When Joe and his wife, Katherine, opened the first Rainbow Cone in 1926, their signature cone featured five delicious flavors. Chocolate, Strawberry, Palmer House, Pistachio, and Orange Sherbet were sliced (not scooped) into one smile-sparking cone.
Rich in flavour, rich in colour and huge in popularity. Chapman's Rainbow ice cream is a swirled up match of Orange, Grape and Lemon-Lime ice cream. Made with 100% Canadian Dairy, this combination is just creamy good!
A 96-year legacy. Your first Chicago summer is something you never forget. Ours was in 1926. Since then, we've been serving up smiles and slicing (not scooping) stacks of our signature five-flavor cones.
If you're from Chicago, you know Rainbow Cone. In 1926, a Buick mechanic named Joseph Sapp decided to open up an ice cream shop with his wife Katherine that was different from all the others: the original rainbow cones would feature multiple ice cream flavors stacked high instead of only one.
Double Rainbow was originally founded by Michael Sachar and Steven Fink, two childhood friends from Brooklyn. As kids, they would sell frozen popsicles on the beaches of Coney Island, with the dream of one day opening their own ice cream parlor.
Truth is many people get confused when they answer this question. Why? Because they think vanilla (due to its white color) is the basis for all other flavors. However, according to historical evidence, chocolate was the flavor invented first!
The ice cream, called “Byakuya,” is a combination of white truffles imported from Alba, Italy; Parmigiano Reggiano cheese; and sake lees, a byproduct of the sake production process. The resulting frozen dessert costs an absolutely eye-watering ¥873,400 ($6,696) for a single 130 mL (4.4 ounce) serving.
A creamy caramel flavoured ice cream with pink, yellow and green swirls with all the favourite lolly bag flavours – bubblegum, banana candy and musk.
A fun flavoured trio of banana, strawberry and bubblegum flavoured ice cream.
The McFlurry is a brand of flavored ice cream distributed and sold by the American-based international fast food chain McDonald's.
Raspberry flavoring, lemon oil, and vanilla provide the base of flavor. Blue gel food coloring gives the ice cream its signature vivid blue color.
One of the oldest known depictions of a rainbow is an aboriginal rock painting located near Ubirr Rock in Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. The cave painting is thought to be representative of the Rainbow Serpent, an aboriginal deity, and is dated to be several thousand years old.
Ingredients. Water, Dairy Ingredients (Reconstituted Skim Milk, Milk Solids, Butter and or Cream), Sugar, Glucose Syrup, Maltodextrin, Coconut Oil, Vegetable Origin Emulsifiers [477, 471 (Soy)], Vegetable Gum (412), Flavour, Colours (120, 100, 141).
Ube ice cream is a Filipino ice cream flavor prepared using ube (purple yam) as the main ingredient. This ice cream is often used in making the dessert halo-halo.
Blue moon is an ice cream flavor with bright blue coloring, available in the Upper Midwest of the United States. Multiple cities in the region claim to be the originator, with the popular theories including Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Ludington, Michigan.
Vanilla frozen yogurt in an eye-popping swirl of red, blue and yellow.
Rainbow Paddle Pops are actually caramel flavour with food colouring added.
Bubble gum got its distinctive pink color because the original recipe Diemer worked on produced a dingy gray colored gum, so he added red dye (diluted to pink), as that was the only dye he had on hand at the time.
A Colorful Blend of Strawberry, Orange, Lemon, Lime & Blue Raspberry Ices!
An Australian Icon! Bubble O' Bill is a classic blend of strawberry, chocolate and caramel ice confection, with a mega bubblegum nose, and a bullet hole through his hat.
This tribute to bubblegum lovers everywhere is sure to make you pop! Enjoy bubblegum flavored ice cream with bubblegum candy pieces for double the fun!
This lavish $100,000 ice cream sundae has been created with some of the most expensive delights. According to the chef, each ice cream ball costs over $100 to make, wherein the chocolate was imported from South America, which was made with chocolate barks costing $500 each.
Real ice cream is made from 100% dairy – milk, and products made from milk (including cream, skim milk powder, and whey powder). Frozen desserts are made with vegetable oils, like palm, kernel, or coconut oil.
I Ate $100,000 Golden Ice Cream is an expensive video created by MrBeast. In this video, MrBeast and the crew eat different types of expensive food, working their way up to the $100,000 ice cream. At times, random subscribers showed up and ate some expensive food for free.