12 Fall Ice Cream Flavors You Have To Try
Just because summer days are coming to an end doesn’t mean that you can’t still enjoy one of the greatest things about the warm season— ice cream. You heard me!
You should never have to give up this cold treat, even when it starts to get cooler outside. As a compromise, try ice creams in fall flavors such as nutmeg, pumpkin and apple pie to get the best of both worlds. You can’t go wrong with a little bit of summer in your life.
Try these 12 autumn-inspired flavors to make the best part of summer last a season longer.
Nutmeg is a great spice to add to a lot of fall treats, so top off your pie with a scoop of nutmeg flavored ice cream for added deliciousness.
Obviously this is a fall must-have. It just wouldn’t be right to not add it to your cold dessert since you’ll be adding it to just about everything else, too. Go on, you know you want to.
3. Bourbon Apple Pie
Don’t have your apple pie à la mode when you could have it in your ice cream, instead.
This spiced drink is so great this time of year, so why not add the flavor of chai to your ice cream, too. Don’t mind if I do!
5. Toasted Marshmallow
Yes, you read that right. Warm, toasted marshmallows can now be enjoyed in a delicious frozen concoction.
This is one of my favorite fall spices, so would I like it in ice cream form? Umm, I’d love it, in fact.
7. Pumpkin Coconut
I’ve honestly never tried the combination of pumpkin and coconut, but I’d like to. Could be just crazy enough to work.
8. Caramel Apple
This is fall, in ice cream form, as far as I’m concerned. What an excellent way to eat caramel apples, you know?
9. Rum Raisin
Doesn’t that just sound like it’d be delicious. Tart, but sweet (and boozy)— count me in.
You’ll use it to sweeten your cup of hot tea this time of year, so go ahead and use honey to add a touch of flavor to your ice cream, too.
Figs are fall’s fruit so why not enjoy them swirled with some cream and sugar and frozen to perfection?
A little spicy and a little sweet. Sounds like the best of summer and fall to me!
To make summer last a little longer, try out these fall takes on a summertime classic. I’m sure you won’t regret it. Just maybe eat it indoors because, you know, you might get too cold if you actually step outside with it!