Baskin Robbins’ New Sour Patch Kids Ice Cream Looks Amazing
By Cooking Panda
If you’re a sour food fan, we have some great news for you: your favorite candy is now in ice cream form. This is not a drill.
There is a good reason why Sour Patch Kids are so popular. The sweet, chewy, tangy candies complete with a puckery, sugary crunch are delicious and completely addicting.
That’s why Baskin Robbins had the genius idea to take Sour Patch Kids and swirl them into ice cream.
Look at how delicious this is.
The famous ice cream chain mixed Redberry flavored Sour Patch candies with raspberry and marshmallow ice cream, all swirled into one good-looking scoop. The best part? You can totally top your Sunday with a sprinkle of actual Sour Patch Kid candies.
It doesn’t get much better than this.
A scoop of the glorious ice cream is a lot sweeter than you might expect from a sour candy. The base is creamy and mild, but every so often you get a welcome sour crunch where the candy is swirled through.
But there’s a catch: the exciting new flavor is only available through the month of April, so act fast.
If you still have a hankering for the iconic sour, sugary candies, you can get your fix in almost any form these days, including chewing gum and popsicles. The sky’s the limit, people.
Baskin Robbins, Ice cream flavor, Sour Patch Kids Ice cream