June 23, 2021,
Feels so good, so right, to eat ice cream tonight. Tomorrow in the daytime too. Afternoon is cool as well.
So many great things happen during the summer including having the perfect excuse to savor loads of the sweet creamy goo.
Even better is when the ice cream is delicious and creative.
Jeni knows all about this space.
No wonder there are so many happy people in Ohio.
Jeni Britton Bauer is the founder and chief creative officer of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams.
Before she started Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Jeni Britton Bauer attended Ohio State University, and studied art history and fine art. While in college, one of her friends was a chemistry graduate student who gave her vials of scented chemicals, which led her to gather essential oils, make her own perfume, and sell her perfumes for a few years.
She is on a mission. Here it is, “We’re devoted to making better ice creams and bringing people together. It’s what gets us out of bed in the morning and keeps us up late at night. We believe that you can grow a business as a community of people, with artful attention to detail and the customer experience, and get continuously better at the same time. That REALLY great ice cream served perfectly in a sparkling and beautiful space, with attentive and in-the-moment service (we believe service is an art) brings people together and helps them connect. And that sometimes sparks fly. And that there should be more sparks flying, generally. We like to make people feel good.”
We can absolutely get behind that.
Her ice creams have a uniquely smooth texture and buttercream body, with bright flavor and clean finish (they don’t use synthetic flavorings, dyes, or off-the-shelf mixes). You may notice the absence of a long list of stabilizers and emulsifiers on her label. Jeni’s prefers the more complex process of building texture and flavor without them.
In terms of her tasty ice creams, Jeni’s has received high praise from lofty places.
Jeni’s received a positive review on the “Hot and Spicy” episode of Food Network‘s show The Best Thing I Ever Ate (2010).
Sweet. Very impressive.
The Chicago Tribune (2011) said “Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is gaining a national reputation for producing superior desserts made of milk sourced from a family farm in Ohio’s Appalachian region.”
In 2012, Jeni’s received a sofi Gold Award in the “Dessert or Dessert Topping” category for Lemon Frozen Yogurt.
In 2013, Jeni’s won another sofi Gold Award in the “Outstanding Product Line” category.
Beginning with her early days at Scream and continuing to the present, Britton Bauer’s ice cream has incorporated products local to Columbus and Ohio, including milk, fruit, and whiskey.
Are you ready to cool off with some more of Jeni’s yummy creativity?
It’s Schmear! Jeni’s Has Made An Everything Bagel Ice Cream And It’s Shockingly Good
Also, why NOT eat ice cream for breakfast?
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Jan 25, 2021, 13:45 ET
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Jan. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, the ice cream company we all want to be when we grow up, has made an Everything Bagel ice cream and it’s a good reminder that, when it comes to unexpected but unforgettable flavors, Jeni’s can’t be beat.
Ok, you say… but everything bagel… ice cream?
Gather and begin to assemble the pieces of your mind back together and hear us out. First, think of a dense, salty, subtly sweet cream cheese. That’s the base. Now imagine a buttery streusel laden with sesame, poppy seeds—and yes, onions and garlic—schmeared throughout. BUT IT’S ICE CREAM.
Honestly, it was shocking how much this tasted like an everything bagel. You can do that with ice cream?! What kind of wizardry is this?! I mean, Jeni’s flavors always taste like what the labels say they’re going to taste like—they use real ingredients—but this was the perfect balance of sweet, salty, and umami. Like a really great, well-seasoned bagel… that you can lick.
Was it good? No, it was dancing-with-no-music-on delicious.
Everything Bagel will be available in pints Monday, January 25, at noon ET for nationwide shipping from jenis.com and at Jeni’s scoop shops across the country, at open. If you haven’t been paying attention to Jeni’s recent flavor releases, they’ve been selling out quickly—like in a day or two—so don’t sleep on this one.
Anyone who likes everything bagels or everything bagel seasoning—[both hands raised fully in the air and composing this verbally]—is going to LOVE this flavor. (If you don’t, you won’t.)
It’s an ice cream acceptable to eat any time of day, which brings us to the next order of business: eating ice cream for breakfast.
Being at home by ourselves all the time in 2020 gave us a lot of time to think (too much time, maybe). And we began to ponder a vexing question: why is it only acceptable to eat ice cream during certain times of the day? Why isn’t it ok to have ice cream before 11 in the morning? If it’s ok to have breakfast for dinner, why not ice cream for breakfast? Why are donuts ok for breakfast and ice cream isn’t?
Well, it’s almost like Jeni’s had hacked into our Alexa, because not only did they make this Everything Bagel flavor, but they also have a Skillet Cinnamon Roll flavor and a Coffee with Cream & Sugar flavor (they steep the coffee grounds into the cream) and word on the street is Wildberry Lavender tastes like Fruit Loops, too.
In 2021, we say YES to small acts that bring outsized joy, and we’re going to be eating ice cream for breakfast. How about you?
About Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams is a modern American ice cream company devoted to making the finest ice creams the world has ever known. Founded in Columbus, Ohio in 2002 by James Beard Award-winning ice cream maker Jeni Britton Bauer, Jeni’s has emerged over the past 19 years as the new standard by which all other ice creams (and ice cream companies) are judged. Today, Jeni’s is a Certified B Corporation known for its social, environmental, and business leadership with 50ish scoop shops, an online shop at jenis.com, and distribution in top grocery stores across the country.
SOURCE Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams
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