When we start talking about ice cream flavors, our imaginations run sweet-creamy-wild. There are just so many possibilities! And then we start wondering, when are we going to find time to make all these homemade ice cream flavors, let alone eat them?
Obviously, we need to slow down and create a plan, and that starts by narrowing down our flavor options. In fact, let’s narrow it down to one (for now): what flavor should we make next? What flavor do you want to see lining the freezer shelves at your favorite local market? What flavor do you want to overflow from your next cup or cone? We recently made Malene Wines Rose Ice Cream for La Fete Du Pink Rose festival… it was a hit. Is that something we should bring back? Do you have other ideas? Here are a few ideas to get you thinking like we do:
- Sea Salt Brownie
- Pineapple Coconut
- Birthday Cake
- Green Tea
- Cookie Dough
- Blueberry Cheesecake
- Peanut Butter Cup
- Honey Lavender
- Mexican Hot Chocolate
Once we get rolling, it’s hard to stop.
We recently introduced two new craft ice cream flavors to our lineup (scoop truck exclusives). We hope you’ve had the opportunity to enjoy a scoop or six of Cowtown Coffee Bean and Shoreline Swirl Salted Caramel, both separately and in the same bowl, and possibly on the side of cake or in an ice cream soda. (You want to get the full experience, after all.)
Now tell us: what flavor would you like to taste next? Obviously, it’s not limited to the list above. That’s just what we scribbled on a napkin during our mid-afternoon craft ice cream break. What flavor calls out to you, begging to be scooped and enjoyed?