Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Cold Stone Creamery That's How I Roll
  Signature Creation Review

[By Nick] It's been awhile since we covered one of Cold Stone's Signature Creations. Let's take a look at one of the most recommended of the bunch.

Cold Stone Creamery That's How I Roll Signature Creation
Cake Batter Ice Cream with Yellow Cake, Pecans and Cinnamon

The name of this flavor is one of my favorites but a bit misleading. While it sounds like it's going to be a cinnamon roll flavor, the description talks about it being mind blowing with the mix of two different cake components. Either way, pecans and cinnamon are involved so I have a feeling I'm going to quite enjoy this one.

There's actually a strong, cake smell coming from this creation. The cinnamon is present as well in the smell which is a good thing. Taking my first bite, this one tastes really familiar. I can't quite put my tongue on it...Oh wait, I got it. This tastes a lot like a cinnamon dunkaroo pack! Oh man, oh man. This is my childhood right here. The cake chunks don't quite give the same feeling you'd get from dunkaroos but they work great with the cinnamon frosting like base. They're not dry either which is always the main downfall of cake mix-ins.

The pecans add a bit of nuttiness which I thought would be weird but fit perfectly in this creation. The pecans are fresh and pack some crunchiness as well. This might be my favorite creation I've tried so far. That frosting like deliciousness from the base combined with the cinnamon is just a winning combo. I can only imagine how close to dunkaroos this would be if you were to sub in graham crackers for the cake chunks. Still as is, this creation is a must try. ‎

Dear General Mills, please bring back dunkaroos to the states, thanks.

Verdict?  ‎I'll say it again, DUNKAROOS
Buy Again?  Yes but I'll add graham crackers next time


Anonymous said...

Pretty sure BJ's and Dollar General sell Dunkaroos in the USA.

Kaitlyn said...

oh yum! i LOVED dunkaroos! i might have to try this with graham cracker instead of cake :)