Baskin-Robbins Rolls out Holiday Christmas Cakes and Ice Cream Flavors

This holiday season may look a bit different than years past, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate with all your favorite foods. Baskin-Robbins is ringing in the holiday season with the release of their new festive cakes and ice cream, available for a limited time. The star of the 2020 holiday lineup is the Rosette Christmas Tree Cake, a beautifully-decorated ice cream cake with creamy icing and sprinkles on top. Even better? Customers can customize the Rosette Christmas Tree Cake with the ice cream and cake flavors of their choice. You can order the holiday dessert online at the restaurant’s website, or at your nearest Baskin-Robbins.

Baskin-Robbins Rosette Christmas Tree Cake
Baskin-Robbins Rosette Christmas Tree Cake / Photo Courtesy of Baskin-Robbins

Also joining Baskin-Robbin’s holiday cake lineup are the Winter Forest Cake, Modern Wreath Cake, Reindeer Cake, and Snowman Cake, as well as new festive ice cream flavors, including:

  • Winter White Chocolate – This indulgent treat is the December Flavor of the Month and features  a base of white chocolate ice cream blended with a cherry ribbon and chocolate-covered cherry pieces.
  • Peppermint – If you’re in the mood for a classic Christmas flavor, Baskin-Robbins Peppermint ice cream is the perfect fix.
  • Eggnog – Another truly festive flavor is the Eggnog ice cream, featuring flavors of rum and nutmeg
  • Butterscotch Crunch – Enjoy this creamy holiday flavor with butterscotch candy pieces and toffee flavor.

Customers can get any of the holiday ice cream quarts to take home.

Shannon Blakely, Vice President of Marketing at Baskin-Robbins stated, “We’re excited to share a taste of the season with our collection of customizable holiday cakes and festive ice cream flavors.” She continued,  “We also invite our guests to order a treat for themselves or send a surprise to a loved one through our delivery partners DoorDash and Uber Eats – or with an e-gift card ordered through our app.”

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