9 Of The Most Popular Ice Cream Flavors In America


America's relationship with vanilla ice cream goes back as far as the founding fathers. Thomas Jefferson is credited as the first American to produce an ice cream recipe, which was vanilla.


Chocolate comes in as the second most popular ice cream flavor among Americans. Then again, there is no need to choose between the top two as they pair with one another perfectly.


Bright and fruity, strawberry ice cream is a refreshing treat. Made by mixing strawberries and vanilla ice cream, it is no surprise the dessert is a crowd-pleaser.

Chocolate Chip

Chocolate chip ice cream is everything. The chocolate chips provide a nice crunchy texture to balance the creaminess of the vanilla ice cream.

Butter Pecan

Jim Crow era Black Americans were prohibited from purchasing or eating vanilla ice cream except on the Fourth of July and due to the accessibility of pecans.

Moose Tracks

Named after a miniature golf course in Marquette, Michigan, Moose Tracks was first sold at an ice cream shop down the street. 


Neapolitan ice cream was the first concoction that was made up of three separate flavors of ice cream, which was inspired by the Italian flag.

Mint Chocolate Chip

This minty twist on classic chocolate chip ice cream is a Baskin-Robins original and gained popularity after being served at Princess Anne's wedding at Westminster Abby under the name Mint Royale.

Birthday Cake

Birthday cake and ice cream go together like peanut butter and jelly. Made with real cake pieces and candy sprinkles, you don't have to wait until your birthday to enjoy this.

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