The Cheesecake Factory Is Making Its Own Ice Cream In Tons Of Delicious Flavors
We can't wait to taste every one of these.
The Cheesecake Factory is known for its incredible variety of cheesecakes in a dizzying number of flavors. And now, the beloved chain is introducing its own line of ice cream, which sounds like what dessert dreams are made of.
Through a partnership with Wells Enterprises, Inc., the brand is offering seven flavors of ice cream, including Birthday Cake, Chocolate, Cookies & Cream, Key Lime, Original, Salted Caramel and Strawberry. Each flavor is made with sour cream and The Cheesecake Factory’s signature cream cheese blend, resulting in a cheesecake and ice cream match made in heaven.
Their new ice creams will be available in 14-oz. cartons for a suggested retail price of $4.99 each. They should be in grocery stores nationwide by March 2020.
The new ice cream line is not the chain’s first foray into at-home products. Back in 2017, they introduced boxed baking mixes so fans could enjoy their famous cheesecakes — as well as cupcakes and cookies — from the comfort of their own homes.
And in 2018, they made their Famous Brown Bread available for purchase on their website and in grocery stores. It comes in three varieties: dinner rolls, mini-baguettes and sandwich loaves. The possibilities for enjoying this tasty and popular bread are endless!
If you like a cup of java alongside your cheesecake, back in 2017, The Cheesecake Factory teamed up with Nestle Coffeemate to create two creamer flavors styled after two of their most popular cheesecakes: Strawberry Cheesecake and Dulce de Leche.
The Cheesecake Factory also offers creamy pudding desserts in four flavors: Vanilla Fudge Duet, Chocolate Black-Out, Salted Caramel Delight and Cake Batter Strawberry Royale. So many options to enjoy our favorite desserts at home!
The Cheesecake Factory is not the only chain restaurant to offer products inspired by their menu for at-home consumption.
Which restaurant do you wish would bless you with at-home food products?