The restaurant franchises who dared to go beyond the box are responsible for many of the most famous cuisine products ever created. There is no need to go any farther than the fan-favorite Doritos Locos Taco provided by Taco Bell and the eye-popping green Shamrock Shake offered by McDonald’s.
However, Baskin-Robbins’ most recent invention in the realm of ice cream contains a taste so out of the ordinary that the company is urging people to “bock it ’til you try it.” As its Flavor of the Month for March, the restaurant is introducing a new ice cream flavor called Chicken & Waffles.
Baskin-Robbins’ delicious new take on the culinary item does not really include any chicken, even though a traditional chicken and waffles meal typically consists of pieces of fried chicken, waffles, and a drizzle of maple syrup.
“There is no meat? Not an issue at all. According to the press note issued by the firm, “This one-of-a-kind ice cream has been meticulously crafted to imitate the flavor of fried chicken. However, the most exciting aspect is that it contains no actual chicken and is delicious.”
The new product includes a buttermilk waffle-flavored ice cream accompanied by “crispy chicken and waffle bites” and a swirl flavored with bourbon maple syrup.
“According to Hannah Suits, the brand marketing director for Baskin-Robbins, we take pride in introducing new and creative flavors to the market. When we noticed that Chicken & Waffles was becoming increasingly popular on menus, we recognized the need to develop a daring flavor that would revolutionize the way our customers experience Chicken & Waffles.”
“This flavor offers a frozen variation of the famous brunch dish, presented in a creatively deconstructed manner that is exclusive to our stores.”
Consumers were either pleased or appalled by trying a frozen confection with a taste similar to fried chicken when it was introduced on March 1. When the brand-new flavor was introduced, it caused a mixed response from consumers.
A person on Twitter wrote, “Can’t wait to try this,” in response to a post about the Baskin-Robbins flavor.
Others said, “I’m sorry, but I will pass on that.”
If you are in New York City on March 7 and your curiosity has been peaked, you will have the chance to sample the new taste at no cost. This opportunity will be available to you. Between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Baskin-Robbins will be hosting its very first Bottomless Brunch at 1225 1st Avenue. During this event, the company will be providing free scoops of Chicken & Waffles ice cream without any restrictions.
Finally, on March 26, the restaurant will introduce a Get Egg-cited Cake, which will be available just in time for Easter. A “special fault line icing technique” is used to adorn the pastel-colored ice cream cake, which is available until April 9. The dessert is designed to look like an egg split open.