Bacon, Chicken Bits In Your Dessert? 8 Unique Ice Cream Flavors You Need To Try Right Now
There’s a buffalo wings-flavored ice cream?!
Living in a tropical country, we Filipinos seem to never get tired of smoothies, ice creams, and cold desserts that offer relief from the intense heat. Lucky for ice cream lovers out there, enterprising business owners are always shaking things up so we could enjoy unique ice cream flavors aside from the usual chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. Some of them are even ice cream versions of our fave food!
Check out these 8 ice cream desserts you need to try, stat!
Ate Rica's Bascilog ice cream by The Lost Bread
Remember when you were in college and Ate Rica’s Bacsilog would be your barkada’s lunch staple? Well, you can now get a nostalgic taste of Ate Rica’s Cheesy Bacon and Cheese Sauce… as a dessert!
Dessert shop The Lost Bread, in collaboration with Ate Rica’s Bacsilog, recently released two flavors of ice cream: Cheesy Bacon (milk ice cream base with candied bacon and cheese swirl), and Cheese Sauce (cheese ice cream with cheese chunks and swirls) for Php 250 per serving.
Hurry, because these two unique flavors are available for a limited time only!
You may order Ate Rica’s Bacsilog ice cream from The Lost Bread’s website.
Sili ice cream by 1st Colonial
Have you ever tasted ice cream so hot? Our kababayans from Bicol would know that 1st Colonial’s sili-flavored ice cream is a must-try!
1st Colonial is a popular restaurant in Albay. Their famous Sili ice cream can now be purchased in the metro for only Php 95 a cup, Php 325 for a pint, and Php 790 for a half gallon. Together with the spicy dessert, treat yourself to their signature dishes too like Colonial Liempo (Php 359), Sopas Halaan (Php 315), and Pinangat (Php 129).
You may order 1st Colonial’s Sili ice cream by sending them a message on Instagram.
Buko Pie and Turon ice cream by Merry Moo
You may love the classic buko pie, but wait ‘til you taste its ice cream version! Merry Moo came up with Pinoy flavors like Buko Pie and Turon for their Buwan ng Wika celebration this year.
The buko pie-flavored ice cream has everything you love: macapuno, sweet coconut base ice cream, and pie crust! Their Turon ice cream, on the other hand, is made with banana chips, otap, and langka jam. Get them for Php 145 (100ml) and Php 420 (473ml).
You may order Merry Moo’s Buko Pie and Turon ice cream from their website.
Toasted Forbidden Rice ice cream by Papa Diddi’s
Papa Diddi’s Toasted Forbidden Rice ice cream is one of their signature flavors. It has black rice bits mixed with coconut milk that will transport you to the mountains of the Cordilleras. Surely a flavor like no other!
Get a cup of Papa Diddi’s ice cream for Php 95, or share a pint (Php 345), half gallon (Php 995), or a gallon (Php 1,950) with your family.
You may order Papa Diddi’s Toasted Forbidden Rice ice cream from their website.
Buffalo wings-flavored ice cream by The Lost Bread
If you like buffalo wings, you will surely love it in ice cream! The Lost Bread collaborated with Frankie’s New York Buffalo Wings to bring us the Buffalo Wings-Flavored Ice Cream for a unique dessert experience!
It has a creamy ice cream base with a spicy kick and sweet fried crisps! It can be purchased for Php 129 (solo size) or Php 349 (pint).
You may order Frankie’s x The Lost Bread’s Buffalo Wings-Flavored ice cream from Frankie’s website.
White Rabbit ice cream bar from Chill’d Manila
Get ready to go down memory lane when you taste the familiar flavor of White Rabbit ice cream, available at Chill’d Manila! It tastes like the candy version. You can grab a pack of five for only Php 350!
You may order the White Rabbit ice cream bar by sending Chill’d Manila a message on Instagram.
Classic Taho ice cream by The Lost Bread
Yet another ~iconic~ flavor by The Lost Bread is the classic Pinoy merienda, taho! The ice cream version has a soy-based ice cream with brown sugar arnibal syrup, topped with brown sugar pearls. Get a pint for only Php 280!
You may order The Lost Bread’s Classic Taho ice cream from their website.
Yakult soft-serve ice cream by Black Scoop Café
A taste of Black Scoop Café’s Yakult soft-serve ice cream will surely bring us back to our childhood. This time, however, we won’t be getting our fix from the friendly Yakult vendor, you can now purchase the classic drink in ice cream form from Black Scoop Café’s Maginhawa branch.
You may order Black Scoop Café’s Yakult soft-serve ice cream by sending them a message on Facebook.