A pint of Ben & Jerry's Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary sitting on the kitchen bench top.

Review Of Ben & Jerry’s Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary 427ml

Ben & Jerry’s is an iconic ice cream brand loved for its imaginative range of flavours. Their pints usually include a lot of extra chunks and swirls to keep things exciting.

I taste-tested the entire range to work out if they live up to the hype. This review looks at Ben & Jerry’s Sundae Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary 427ml. Find out if it’s worth a spot in your freezer.

Holding a container of Ben & Jerry's Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary 427ml.
A close look at the packaging.

Is B&J Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary any good?

Ben & Jerry’s Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary is a vegan frozen dessert. The bottom layer mixes raspberry ice cream, sandwich cookies, and chocolatey cookie swirls. The top part of the tub is a soft whipped dessert with caramel swirls and chocolatey chunks.

Berry Revolutionary looks like an exciting flavour. They’ve raised the bar on what consumers can expect from vegan desserts. The almond flavour is hard to detect; it’s a huge step up from soy-based frozen desserts we’ve endured for years.

An unscooped pint of Ben & Jerry's Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary.
It’s a decent dairy-free ice cream.

However, this pint isn’t perfect. It’s super-sweet, and the combination of berry, choc, and caramel tastes weird. The raspberry was grainy and lacked the creaminess of traditional ice cream. I also found the chocolatey chunks tasted like cheap compound chocolate and didn’t bring much to the table.

Berry Revolutionary may not be perfect, but it stands out as one of the best vegan options. It shows how far plant based desserts have come in recent years. I’m eager to see how Ben & Jerry’s and others will continue to innovate in this space.

A scoop of BJ Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary.
It’s very sweet. Be warned.


  • Less calories and sugar than their non-vegan range.
  • One of the best plant-based options on offer.
  • No overwhelming soy or coconut flavour.
  • One small tub lasts longer than you’d expect.


  • Expensive for the pack size.
  • The flavours need work.
  • A very sweet frozen dessert.
  • Not made in Australia.
A bowl of Sundae Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary by B&J.
There’s a lot going on in this pack.

What do other customers think of this ice cream?

I looked at hundreds of online reviews to see what others think of this product. Here’s a summary:

The reviews for this frozen dessert show a variety of opinions. Many reviewers appreciate the vegan option, highlighting the innovative flavours and textures. They enjoyed the creamy, fruity, and chocolatey elements with crunchy cookie bits and caramel swirls.

The layered sundae concept was popular for its novelty and taste. However, some found the flavour combinations too sweet or artificial, and others noted a preference for other flavours over this one.

Though opinions on texture and consistency varied, the berry flavour was generally liked. Some found the ice cream too soft or too hard.

Despite some criticism, many would repurchase the product.

A partly eaten container of Sundae Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary.
There are mixed reviews.

What other pints are available in the B&J’s range?

  1. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream.
  2. Chocolate Fudge Brownie Ice Cream.    
  3. Chocolatey Love A-Fair Ice Cream
  4. Chewy Gooey Cookie​
  5. Cookie Dough S’Wich Up Ice Cream.
  6. Half Baked Ice Cream.
  7. Hazel-nuttin but chocolate Ice Cream.
  8. The Tonight Dough Ice Cream
  9. PB Over The Top Ice Cream.
  10. Mint Chocolate Cookie
  11. Oh My! Banoffee Pie! Ice Cream.  
  12. Phish Food Ice Cream.
  13. Sofa So Good Together
  14. Strawberry Cheesecake
  15. This is Our Whirled
  16. Tiramisu Ice Cream.
  17. Triple Caramel Chunk Ice Cream.
A top down pint of Ben & Jerry's Sundae Non Dairy Berry Revolutionary.
The B&J range is massive.


Cream and condensed skimmed milk are the primary dairy ingredients in this ice cream. The ice cream contains 7% choc sandwich cookies and 5% chocolatey cookie swirls. A sundae topping has 6% caramel swirls and 3% choc chunks.

Ingredients List: Water, sugar, glucose syrup, coconut fat, raspberries (8%), wheat flour, almond paste (2%), vegetable oils (rapeseed, sunflower), fat-reduced cocoa powder, cocoa powder, pea protein, soluble fibre (corn), emulsifiers (sunflower lecithins, soybean lecithins), stabilisers (guar gum, locust bean gum, carrageenan), salt, modified starch, natural flavourings, vanilla extract, molasses, raising agent (sodium bicarbonate), barley malt extract.

Nutrition information

Frozen desserts aren’t good for you, so eat them in moderation. This Ben & Jerry’s pint has 8.3g of saturated fat per 100g and 20.5g of sugar.

Servings per package: 4
Serving size: 85g

Quantity Per ServingQuantity Per 100ml
Fat, Total10.7g12.6g
Dietary Fibre
There’s less sugar and calories than most regular ice creams.

About the manufacturer

Ben & Jerry’s is an American company known for its innovative, chunk-filled ice cream flavours. It was founded in 1978 in Burlington, Vermont, by Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield.

The brand has built a reputation for its commitment to social causes and environmental sustainability.

Ben & Jerry’s operates as a subsidiary of Unilever following its acquisition in 2000.

B&J is recognised for its creative flavour names and focus on using fair trade-certified ingredients and cage-free eggs. It maintains a global presence, selling products in over 35 countries.

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