In recent years, there's been a trend of turning classic desserts into ice cream flavors. Embraced by both small artisanal shops and large commercial brands, this trend has resulted in a wide variety of unique and interesting flavors.
One of the most popular classic desserts turned ice cream flavor is cake. Cake-flavored ice cream can come in a variety of flavors, think red velvet, carrot and chocolate. Often made with pieces of actual cake mixed into the ice cream base, these flavors have a distinct texture and flavor.
Our cake batter mochi plays on this trend with classic flavors of vanilla and sugar mixed to perfection. And you don’t have to feel guilty about licking the baking spoon, our mochi is egg and gluten free.
Some other popular desserts turned ice cream flavors include pie and cookie dough. Pie-flavored ice cream can come in flavors like pumpkin and pecan, and is often made with bits of actual pie crust mixed into the base. Cookie dough ice cream, on the other hand, is made with chunks of edible cookie dough mixed into the base, and can come in flavors like chocolate chip and sugar cookie.
In addition to these more traditional flavors, there has also been a trend of turning more unconventional desserts into ice cream. There are now flavors that are inspired by donuts, brownies, and even s'mores.
At Mochidoki, we often look to other desserts for our seasonal flavor inspiration. From the creamy AND crunchy bite of our banana pudding mochi, to our snappy, spiced Seoul cookie, we find most classic confections create ice creams that are as delicious as the original iteration.
Overall, the trend of turning classic desserts into ice cream flavors has resulted in a wide variety of unique and interesting flavors that are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth. A great trend for dessert and ice cream lovers alike!