SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Blue Bunny Ice Cream Mocha Me Hoppy, Salted Caramel Craze, and Vanilla Cupcake

Blue Bunny Mocha Me Hoppy Ice Cream

Blue Bunny Salted Caramel Craze Ice Cream

Blue Bunny Limited Edition Vanilla Cupcake Ice Cream

Mocha Me Hoppy is made up of coffee ice cream with a hazelnut flavored mocha coffee swirl and cake pieces. Salted Caramel Craze features sea salt caramel ice cream with sea salt caramel swirls and chocolaty sea salt caramel bunnies. And the limited edition Vanilla Cupcake has vanilla flavored ice cream with a chocolate frosting swirl, cake pieces and rainbow-colored sprinkle candies. (Spotted by Carla at Safeway, Erin K at Cub Foods, and Rachel C at Target.)

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3 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Blue Bunny Ice Cream Mocha Me Hoppy, Salted Caramel Craze, and Vanilla Cupcake”

  1. I know it wouldn’t have as much visual contrast and everything has to have chocolate (e.g. B&J’s Cookies and Cream Cheesecake Core having chocolate ice cream when Cookies and Cream generally has a vanilla ice cream) but come on. It’s the standard “vanilla ice cream”, not “vanilla frosting ice cream”, and that shot makes it look like almost half chocolate.

    If it’s “Vanilla Chocolate Cupcake”, no complaints. Yes, vanilla cupcakes can have chocolate frosting, but look at the Google Images for Vanilla Cupcake: how far do you have to go before finding one with a dark/chocolate frosting as opposed to a light/vanilla one? My search display suggests additional items, like Sprinkles or Chocolate Frosting, but that is an ADDITIONAL search term: “vanilla cupcake chocolate frosting”, meaning you’d have to specify chocolate frosting because the default assumption from our Master Google is that vanilla cupcake means a light colored cake and light colored frosting, not freaking chocolate. Gah.

    This is much like the aforementioned B&J having chocolate ice cream when Google Images for cookies and cream shows a light/vanilla base for the top hits. I guess I just need to assume that every ice cream has to have chocolate, regardless of the name.

    1. If its anything like the Strawberry/Chocolate Easter one, the swirl is mainly on the outer edges, which is why you see so much of it.

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