January 25, 2022,
We will take any excuse we can to eat more ice cream.
We can think of a thousand of them. We sense that you can too.
How about this one.
The weather is getting better, the sun is out more often and spring is coming.
We can celebrate by eating more ice cream.
Indoors or out.
The team at dhakatribune.com adds, “The ice cream manufacturers of the country are witnessing great sales. This is largely due to the awareness campaigns suggesting how sweetened frozen food such as ice cream does not increase the risk of contracting a severe case of Covid-19.”
Neither does drinking coffee.
Crunching fried chicken.
Savoring a greasy spoon hamburger.
See what we mean? Any excuse to eat more ice cream will do.
“When I have bad days, I just eat lots of chocolate ice cream and dance to the ‘Lion King’ soundtrack. It’s really odd, but it’s true.”…Quote Blake Lively
And to think, ice cream was made possible only by the discovery of the endothermic effect.
Prior to this, cream could only be chilled but not frozen. It was the addition of salt, that lowered the melting point of ice, which had the effect of drawing heat from the cream and allowing it to freeze.
You already knew that right?
Quaker colonists introduced ice cream to the United States, bringing their ice cream recipes with them. Confectioners sold ice cream at their shops in New York and other cities during the colonial era. Ben Franklin, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson were known to have regularly eaten and served ice cream.
Before the development of modern refrigeration, ice cream was a luxury reserved for special occasions. Making it was quite laborious; ice was cut from lakes and ponds during the winter and stored in holes in the ground, or in wood-frame or brick ice houses, insulated by straw.
It is not wise to take ice cream for granted.
As many flavors as we have, we still want more.
For those who are older, we can remember the days when you had three basic choices.
Chocolate, Vanilla and Strawberry.
Now, from Butter Pecan to Coconut, we have so many options and guess what? Those options are about to increase.
As reported at foodnetwork.com, “Six ice cream masters from across the country have been hand-picked for a once in a lifetime opportunity: to create an original Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor of their own. Ben & Jerry’s: Clash of the Cones premieres with a special 90-minute episode on Monday, August 16th at 9|8c on Food Network and discovery+.”
Sounds like fun and when it comes to delicious ice cream, wonders will never cease.
They add, in the premiere episode, six ice cream competitors are challenged to start their journey at the end, when they must resurrect flavors from the Ben & Jerry’s Flavor Graveyard to use in their creations. Then, actor Kevin Bacon challenges the competitors to make a flavor in his name that incorporates up to six degrees of ingredients.
Worth binge watching, while you eat ice cream.
When it comes to ice cream, there is more creativity afoot.
Do you have an extra spoon?
HUDSONVILLE ICE CREAM INTRODUCES SEVEN NEW LITTLE DEBBIE® SNACK CAKES-INSPIRED FLAVORS
All seven flavors will be available starting Feb. 1
News provided by
Jan 25, 2022, 16:59 ET
HOLLAND, Mich., Jan. 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Snack time is forever changed! Family-owned brands Hudsonville Ice Cream and Little Debbie are collaborating again to put a cold and creamy twist on classic snack cakes, this time with seven new ice cream flavors! These snack cakes-inspired ice cream flavors will debut at Walmart stores on Feb. 1.
The seven flavors are:
- Oatmeal Creme Pies: Vanilla creme ice cream with soft oatmeal cookie pieces and a hint of molasses
- Cosmic Brownies: Brownie batter ice cream filled with mini rainbow chips and brownie pieces
- Zebra Cakes: White cake ice cream with yellow cake pieces and a milk chocolate fudge swirl
- Honey Buns: Honey bun flavored ice cream with glazed honey bun pieces and a sweet cinnamon swirl
- Strawberry Shortcake Rolls: White cake ice cream with yellow cake pieces and a tart strawberry swirl
- Swiss Rolls: Chocolatey cake ice cream with chocolate cake pieces and a swirl of whipped cream
- Nutty Bars: Peanut butter ice cream swirled with chocolatey waffle cone pieces and a thick fudge swirl
The pints will retail at $2.50 each at Walmart stores beginning Feb. 1. These new flavors from Hudsonville Ice Cream and Little Debbie follow the wildly popular Christmas Tree Cakes ice cream, which was introduced in November and became an immediate sensation for the holiday season. All seven flavors will be available year-round.
Hudsonville Ice Cream has been making moments sweeter with delicious ice cream for more than 95 years. This family-owned and operated company has revolutionized how ice cream is made by building the most progressive ice cream manufacturing facility in the country to produce the creamiest, best tasting ice cream meant for any occasion. Hudsonville Ice Cream combines time-tested recipes with the freshest ingredients, including dairy from local farms, to make favorite flavors people know and love, while creating seasonal Limited Editions and other unique flavors. Learn more at www.hudsonvilleicecream.com.
McKee Foods’ Little Debbie brand is America’s No. 1 selling snack cake and is increasing its presence in the breakfast pastry and cookie categories. More than 138 billion Little Debbie® snacks have been sold by retailers since 1960 in the United States and Canada. Every week, Little Debbie® snacks are baked fresh and delivered from our bakeries to your communities—that’s why they’re so fresh tasting. Wholesale distributors, who are members of your communities, purchase these products from McKee Foods and sell them to local retailers, and ensure that the freshest products are available in your stores. In fact, you’ll find our quality pledge and our guaranteed fresh date on every package. Visit littledebbie.com for more information. You can also find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
SOURCE Hudsonville Ice Cream
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