Cookie Butter Ice Cream Is Coming To Baskin-Robbins This November

Since its conception, Baskin-Robbins has prided itself on providing a variety of flavors for customers to sample. When the first store opened in 1953, visitors to the ice cream shop were greeted with 31 flavors — a rarity at the time, notes Reader's Digest. According to Baskin-Robbins, the idea was to offer a different taste for each day of the month, and over 1,000 unique flavors have been whipped up and served as the company has aimed to keep customers coming back for more. From country-specific tastes to classic favorites, sweet cups of ice cream and dessert cones can be sampled any time of the year.

In a press release sent to Tasting Table, Baskin-Robbins revealed its latest flavor of the month and announced the return of a special holiday-appropriate dessert. A likely contender for your newest favorite ice cream flavor, Baskin-Robbins' November flavor of the month, Cookie Butter, pairs cookie butter and vanilla ice creams with swirls of cookie butter and pieces of Speculoos-like cookies. The ice cream is sure to hit all the fall notes, with each spoonful promising taste-bud tantalizing bites packed with the sweet and spicy tastes of an autumn afternoon.

An unexpected dessert

"Is it cake?" is a trend that hit social media a few years back, and viewers were shocked, surprised, and dismayed to see a variety of objects sliced into edible pieces of dessert. From toilet paper to Crocs shoes, the obsession with cutting common-looking objects with a cake knife spiraled across TikTok and made it into The New York Post. But, according to Delish, Baskin-Robbins was way ahead of the trend, having made cakes that might be mistaken for cooked birds since the 1970s.

From November 1, Turkey Cakes will make their return to Baskin-Robbins' stores. Customers can order Baskin-Robbins' Turkey Cakes according to their own ice cream preferences, with flavors of choice covered in a sweet caramel praline glaze. With legs made of sugar cones, the unexpected turkey treat will be the talk of any dinner table, holiday or not. Is it cake? Indeed, it is.