simply indulgent, truly heavenly
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    The best bought ice cream ever. Celebrity chef James Martin from Saturday Kitchen

Simply Ice Cream

Natural ice cream lovingly handmade in small batches in the heart of Kent

We believe that simple natural food tastes best. Our ice cream is lovingly handmade in small batches in the heart of Kent using only simple, natural and fresh local ingredients. We do not use artificial colours, additives or preservatives and we only use the finest ingredients and seasonal fruit. Owner Sally Newall, mother of four children, qualified cook and successful wedding and party caterer along with her team produce our range of decadent, luxury ice creams in Bonnington, Ashford using British dairy products, Kentish seasonal fruits and ingredients from top suppliers sourced locally where possible. The result is an award-winning truly unbelievable taste!

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Friday is here at last. Now, what to have for the weekend....
Heavenly Honeycomb or Divine Chocolate. Which would you choose?

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Love is in the air today here at Simply HQ. Spread the love.. 🥰 #happyvalentines #simplydelicious #hearts #icecream #kentmade #love #vanilla

Its Heavenly Honeycomb making day today. My favourite day, as it makes the office smell amazing. Find you local stockist to find your tub!

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Don't forget you can grab a tub of Simpy Ice cream at you local @waitrose. A fantastic addition to your evening pudding or fabulous on it's own. #fridaynighttreat #icecream #simplythebest #Vanilla #yummy

Have you heard.... Its Friday! Whats going to be your weekend treat. a succulent Sorbet or indulgent Ice Cream. #friyay #FridayNightFeast #simplyyummy #kentmade

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