Now I don't know if there will be
First up we've got the return of one flavor and the... similarity to another. I haven't had Apple Pie since 2008 but I saw a few reviews from 2010 which reminded me that it available as one of those single size containers. Edy's has already got Mud Pie flavors but Bobby reminded me in the comment section that those have coffee bases.
Edy's Slow Churned Mississppi Mud Pie Ice Cream --- review here
chocolate light ice cream & vanilla light ice cream with a fudge swirl and cookie pieces
Edy's Slow Churned Washington Apple Pie Ice Cream
cinnamon light ice cream with 100% washington apples and pie pieces
I just had a thought. Just like the new Haagen-Dazs destination series, all of these flavors have a state in their name. That can't be a coincidence. Let's call these the Edy's Destination Series... nah, The Edy's Road Trip Series.
Edy's Slow Churned Vermont Maple Syrup Ice Cream
vanilla light ice cream with 100% Vermont maple and maple toffee pieces
Edy's Slow Churned Maine Blueberries & Cream Ice Cream
vanilla light ice cream with wild 100% Maine blueberries
Edy's Slow Churned Texas Pecan Pie Ice Cream
butter pecan light ice cream with 100% Texas pecans and a graham cracker swirl
Read the Pecan Pie description again, it's kind of ingenious. You take you're regular butter pecan, make sure the pecans are from Texas (didn't realize this was a thing), and then add a graham cracker swirl. I'm guessing Nick will be pretty stoked for this one.
Blueberries & cream doesn't excited me at all. I mean, how immensely rare is it to get a blueberry flavor that doesn't taste like junk? No, wait, I take that back. The premium companies can do a nice job with it, I just get scared when it's a main stream product, especially a light ice cream one.
Lastly is the Maple Syrup one which might be fun. Yes, it might be overly sweet, but it has maple toffee pieces and that sounds an awful lot like a respectable Hood flavor I have in the review queue.
You know, all but mud pie has 100% of something in it. Couldn't they import Mississippi fudge or something? I guess I should be grateful that they didn't import real Mississippi mud. Yes, I said it. Yes, I know it sounds dumb. No, I couldn't resist. Yes, I looked up that mud pie probably originated in Mississippi.
So, in the comments, which ones would you try? Are you stoked Mud Pie is back? Do you remember the original limited edition Apple Pie flavor? Any other thoughts?
As always, have a good week everyone!
Update #2: While I had hoped Edy's frozen custard would go quietly in to the night, it is instead going to be joined by two new flavors: Butter Toffee Brickle (buttery toffee custard base with chocolatey coated butter almond toffee pieces and fudge swirls) and Raspberry Cheesecake (sweet cream custard with cheesecake pieces and a raspberry swirl). --- early July note: these are hard to find, I'm trying to remember if I've even seen them yet. Once maybe?