The concept of combining two good snack items to make an entirely new (and more iconic) version isn’t exactly new. Brands have been busy doing this for years. But have you ever stopped to think what Pop-Tarts would taste like in ice cream form? If you have, then brace your sweet tooth because it’s here! Pop-Tarts and Good Humor have come together to make an ice cream version of the beloved Brown Sugar Cinnamon tarts! In its product page, Good Humor wrote,
“Bringing together the magic of two magical brands, Pop-Tarts and Good Humor, this is a classic ice cream on a stick dessert that you can enjoy without guilt.”
Over the years, Good Humor has delighted generations with their yummy ice cream truck treats. And now they’ve upgraded their classic Creamsicle by adding crushed Pop-Tarts into the mix. This combination literally says that it’s the breakfast ice cream treat we’ve all been (unknowingly) wishing for.
The Brown Sugar Cinnamon Creamsicle contains crushed Pop-Tarts
“This ice cream bar is a great choice for those who like fudgesicles, ice pops, and other dairy desserts – and promises to tickle your taste buds even if you usually indulge in more premium ice creams.”
According to Good Humor, the ice cream bars are made with quality, guilt-free ingredients. The diary, for one, is sourced from cows that weren’t given any artificial growth hormones, meaning the milk is all-natural! The ice cream bars consist of three layers of alternating textured goodness. It starts with a crunchy and chunky outer shell that’s coated entirely with crushed Pop-Tarts. Then, a layer of delicious vanilla ice cream encases the hidden cinnamon core.
The iconic ice cream bars come in boxes of six. Shoppers have begun spotting them in the freezer aisle. And there reaction’s quite divided. Some love it, but others are realizing that they’re not really fans of cinnamon-flavored ice cream. They’re available in various retailers for under $4 in supermarkets. Hopefully this won’t be the first and last time we get a mash-up from these two brands!
You can use Good Humor’s store locator to find the nearest retailer selling this delicious treat.
Source: Good Humor