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    Fall Flavors Arrive at Cold Stone Creamery

  • Industry News August 22, 2019

    Fall is arriving and Cold Stone Creamery is ready to celebrate all the flavors the season brings. Beginning August 21, Cold Stone will offer two new ice cream flavors, Honey Cornbread & Blackberry Jam Ice Cream, and Milk & Honey Graham Ice Cream.

    Honey Cornbread & Blackberry Jam Ice Cream is featured in both a new Creation and pie. Cornbread is My Jam Creation is made with Honey Cornbread & Blackberry Jam Ice Cream, Cornbread, Honey, and Blueberries, tasting like freshly baked cornbread with a sweet smear of blackberry jam. The new Honey Cornbread Berry Pie is sure to delight your taste buds made with Honey Cornbread & Blackberry Jam Ice Cream in a Graham Cracker Pie Crust topped with a layer of moist Cornbread and fluffy Blackberry Jam Frosting.

    Milk & Honey Graham Ice Cream, which tastes just like a graham cracker dipped in milk, is featured in the new Honey Graham Bowl Creation, made with Milk & Honey Graham Ice Cream, Caramel, and double the Golden Grahams Cereal.

    In addition, Cold Stone Creamery introduces a new Reese's Creation and Reese's Shake highlighting a new mix-in, Reese's Peanut Butter Sauce. The Reese's Creation is made with Sweet Cream Ice Cream, Reese's Peanut Butter Sauce, and Reese's Peanut Butter Cup. The Reese's Shake features Chocolate Ice Cream, Reese's Peanut Butter Sauce, and Reese's Peanut Butter Cup. The delightful new Creation and shake are a peanut butter lover's dream.

    "We are so eager to share these exciting new flavors and Creations as we enter into the fall season," says Sara Schmillen, vice president of marketing at Kahala Brands, parent company of Cold Stone Creamery. "Whether you are in the mood for a sweet and creamy peanut butter treat or savory and decadent ice cream, our fall flavors are sure to satisfy any craving."

    Cold Stone Creamery stores will offer the new fall ice cream flavors, Creations and pie until October 29, while the Reese's Creation and shake are here to stay.

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