Blue Bell releases new 'Bride's Cake' flavor

Angie Massey
May 9, 2017

If you like things a little more chocolatey, Blue Bell is also bringing Groom's Cake out of flavor retirement.

Its franchised ice cream shops serve as places where people can connect and create special memories while they explore a wide array of flavors, including a new Flavor of the Month every month.

Bride's Cake includes white cake chunks with a cream cheese icing swirl in an almond-flavored base.

Just after 5:30 a.m., Blue Bell shared a photo on Twitter of the new flavor Bride's Cake Almond Ice Cream.

Blue Bell is ringing the wedding bells for its new flavor of ice cream! "And the tasty cake pieces are the ideal addition".

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"We introduced Groom's Cake in 2009", Van Dorf said. The idea came from an actual groom's cake one of our employees tasted at a family wedding.

The groom's cake, not as common, is a Southern tradition which is typically displayed near the larger, eye-catching bride's cake.

The two flavors will be available at your nearest grocery store starting Monday, but the flavors will only be available for a limited time.

Check here for a locator map of Blue Bell distributors.

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