The 15 Weirdest Ice Cream Flavors You Can Eat
Creative geniuses across the country keep inventing odd ice cream flavor combinations to tempt (or shock) our taste buds.
Flavor: Cold Sweat
Where to get it: Sunni Sky’s Homemade Ice Cream, Angier, North Carolina
What’s in it: Ice cream base, hot sauces, and pequín, habanero, and Thai chili peppers (store owners ask you to sign a waiver before you eat this!) Check out how to make ice cream without an ice cream maker.
Where to get it: Throughout Alaska
What’s in it: Whipped animal fat, berries, sugar, and boiled fish
Where to get it: Ben & Bill’s Chocolate Emporium, Bar Harbor, Maine
What’s in it: Butter-flavored ice cream with lobster chunks. Don’t miss these 20 outrageous homemade ice cream sandwich recipes.
Where to get it: Amy’s Ice Creams, Austin, Houston, and San Antonio, Texas
What’s in it: Amy’s sweet-cream mix with Guinness beer
Flavor: Mexican Chocolate
Where to get it: Cafe Pasqual’s, Santa Fe, New Mexico
What’s in it: Chocolate ice cream, Kahlúa, chile pequín flakes, cinnamon, almonds, and instant coffee
Flavor: Bangkok Peanut
Where to get it: Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, Nashville, Tennessee, Chicago, Illinois and six other cities in the United States.
What’s in it: Roasted peanut butter and wildflower honey ice cream, toasted fresh-ground coconut, and cayenne pepper. Jeni witnessed several merchants at the North Market in Columbus, Ohio arguing over who had the best pad Thai, inspiring her to make this pad Thai ice cream flavor. Don’t miss these 10 fascinating ice cream traditions from around the world.
Flavor: Movie Night 2
Where to get it: Ice & Vice, New York, New York
What’s in it: Buttered popcorn, malted chocolate, raisin caramel
Flavor: Everything Bagel
Where to get it: Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Washington, DC, and Baltimore, Maryland
What’s in it: Everything bagels soaked in ice cream, further flavored with pieces of everything bagels, dried onion pieces, garlic powder, onion powder, kosher salt, sesame seeds, and poppy seeds