Walmart Is Debuting 4 New Ice Cream Flavors—And One Is Margarita
Summer is just around the corner!
And while I am A-OK with a standard flavor like chocolate or strawberry, if you’re looking for some unique icy flavors this year, Walmart has introduced four new ones that are sure to make your spring and summer extra-special.
There is nothing standard about the four new offerings from Walmart’s Great Value brand, which include Circus Cookie, Mango Habanero Coconut, Margarita and Root Beer and Vanilla Float. Even better, the new ice creams are under $3 for an entire 48-ounce container.
A perfect summer treat, the Root Beer Float flavor combines — you guessed it — vanilla ice cream swirled with root beer sherbet!
Mango Habanero Coconut, on the other hand, will add some spicy heat to your ice cream. This one combines habanero mango sorbet with sweet coconut ice cream.
And remember those frosted, sprinkled animal cookies you loved as a child? Well, the Circus Cookie Ice Cream flavor is swirled with those classic animal cookie pieces to stir up some childhood nostalgia.
Lastly, there’s the Margarita flavor. While it doesn’t have alcohol, the fat-free lemon-lime sherbet is pre-salted, so you could easily plop it in a blender with your favorite tequila for a perfect summertime cocktail!
Of course, you can also just eat it without the tequila for a refreshing, salty-tart treat.
And you don’t have to wait until the summer months to get your hands on these flavors, as they are already in stores nationwide.
We have confirmed with Walmart that you can also order them for grocery pick-up or delivery (if available in your area) if you’re staying inside due to the coronavirus pandemic. Margarita ice cream and a Netflix binge sounds like the perfect way to practice social distancing.
If you’re looking for some other new treats this summer, check out these new Load’d Cones from Blue Bunny. The cones are filled with toppings and mix-ins in five different flavors: Strawberry Shortcake, S’mores, Cookie Dough, Bunny Tracks and Brownie Bomb.
Which new Great Value ice cream flavor will you be trying first?