December 22, 2015
Do you remember the holiday presents you were most excited to give over the years? We do. They were our special holiday flavors that left the lucky eaters smiling, satisfied and asking for more. While we can’t fulfill the wish of bringing these desserts back in time for tonight’s dinner, we can help trigger some happy, flavor-related memories.
Sugar Plum (1986)
With plum ice cream and a caramel swirl, visions of this sweet treat danced in a lot of people’s heads.
Nutcracker Sweet (1986)
The ballet is known the world over, but for one holiday season, people thought of Ben & Jerry’s when they heard this name.
Peppermint Schtick (1994, 1995)
Just when holiday lovers thought things couldn’t get any more pepperminty, we upped the ante with this triple-peppermint-delight.
Festivus (2000, 2001)
There we no airings of grievances when we brought this holiday favorite back for a second run in 2002.
Minter Wonderland (2004)
With a mint ice cream base, this holiday-exclusive helped your mouth feel fresher with every bite you took. It was the perfect way to move past Aunt Edna’s pot roast.
Gingerbread Cookie (2004)
What are the holidays without some gingerbread cookies for everyone to eat? With the release of this flavor, we made sure all of your dessert bases were covered.
Schweddy Balls (2011)
The grandpappy of all holiday flavors! We borrowed a page from Pete Schweddy’s family recipe for this SNL-inspired delight. The result? Everyone loved our Schweddy Balls.
Our Top 5 Favorite Pie and Ice Cream Pairings
Forget vanilla for pie à la mode. You're going to want to save room for dessert with these 5 incredible pie and ice cream pairings.
RECIPE: Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Slices
A slice of heaven for peanut butter lovers! Whip up this recipe for Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream Slices and impress your whole crew.