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Brownice Ice Cream

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Brownice offers dairy-free, vegan and all-natural ice cream that are made from organic brown rice milk, fruits and nuts.

Mon - Thu: 13:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sun: 13:00 - 00:00

+65 64566431
$5 based on 15 submissions
Healthy Eating (4 votes), Children/Family (3 votes), Hidden Find (3 votes)
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Ice-cream substitutes take the spotlight

All that food we've been having - we went for a lunchtime run today to burn some of it off. Not wanting to negate our workout yet still wanting a treat, we settled for this dairy-free vegan double chocolate cookie ice-cream made from organic brownrice ($3.80 + $0.80 because it's a premium flavour). It's not as creamy as ice-cream made without substitutes, but Brownice definitely makes up for the lack of cream with robust chocolate flavours and chewable texture.

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• 26 Sep 2014 • 296 reviews • 15 followers

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All that food we've been having - we went for a lunchtime run today to burn some of it off. Not wanting to negate our workout yet still wanting a treat, we settled for this dairy-free vegan double chocolate cookie ice-cream made from organic brownrice ($3.80 + $0.80 because it's a premium flavour). It's not as creamy as ice-cream made without substitutes, but Brownice definitely makes up for the lack of cream with robust chocolate flavours and chewable texture.
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  • Double chocolate cookie
• 24 Jun 2014 • 74 reviews • 1 follower

Great choice for vegans!

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For the full review and more photos, please visit http://makanarts.com/2014/04/28/brownice-sin-ming-centre/

The Upper Thomson area has enjoyed popularity for offering  different F&B choices. Ice cream parlours are no strangers here, with Salted Caramel, Udders, NeLi and Scoopz within the shophouses. One of the earliest tenants of the area, Brownice, is located further inwards, within Sin Ming Centre, which specializes in ice cream made from all natural, egg-free and non-dairy products.

Satisfying my waffle cravings, I ordered the Waffles with Peanut Butter Chocolate ($7.30; $3.80 for waffles, $3.50 for 1 scoop). The waffles is crisp on the outside and moist on the inside. The Peanut Butter Chocolate accompanying it, while trying to strike a balance between both flavours, tasted more chocolatey than the peanut butter taste.

Anyone can enjoy the ice cream here without feeling guilty due to the nature of the contents. If you are around the Sin Ming / Upper Thomson area, this is one spot that should not be missed.
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• 15 Feb 2014 • 261 reviews • 8 followers

vegan ice cream with a coconut taste

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Full post and pics on http://dairycream.blogspot.jp/2014/01/brownice.html

Vegan food, vegan desserts and now......vegan ice cream. Brownice, a vegan ice cream parlor with a blue avatar, has kicked out a previous gourmet ice cream shop Ice Kimo at Sin Ming Centre.    No dairy, no eggs, low fat, suitable for lactose-intolerant…These surely sounds like an attractive health contract. But the sweet treat is not necessarily a low-calorific indulgence. After all, unrefined sugar, nuts and brown rice are still used   Texture-wise, the ice-cream (two scoops for is not as smooth as most ice cream parlours including below320nitro. Luckily, both the Madagascar Vanilla and Cookies & Cream were not too sweet. Not too sure if coconut milk was used but there was an odd coconut aroma which lingers on.   Don’t mistake, I love coconut but perhaps I’ll save it for other desserts.Constructed of French Chocolate, Hazelnut Chocolate ice cream and a raw crust, the tri-layer mudpie $9.80 refused to budge despite being left in room temperature for 20min. The ice cream flavours were more tolerable than the individual scoops earlier, and lovely contrasted with the salty biscuit base. The original toppings of caramelized salt almonds which ran out of stock, was a sign that they are likely to be tastier than our chocolate chips and granola.    Due to the ingredients, the price of Brownice’s vegan ice cream is not very nice. But perhaps its a good investment for our health.Full post and pics on http://dairycream.blogspot.jp/2014/01/brownice.html
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