Blue Bell Ice Cream announced via its Facebook Page that a Texas favorite flavor has made its return to the freezer isle of your favorite grocery store.



The Scoop

According to the Facebook post, "Cookies ‘n Cream Cone is a creamy vanilla ice cream combined with chocolate crème filled cookie crumbles, chocolate cone pieces coated in dark chocolate and a chocolate fudge sauce. Your favorite cookie cone, but in a carton! Available in the half gallon and pint sizes for a limited time."

Welcome Back

Cookies ‘n Cream Cone made its debut almost a year ago, hitting the freezer aisle in February 2021. It's didn't stay for long, and its return is being billed as "for a limited time". That means NOW would be  a great time to pick up a pint or half gallon.

A Winning Combination

Maybe it's just the time of the season, but there's just something delicious about vanilla ice cream mixed with chocolate crème filled cookie crumbles and chocolate cone pieces coated in dark chocolate. Add a chocolate fudge sauce and STEP BACK! It's ice cream time.

The People Have Spoken

Looks like everybody is on board, judging by the Facebook Comments following the announcement.


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Texas Proud

Ask any Texan what their favorite ice cream is and they'll tell you, Blue Bell Ice Cream. Based in Brenham, Texas since 1907 and serving up their delicious ice cream, Blue Bell is as Texas as Dr Pepper, Big Red and Whataburger.

Welcome back Cookies ‘n Cream Cone, and I hope you stay a while!

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