Industry News | June 17, 2016

CREAM Creates Doughnut-Croissant Ice Cream Sandwich

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CREAM, a San Francisco–based dessert franchise that specializes in high-quality ice cream sandwiches using fresh, oven-baked cookies, is introducing a twist on their delicious sandwiches, the CREAM “Do’sant” Ice Cream Sandwich.

The Do’sant, a doughnut-croissant hybrid, is made with laminated pastry dough like a croissant and then fried in grapeseed oil and glazed like a doughnut. The finished Do’sant, which tastes like an extra flaky glazed doughnut, is served warm and filled with cool ice cream to complete the tasty treat.

Customers can pair the sweet and flaky Do’sant with any of CREAM’s 20 proprietary ice cream flavors and over 15 toppings.

“At CREAM, we are always bringing childhood favorites back with a modern twist. The Do'sant is the perfect example of the classic doughnut from our childhood revolutionized in a modern and delicious way to create the doughnut-croissant ice cream sandwich," says cofounder Gus Shamieh. "My personal favorite is the Do'sant with Salted Caramel ice cream and chocolate sauce; it hits the spot every time.”

The Do’sant Ice Cream Sandwich will debut at CREAM’s California and Nevada stores on June 22.

In addition to releasing its newest ice cream sandwich innovation, CREAM will also be bringing back a fan favorite summer ice cream flavor, Blueberry Cheesecake, for a limited time.

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