Ice cream is the best thing ever, but what's the best flavor of the best thing? Vote below!
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Ice cream was first invented roughly 2400 years ago, which means chocolate peanut butter ice cream was probably invented sometime after that, which is crazy. That should have been the first thing we did.
- Chocolate ice cream, white & dark fudge chunks, pecans, walnuts, fudge-covered almonds
It's pretty hard to theme an ice cream around New York, after just putting one big apple in a tub was probably out of the question. NYSFC does an admirable job at replicating the experience of its namesake nonetheless: it's bold, it's surprising, and it's full of nuts!!!!!! Sorry.
- Vanilla ice cream, fudge-covered waffle cone pieces, caramel swirls
A wise choice because, let's be real: cones are the worst. It's physically IMPOSSIBLE to eat an ice cream in a cone without, at some point, the ice cream running down your hand and making your hand all sticky and it's not like a napkin is going to help at all and, God, where did all the bathrooms in this town go? Let's just go home.
The three most represented words in the history of ice cream return for a victory lap.
Yes, maybe you could make the argument that "Hey! Chocolate Peanut Butter ice cream was already on this list! All they did on this one was reverse the role of the ingredients! What gives?" but that would be stupid, because taste it.