There are many things to come out of “Stranger Things.” 80s fashion, a massive uptick of “Master of Puppets” by Metallica searched and played on Spotify; a life-size Demogorgon for your lawn, and many more. But thus far, there hasn’t been much in the way of food. Except perhaps higher sales of Eggo waffles. BUT NOW, Walmart is bringing the fancy flavors from Scoops Ahoy to their frozen section.
Coming in an array of complex flavors, the seven flavors are all worth a try. Three of which are from the upside-down. But the flagship flavor starting it all will be the USS Butterscotch. Made with vanilla ice cream, swirled with salted caramel ribbons and chocolate swirls, it’s the best of both ice cream worlds. Then we have Chocolate Pudding. Chocolate ice cream swirled with fudge swirls and vanilla wafers. From here, the flavors get a little more complex.
Who doesn’t love an ice cream in the form of a favorite breakfast treat? The Cinnamon Bun Bytes ice cream is cinnamon all the way down- inspired by Suzie’s pet name for Dustin: “Dusty Bun.” Cinnamon ice cream, swirled with cinnamon cream cheese, and cinnamon bun dough. Can you say decadence? A Hopper-inspired delight comes next. Inspired by Elle and Hopper, the Triple Decker Extravaganza is a concert of vanilla and butter ice cream, dancing with maple ribbons, chocolate peanut butter candy, and waffle bites.
Deliciousness From The Dark
Now come the flavors from the upside-down. Though likely with more tastiness and less fear and murder. The Mint Flare is as bizarre in appearance as likely delicious. Mint ice cream turned pink swirled with rainbow confetti and chocolate chunks and inspired by the Mind Flayer. Next comes the Pineapple Upside-Down. Pineapple ice cream swimming with salted caramel and chunks of pound cake.
Lastly comes The Void. Vanilla ice cream made black as night, twisted together with strawberry ribbons and vanilla cream cookie pieces. They all sound delicious and beyond decadent. There’s no simple with these flavors. All flavors are available exclusively at Walmart. Check out more here.
All 4 seasons of “Stranger Things” are currently streaming on Netflix. We’ll let you know what we hear about the upcoming 5th and final season.