15
JAN
2015

LaLoo’s vs. Haagen-Dazs

LaLoo’s is the “Smartest Thing in the Freezer.” Just check out how it compares to Haagen-Dazs.
26
AUG
2014

White Hot Summer: Celebrate Labor Day with LaLoo’s!

Labor Day is summer’s last great celebration. It’s a chance to reconnect with family and friends, head outside and fire up the barbecue for one last hurrah before the seasons change and the kids go back to school. Interested in hosting a white-hot summer soiree? Here’s what to...
18
AUG
2014

Get Your Goat: Make an Ice Cream Goat Sundae

Sometimes, it’s perfectly fine to play with your food. We do it here at LaLoo’s, and here’s why: Food should be fun! Because LaLoo’s is made from fresh, delicious goat’s milk, the next time you want to combine a little snack time with arts and crafts, try making a tasty little...
14
AUG
2014

Ways to Reuse Empty LaLoo’s Ice Cream Containers

At LaLoo’s, we love green. And not just because Rumplemint, one of our deliciously creamy ice creams, is green! Green means good for the environment, too. Our favorite way to be green? Reusing our pretty little pint containers at home! Here are a few great ways to turn an empty...
08
AUG
2014

Putin Blanco and Olaf’s Super Melt

Putin Blanco: (a frozen cocktail) Kaluha and Vodka with a small round scoop of Vanilla Snowflake. Olaf’s Super Melt*: Vanilla Snowflake milkshake, just add goat milk! Serve with carrots.  (alternate: carrot cake with a scoop of Laloo’s Vanilla Snowflake)
05
AUG
2014

The Drunken Goat: Frosty Adult Beverage Made with LaLoo’s

Milkshakes are pretty awesome. But there are two things that can make a milkshake better. One of those things is using healthy, creamy goat’s milk ice cream in place of regular ice cream. The other thing? A little liquor! After the kids go to bed, pop some bottles and a pint of...
30
JUL
2014

Stay Cool: Keeping Your LaLoo’s Cold Outside

Summer is, well, hot. It’s coincidentally the season when you’re most likely to host outdoor events such as pool parties and barbecues. Why are we outdoors so often when the temperatures rise? Two words: ice cream. So how do you keep your LaLoo’s goat’s milk ice cream from...
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