New “Holiday Favorite” Joins Christmas Cookies, Peppermint and Spiced Pumpkin Pecan
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‘Tis the season for all your favorite holiday foods, including a new Holiday Favorite ice cream from Blue Bell. Gingerbread House Ice Cream – a creamy cinnamon ice cream with flavorful gingerbread pieces, festive red and green sprinkles and miniature marshmallows all surrounded by a vanilla icing swirl – is the newest addition to Blue Bell’s seasonal line of Trip Favorites out there in retailers after November 1.
“Building a gingerbread house and placing it as a holiday centerpiece is a yearly activity for many,” talked about Carl Breed, Blue Bell director of selling. “And our ice cream has become a traditional dessert served in the homes of Blue Bell Ice Cream fans. That’s why Gingerbread House Ice Cream is a perfect addition to this line. The flavor is festive and definitely the best tasting gingerbread house I’ve ever eaten.”
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Alongside Gingerbread House, Blue Bell is offering these returning Trip Favorites: Christmas Cookies Ice Cream, Peppermint Ice Cream and Spiced Pumpkin Pecan Ice Cream.
Christmas Cookies is a combination of your favorite trip cookies – chocolate chip, snickerdoodle and sugar – in a tasty sugar cookie ice cream with pink candy cane-shaped sprinkles and a inexperienced icing swirl all by way of. It was so customary closing 12 months, Blue Bell re-released earlier over the summer season for a specific Christmas Cookies in July promotion.
Spiced Pumpkin Pecan is a pleasing spiced pumpkin ice cream blended with tasty sugar-coated pecans and a rich cinnamon-honey-praline sauce. This style made its debut in 2010.
Ice Cream Turkeys 1 scoop Blue Bell Spiced Pumpkin Pecan Ice Cream (roughly ½ cup) 14 objects candy corn 1 spherical toothpick
Place ice cream in a small chilled dessert bowl pressing to stay ice cream to the bowl. Wrap and freeze for one hour. Eradicated scoop from freezer and unwrap. Working shortly, press the elements of 5 objects of candy into the ice cream to make a fan-shaped tail. Press 3 objects of candy on each side (laying flat on the ice cream) in a fan-shaped pattern to resemble wings. Rigorously insert toothpick by one piece of candy (for the neck) from bottom to tip. Push the toothpick by the first piece of candy merely enough in order so as to add a second piece of candy turned side-ways (for the highest). Insert bottom of toothpick into ice cream on the appropriate spot for the neck. Wrap fastidiously or place in a deep sealable container and freeze for 4 to 24 hours. Take away from freezer, unwrap and serve. USE CAUTION WHEN SERVING THIS TO CHILDREN. REMOVE THE TOOTHPICK BEFORE ALLOWING THEM TO EAT. Makes one serving.
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Phrase: Do you have to don’t want to make use of a toothpick, try using a bendable straw decrease to the appropriate measurement for a neck and head. Draw eyes and a beak on the straw or use icing to make a head.
Peppermint, a long-time favorite ice cream style all through the holiday season, is a cool, refreshing peppermint ice cream sprinkled with peppermint candy objects.
“We tried something new last year when we introduced our Holiday Favorites line of ice cream,” Breed added. “Traditionally, less ice cream is sold during the winter months, but our Holiday Favorites were an instant hit.”
Seek for Gingerbread House Ice Cream along with the three returning Trip Favorites neatly packaged in half-gallon containers adorned with a pink ribbon and bow, accessible in your grocer’s freezer half starting November 1. Blue Bell Trip Favorites are solely accessible for a restricted time.
Blue Bell is in the marketplace the least bit most important Arizona grocery retailers. Go to www.bluebell.com for recipes, coupons and an entire file of flavors presently out there in retailers.
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