Artisanal-ice-cream trucks, cool new supermarket flavors and more.

By Food & Wine
Updated March 31, 2015

Courtesy of Zak Designs

Cold Storage

Finally, an effective way to bring ice cream to the beach or park. The insulated Ice Cream Tubbie from Zak Designs has a freezable lid that helps keep contents from melting for up to 90 minutes (we tested it). $13;

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Best New Ice Cream Shops

San Francisco

Humphry Slocombe Staffers sell quirky, delicious flavors like Secret Breakfast— bourbon ice cream with cornflakes.

Plus: Best Places to Eat in San Francisco


Pied Piper Creamery Are You There God? It’s Me, Margarita—that’s the key lime sherbet from Jenny Piper’s new parlor in East Nashville.

Plus: Best Places to Eat in Nashville

New York City

Jacques Torres Ice Cream The pastry and chocolate guru now sells ice cream with toppings like chocolate-covered Cheerios.

Plus: Best Places to Eat in New York

Taste-Tested: Supermarket Ice Creams

Artisans aren’t the only ones creating innovative ice creams. The F&W staff tasted and loved the four new supermarket introductions below, for everyone from the Frappuccino addict to the vegan.

Courtesy of Starbucks

Pint-Size Coffee

Starbucks’s new flavors are inspired by drinks like their Mocha Frappuccino. $4 for 16 oz;

Courtesy of Sheerbliss

Bite-Size Bliss

The latest from SheerBliss: chocolate-covered ice cream bonbons. $5 for 6 oz;

Courtesy of Häagen-Dazs

Minimalist Style

Milk, cream, sugar, eggs plus one flavoring define Häagen-Dazs’s new “five” line. $4.50 for 14 oz;

Courtesy of Turtle Mountain

Deliciously Vegan

Turtle Mountain makes its Purely Decadent pints with lush coconut milk. $4 for 16 oz;

Amazing Recipes:

Frances Janisch

Homemade Ice Cream

Ice Cream Sundaes

Party Idea: Ice Cream Sundae Potluck