It’s officially Ice Cream Season. Warmer weather is just around the corner. It’s an iconic dessert that’s loved by many, whether it’s childhood memories of running to the ice cream truck at the corner shop or dates with ice cream in between, it’s clear. Americans love ice cream so much that we consume studies show that America has spoken and that classic flavors still reign supreme.
Chocolate ice cream
It shouldn’t surprise that chocolate is America’s top-selling ice cream flavor. It doesn’t matter if you like your chocolate soft or hard, it’s a classic that has stood the test of time. As we all know, chocolate is made from cocoa, a tree. This makes chocolate ice-cream a plant. Right?
Vanilla ice cream
Vanilla is the second most popular flavor, which may surprise some because it’s such an easy flavor. Vanilla is a versatile flavor that can be used in many different ways, even though it may seem simple. Vanilla is versatile and can be used with any topping.
Strawberry Ice Cream
Strawberry ice cream is a classic flavour that’s not boring. Strawberry may look a bit boring compared to other topping-laden ice cream flavors. But strawberry lovers know that it is simplicity at its best. Also, it’s pink.
Mint chocolate chips ice cream
Mint chocolate chips is one of those flavors you either love, or hate. This ice cream flavor is loved by many, regardless of whether you call it mint chocolate chips, mint chip, or peppermint bonbon. Why? This frozen treat has all you can want: sweet, chocolaty indulgence and the refreshing mint flavor.
Butter pecan butter ice cream
It may surprise you to learn that butter pecan is a favorite, but it is. You can’t go wrong with the rich buttery notes and sweet vanilla flavors of butter pecan.
Trends within the Ice Cream World
Move on, vanilla and chocolate. We’ve changed (JK, we will always love you). We will always cherish the top five flavors of ice cream, but we have to admit that sometimes it is fun to try new flavors. What’s the scoop about ice cream innovation?