US ice cream chain debuts limited-edition Flamin’ Hot CHEETOS flavor

While Americans are baking and sweating in the summer heat, there’s always one thing you can count on for a quick cool down is a creamy, sugary ice cream cone — but one popular ice cream chain thinks Americans also want their ice cream cones cheesy and spicy.

As of today, Marble Slab Creamery—with nearly 400 locations around the world—offers a limited-edition Flamin’ Hot Cheetos flavor in the US.

The taste comes in both scoops and milkshakes, and the ice cream chain from Georgia promises that customers will ‘see their world turned upside down’.

Spicy, cheesy… ice cream? Marble Slab Creamery sells limited-edition Flamin’ Hot Cheetos flavor in the US. The taste comes in both scoops and milkshakes

Cheetos Flamin’ Hot Ice Cream and Shakes is available at all US locations through September 30.

It’s made with Marble Slab Creamery’s sweet cream base, topped with crushed and scattered Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.

Cups and cones start at $5.99 and shakes start at $6.99.

Marble Slab Creamery and Cheetos have a lot in common. Our brands are fun, witty, youthful and a playful version of reality,” said Annica Conrad, Chief Marketing Officer Marble Slab Creamery, in a press release.

‘Our Cheetos Flamin’ Hot Ice Cream encourages you not to take life too seriously. It’s unexpected, a little surprising and very tasty. What is there not to love?’

Jessica Spaulding, Head of Cheetos Marketing, added: “As a brand, Cheetos loves working with partners who are as imaginative and playful as we are, and Marble Slab Creamery is a perfect fit for us.

Sweet?  It's made with Marble Slab Creamery's sweet cream base, with the Flamin' Hot Cheetos crushed and scattered all over

Sweet? It’s made with Marble Slab Creamery’s sweet cream base, with the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos crushed and scattered all over

Cheetos Flamin' Hot Ice Cream and Shakes will be available at all US locations through September 30th

Cheetos Flamin’ Hot Ice Cream and Shakes will be available at all US locations through September 30th

Our fans’ biggest passion is Food Mashups and we are constantly inspired by how they use Cheetos as an ingredient in their culinary creations. We know they’re going to love Cheetos Flamin’ Hot Ice Cream and can’t wait to get into some mischief this summer.”

While a video from the ice cream parlor shows taste testers enjoying the new flavor, commentators react to the Candy Hunting Instagram account are more divided.

“They’ve gone too far,” wrote one.

“Difficult pass,” wrote another, while a third pleaded, “Stop this madness.”

But another said it looked ‘lowkey good’, while another wrote: ‘Okay..promised myself never to knock before I try, so sign me up.’

In 2018, Drill'd Ice Cream debuted in Fountain Valley, California, Hot as Hell, made with Vanilla Ice Cream, Xxtra Flamin' Hot Cheetos, and Hot Cheeto Dust

In 2018, Drill’d Ice Cream debuted in Fountain Valley, California, Hot as Hell, made with Vanilla Ice Cream, Xxtra Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, and Hot Cheeto Dust

If you say so!  Drill'd founders Steve Kim and Eugene Inose told Today in 2018 that the Hot as Hell was one of the store's most popular flavors

If you say so! Drill’d founders Steve Kim and Eugene Inose told Today in 2018 that the Hot as Hell was one of the store’s most popular flavors

Shockingly, Marble Slab Creamery isn’t the first ice cream parlor to make a Flamin’ Hot Cheetos flavor.

In 2018, in Fountain Valley, California, Drill’d Ice Cream debuted a specialty ice cream dish called the Hot as Hell — which has proved popular enough that it’s still on the menu today.

It’s made with vanilla ice cream mixed with Xxtra Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and covered in Hot Cheeto Dust.

Priced at $8.50, the ice cream comes in a cup or a cone.

Drill’d founders Steve Kim and Eugene Inose said: Today in 2018 that the Hot as Hell was one of the store’s most popular flavors.

“First you get the vanilla ice cream and at the end you really get a kick to your throat,” Kim said. ‘If someone has a spicy tongue, they often drink dairy to calm the heat. This is really confusing. It’s crazy.’

“People are very wary of it at first, but the adventurers who come along, because nobody really eats ice cream themselves, usually have it,” he added.

“Someone tries and becomes addicted. It’s confusing on the palate, but it’s so good you can’t really stop,” he said.

A collaboration between Kraft Heinz Company and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream resulted in the limited-edition ice cream with mac and cheese flavor last month.

A collaboration between Kraft Heinz Company and Van Leeuwen Ice Cream resulted in the limited-edition ice cream with mac and cheese flavor last month.

'Who would have thought that #NationalMacAndCheeseDay would break the internet', said Van Leeuwen

‘Who would have thought that #NationalMacAndCheeseDay would break the internet’, said Van Leeuwen

The ice cream was sold nationwide online, as well as in their ice cream parlors in New York, Texas, New Jersey and California

The ice cream was sold nationwide online, as well as in their ice cream parlors in New York, Texas, New Jersey and California

Meanwhile, Kraft Heinz and Brooklyn-based Van Leeuwen Ice Cream teamed up last month to create a limited-edition cheese-flavored macaroni and ice cream.

“Who would have thought #NationalMacAndCheeseDay would break the internet,” said Van Leeuwen in a Instagram after. “We’re so flattered by the overwhelming response to this low-cost partnership with our friends Kraft Macaroni & Cheese.”

Meanwhile, Kraft Heinz Company celebrated the bizarre flavor, adding that the ice-cold collaboration came just in time for the summer season.

“We know that on a hot summer’s day, there’s nothing more refreshing than ice cream. That’s why we wanted to combine two of the most iconic comfort foods to create an ice cream with the unforgettable taste of Kraft Macaroni & Cheese that we all grew up with,” said Emily Violett, senior associate brand manager for Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. a pronunciation.

“Not only does it taste great, but it’s made with quality ingredients and contains no artificial flavors, preservatives, or coloring, just like our Kraft Macaroni & Cheese,” Violett said.

The ice cream was sold nationwide online, as well as in their ice cream parlors in New York, Texas, New Jersey and California.

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