Ice cream is our favorite food, so we never turn down an invitation to try a new brand, flavor or format.
Our recent discovery of Churn Baby ice cream cups was, what the company calls, “a delicious churn of events.”
What the company calls “boutique-style cookie cups,” we call “gourmet.” We’d also call it a sundae-in-a-cup, topped with the ice cream swirled with a ribbon swirl (e.g. chocolate or peanut butter).
The crowning ingredient is a cookie and dessert sauce atop the ice cream, replacing the whipped cream and a cherry of a sundae (photo #2).
We couldn’t resist, and gobbled up a week’s daily supply in two days. And went to the website to order more.
The brand, made in Richmond, Utah, is currently distributed in the western U.S., but is available to everyone online. (Retailers in the East: Order it now!)
They’re sold in packages of two cookie cups, each seven ounces of pure delight.
We ate all of ours at home, but there’s a plastic spoon inside the lid for grab-and-go.
Flavors include (and by coincidence, they happen to be our personal favorite flavors):
The quality of the ice cream is so fine, that if we could buy it in pints we’d prefer it to any national brand.
Similarly, the chocolate flakes and drizzles were so good that we knew they were from a top-knotch producer. It turned out to be Guittard Chocolate.
Churn Baby is a class act, an ice cream treat for those who want the best.
Discover more at ChurnBabyIceCream.com.
The manufacturer permitted only producers of the highest quality ice cream to license their cups and use the Dixie Cup brand name. Here’s more about it.
The Casper Ice Cream Company of Richmond, Utah, producer of Churn Baby, began in 1925. The first product was Casper Merrill’s Ice Cream Nut Sundae on a Stick, known today as a FatBoy Nut Sundae.
Casper used milk and cream from the family’s herd, and the ice cream debuted to acclaim and demand.
Three generations later, his grandsons manage the company.
Today, Casper’s brands include Churn Baby, FatBoy and Jolly Llama (sorbet cones and gluten-free ice cream cones and sandwiches) [source].
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