The Proof is in the Yummy Fall Flavors of Lick Ice Creams
Here’s the scoop: Lick Honest Ice Creams is bringing back an old flavor, Breakfast Bacon because the proof is in that the old flavors are the best. The team’s new Production Manager, Jennie Shield, has revised and improved the recipe. This seasonal fall flavor will be available at all four locations Nov. 1.
The description of the Breakfast Bacon: Brown sugar & blackstrap molasses add to sweet & smoky bacon courtesy of our friends at Salt and Time.
Photo credit: Annie Ray
Other fall flavors (which are already out) are all equally delicious.
Caramel Apple Cake: A symphony of warm spiced and candied Texas apples in a rich dark cake dance together in a Good Flow Honey caramel ice cream.
Hazel’s Pumpkin Pie: Roasted locally grown pie pumpkins are enhanced by clove, a bit of cinnamon & freshly ground nutmeg. Just like Granny Hazel makes it!
S’more Meringue: We replace marshmallow with a torched meringue to fold into a Good Flow Honey, molasses, and cinnamon graham-cracker flavored base. Bits of SRSLY Chocolate top off this melty s’more treat!
Spiced Sweet Potato Pie: Roasted local sweet potatoes, house-made marshmallows, and fresh ginger cookie take classic sweet potato pie to the next level!
Sweet Persimmons & Sage: The sweet, delicate taste of locally grown persimmons gets a kick from robust sage!
And a Dairy Free, Vegan flavor,
Coconut Pecan Coffee Cake: Bites of sweet vegan coconut pecan cake are folded into our Caffe Del Fuego-spiked coconut ice cream.
About Lick Honest Ice Creams
Based in Austin, Texas, Lick Ice Creams is a small, locally owned business that makes seasonal, sustainable ice creams from the freshest local ingredients. Great ice cream must begin with the best milk and cream. Our milk and cream comes from grass-fed and much loved cows from the Mill-King family farm in McGregor, Texas and are free of any antibiotics or hormones. Our other ingredients come from across our great state and are always grown naturally and certified organic whenever possible. If it grows in Texas, there’s a good chance it will end up in one of our ice creams!
So what’s not in our ice cream? No matter how hard you look (or taste) you won’t find any high-fructose corn syrup, preservatives or stabilizers, ever. We promise.