SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Fall is in the air and Cold Stone Creamery (www.ColdStoneCreamery.com) is kicking things off with three new flavors: Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Made with Ghirardelli, Banana Bread Batter Ice Cream, and Blue Arctic Marshmallow Ice Cream inspired by the Warner Bros. film, Smallfoot. All three flavors are now available in stores along with the new PieScream Cake.
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The Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream Made with Ghirardelli and Banana Bread Batter Ice Cream will each be featured in their own Creation. The Sweet & Salty Twist and Almost Baked Banana Bread are each deliciously unique ways to enjoy the seasonal ice cream flavors. These delectable Ice Cream flavors and Creations will be available until November 27.
To celebrate the theatrical release of Smallfoot, Cold Stone Creamery will introduce a whimsical Creation and Shake available through October 16. The Yummy Yeti Confetti Creation features Blue Arctic Marshmallow Ice Cream mixed with Marshmallows, Rainbow Chocolate Drops and a dusting of Powdered Sugar. Migo's Marshmallow Medley Milkshake is made with Blue Arctic Marshmallow Ice Cream and is garnished with Whipped Topping and Rainbow Chocolate Drops.
Why decide between cake and pie? Cold Stone Creamery's new PieScream Cake is the best of both with layers of Ice Cream and Cake in a Graham Cracker Pie Crust! The limited time Sea Salt Caramel PieScream Cake is made with sweet and salty Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream and decadent Yellow Cake.
"We're elated to share these exciting fall flavors and Creations with our customers," said Sara Schmillen, vice president of marketing at Kahala Brands, parent company of Cold Stone Creamery. "Whether you're craving our creamy super-premium ice cream or our new PieScream Cake, our fall flavors are sure to satisfy."
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