Edy’s has a new line of ice cream flavors inspired by Pixar movies
Edy’s is partnering up with Disney’s Pixar to release four new ice cream flavors that celebrate Pixar’s classic animated hits “Toy Story,” “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles” and “Monsters, Inc.”
The limited-edition flavors can be found at participating stores (such as Publix and Meijer) now, but they won’t be around forever, so don’t miss your chance to enjoy these yummy additions to the Edy’s family.
First, there is Coral Reef Orange and Cream, which pays homage to “Finding Nemo.” The light orange and vanilla sherbet include the sweet addition of little chocolate fishes. Talk about a perfect flavor profile!
Then, there’s Cookies and Scream, a yummy cookies n’ cream combo that is a nod to “Monsters, Inc.” It’s made with light vanilla ice cream, chocolate cookie pieces, a fudge swirl and little Mike and Sully chocolate pieces. Yum! Instagrammer @candyhunting shared an image of the Cookies and Scream carton on their page:
And then there’s Jack-Jack Cookie Crumble, which is a combo of light chocolate and vanilla ice cream mixed with chocolate cookie pieces and little chocolate masks (to mimic the superhero masks worn by the characters in “The Incredibles”). Instagram food account @TheImplusiveBuy shared images of the new flavor on store shelves:
Last but not least is Edy’s new Chocolate Peanut Butter Toy Chest. Made with light chocolate ice cream and a peanut butter swirl, the dessert is made even more decadent thanks to chocolate “Toy Story” pieces that are filled with peanut butter.
With “Toy Story 4” finally available to stream on Disney Plus, this ice cream would the perfect way to celebrate with the family as you gather around for another viewing of this beloved film. (You can also find “Monsters, Inc.,” “Finding Nemo” and “The Incredibles” on the streaming service.)
This is not the first time Edy’s has created special ice cream flavors that are movie-themed. They previously released Mint Cookie Madness to complement the release of “Joker,” as well as Magical Mint Snowflake and ChocOLAF Fudge Swirl, which celebrated the release of “Frozen II.” In fact, the supermarket freezer section snapped by Instagram user @thatdisneyparklife is starting to look like all Disney all the time:
No word yet on whether or not Disney will team up with Edy’s to release an ice cream flavor for the hotly anticipated “Onward” (due out in March 2020), but here’s hoping!