lemon Curd ice cream. Let’s just say, it’ll be a very good Christmas!

Three, it’s all natural and mostly gluten free. The range is made using natural locally sourced ingredients, it’s all home-made flavours and free from additives or preservatives. You can never go wrong with natural ingredients when living a healthy lifestyle.

Simply also comes in comes in 120ml small tubs, 500ml sharing tubs, 2 and 4.7 litres; I usually go for the 120ml small tubs as it’s completely guilt free and I don’t have to worry about over indulging.

I’ve been thinking about Christmas gifts and it occurred to me Simply ice cream will be perfect for a few deserving friends, that is if I don’t eat it all. To buy or learn more about Simply ice cream, visit


About Elsie Boat

Hi, I’m Elsie, the writer, editor, and all-round wordsmith of this blog. I’m a lifestyle journalist and copywriter, and have been writing about beauty and lifestyle for 10+ years.

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