Sound the alarm—this is a public service announcement. Halo Top is launching seven new non-dairy flavors. And according to Women', two of the new Halo Top flavors are completely new to the Halo Top brand. 

New Flavor Flaves

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The seven new flavors, made with a coconut milk base, double the amount of Halo Top's dairy-free options. Say hello to Pancakes & Waffles, Birthday Cake, Candy Bar, Chocolate Almond Crunch, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, and as for the newbs, Toasted Coconut and Maple Vanilla. 

The flavors are said to taste pretty identical to their dairy-filled counterparts and have similar calorie counts, but are made with a little less protein (still, 12 grams per pint) and a lot less sugar (16-24 grams).

A Halo Top spokesperson told Women' that, they "don’t have any plans to offer dairy versions of Toasted Coconut or Maple Vanilla right now, but of course, you never know."

Dairy-Free Is On the Rise

This seems like a smart move for the high protein, low calorie ice cream brand. If it seems like everyone is vegan these days—from Ariana Grande to Waka Flocka, to Tom freaking Brady—you're not wrong. Vegan diets are on the rise.

GrubHub reported that there was a 19 percent increase in vegan dishes ordered in 2017, compared to the previous year. And according to data presented by research firm GlobalData last June, 6 percent of Americans now identify as vegans, compared to the 1 percent that did in 2014. 

Even if you're not a vegan, limiting your intake of dairy has many proven benefits, from smoother skin to weight loss. So, maybe it's worth a shot. 

The new Halo Top flavors will be available in stores in February, but if you can't wait a couple days, you can purchase them today on And if you just read this like, "WHAT? Halo Top has vegan flavors?!" You can head to the grocery store and pick up the seven other flavors that were launched last October.