7 Of The Most Popular Ice Cream Flavors In America


America's love for vanilla ice cream dates to the founding fathers. Thomas Jefferson made the first American vanilla recipe. Whether on pie, in a float, or alone, vanilla remains a cherished classic.


Chocolate is America's second favorite ice cream flavor, but there's no need to choose between it and the top favorite they pair perfectly together.

Cookies 'n Cream

Vanilla ice cream and Oreo cookies, both popular since 1912, were first combined in 1979 by a South Dakota State University dairy plant manager, creating the third most popular flavor: cookies 'n cream.


Bright and fruity, strawberry ice cream blends strawberries and vanilla, making it a crowd favorite. Celebrate this refreshing treat on National Strawberry Ice Cream Day, January 15th!

Chocolate Chip

Chocolate chip ice cream is delightful. The crunchy chocolate chips perfectly complement the creamy vanilla ice cream, creating a harmonious balance of textures and flavors.

Mint Chocolate Chip

This minty twist on classic chocolate chip ice cream, a Baskin-Robbins original, gained fame as Mint Royale after being served at Princess Anne's Westminster Abbey wedding.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream was created at Ben & Jerry's in Burlington, Vermont, in 1984, inspired by a customer's suggestion. It quickly became a favorite!