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From taho to donuts, here are ice cream-inspired desserts to try this Ice Cream Month

By Brooke Villanueva Published Jul 16, 2021 8:13 pm

Ice cream is always worth getting excited over for its pleasurable sweetness, different flavors, and infinite possibilities.

It’s amazing how many forms it can take. Whether it carries a bizarre taste that surprisingly works or it’s turned into something completely different without the coldness, dessert lovers would still love it just the same. 

To celebrate National Ice Cream Month this July, why not treat yourself to some ice cream-inspired delights for a change? Scroll down for some offerings you can delight in.

Taho turned into ice cream? Say less. The Lost Bread has exactly that in different flavors: classic (P280), strawberry (P290), and ube (P290). Each is made with soy ice cream, beloved syrup, and brown sugar pearls. 

There are so many things happening in this dessert (P590) by The Creamy Catering. The decadence of sans rival and caramel syrup, the sweetness of popcorn, the nutty flavor of cashews, the creaminess of ice cream, and a lot more give it an explosion of flavors and textures, making it a must-try for all.

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If you’re into donuts and ice cream, Krispy Kreme has something for you: some Ice Kreme Donuts in world-famous ice cream flavors. Priced at P55 each, the variants include the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Chunky Monkey, Strawberry Funfetti, Cotton Candy, Vanilla Swiss Almond, and Pistachio. 

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Just a reminder that there are no age limits when it comes to desserts, even when they’re perked up with bright colors and mermaid designs. Take a look at these ice cream-shaped cakes by Flour Bakery—they’re sure to bring delight to every ice cream and cake lover out there.

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