New Blue Bunny ice cream cones are loaded with cookie dough, brownies and other treats
It’s pretty hard to improve upon the classic ice cream cone, but Blue Bunny is apparently up for the challenge of doing just that with its new Load’d Cones, a fun spin on the traditional waffle cone treat we all know and love.
The new Load’d Cones are not simply filled with plain ice cream — these bad boys are filled from top to bottom with toppings and mix-ins in five different flavors: Strawberry Shortcake, S’mores, Cookie Dough, Bunny Tracks and Brownie Bomb.
While flavors like cookie dough are pretty self-explanatory, others are pretty unique!
The Bunny Tracks flavor, for example, combines vanilla ice cream with fudge, caramel swirls and peanut butter-filled bunnies, and has chocolate topping and peanuts. Brownie Bomb, on the other hand, is for serious chocolate lovers, as it features chocolate ice cream, brownie pieces and fudge swirls with fudge-filled bunnies and chocolate topping — and it comes in a chocolate cone.
Boxes of four cones are available in stores nationwide for around $5.99.
While not filled with toppings, Nestle has quite a few ice cream cone flavors available in the freezer aisle as well. From banana sundae to white chocolate and cookie-dipped, there are more than a dozen choices.
Nestle also just released a new Drumstick called Crushed It!, which is available in two flavors: Cookies ‘N’ Cream and Vanilla Fudge. Also available as ice cream bars, the new Crushed It! flavors feature a crushed-cookie coating over creamy ice cream.
The new Chocolate Bunny Tracks ice cream is similar to the cone, just, you know, without the cone and with chocolate ice cream instead of vanilla. It also includes chocolate peanut butter bunnies, chocolate-covered peanuts, and swirls of caramel and fudge.
Another new flavor is Cookies, Candies and Brownies, which includes cookie dough flavored ice cream, mini chocolate candies, brownie and cookie dough pieces and fudge and caramel swirls.
Would you try an ice cream cone loaded with mix-ins?