An ice cream parlor in London is working on a new icy concoction for the public.

Ice cream made from breast milk called “Baby Gaga” was available for purchase last Friday at the Icreamists restaurant in London’s Covent Garden, Reuters reports.

Founder of the restaurant Matt O’Conner said that the product is “miracle of motherhood” and costs $23 a serving.

“Some people will hear about it and go, ‘yuck’ but actually it’s pure, organic, free-range and totally natural,” he said. “I had a Baby Gaga just this morning and I feel great.”

The milk for the ice cream was provided by mothers who responded to an online advertisement. 35 year-old Victoria Hiley of London was among the 15 women who donated their breast milk to the restaurant.

“What could be more natural than fresh, free-range mother’s milk in an ice cream?” Hiley said in a statement. “And for me it’s a recession beater too — what’s the harm in using my assets for a bit of extra cash.”

“Baby Gaga” ice cream is a churned mixture of Madagascan vanilla pods with breast milk and lemon zest. O’Conner added that is just one among many new flavors being added to his shop.


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  • African Mami

    What is with all this breast milk concoctions. Is it the new “It” thing? $23 for ice cream FOH.

  • Terri

    what if someone had an STD? You can pass that shit through breast milk. WTF

    • Kam

      They do all the necessary tests on the women to make sure they are not transmitting anything. It was in another article. I wouldn’t mind eating it were it not for the fact that a) it’s 23 dollars per serving. Shoot I’ll make my own when the time comes and b) even though the women are disease free you still get all the crap they’re eating transmitted through the milk. It’s the same reason why I won’t drink normal cow’s milk. I don’t drink much milk at all, but when I do it’s grass-fed, organic and sometimes raw from the licensed raw milk provider in our state. Perhaps if these women were grass fed, or vegetarian/vegan (sans tofu) i’d consider eating it.

  • Emelyne

    This is seriously disturbing. As an adult, the thought of my own mother’s milk is no longer appealing, let alone the frozen milk of some stranger. Gross!

  • Me27

    that’s disgusting…