Halloween is officially over and that means — whether you like it or not — the holidays are coming. If you’re all for swapping pumpkins for Christmas lights and pretending it’s the holiday season all through November, there’s a new sweet treat in stores you might as well go ahead and get right now.
Blue Bunny’s brand new Snickerdoodle Sleigh Ride ice cream is not only sugar cookie-flavored, but it’s also packed with snickerdoodle cookie dough and snickerdoodle cookie pieces! It also has cinnamon graham crackers, red icing swirls, green sugar sprinkles and red and green candy bunnies — and, of course, the most adorable name ever.
You can find the new treat in stores nationwide for around $4.99 for a 28-ounce carton.
If classic holiday flavors like peppermint are more your thing, Blue Bunny also has a Peppermint Stick ice cream, Häagen-Dazs Peppermint Bark ice cream is already back on store shelves and Breyers has a brand new frozen peppermint hot chocolate ice cream.
Breyers’ new ice cream, available at Walmart and other retailers, is dark chocolate and has chocolatey chips swirled with mint ice cream. It is made with rich cocoa and real mint.
You can also find a new Frrrozen Hot Chocolate ice cream cake by Serendipity Brands in stores nationwide if you’re liking the frozen hot chocolate but want it in more of a dessert form for the holidays!
Or, simply use any of the seasonal ice creams (or just your favorite) to make your own ice cream cake for Christmas! This peppermint Oreo ice cream cake recipe from Baking With Mom calls for peppermint stick ice cream, but you can easily use whichever one you want. You’ll also need whipped cream, crushed Oreos, butter and a candy cane if you want some crunchy peppermint on top.
If you prefer the snickerdoodle vibe, you can definitely whip up some delicious treats all year round in your own kitchen, from snickerdoodle cheesecake bars to snickerdoodle cobbler. Yum! We love that cinnamon flavor.
Will you be trying Blue Bunny’s new Snickerdoodle Sleigh Ride ice cream or any of the other seasonal flavors this holiday season?