Move over, chocolate! These eight wacky ice cream flavors will have you craving something extra special for dessert.
This snot-colored goodie is actually made of only yummy ingredients: vanilla ice cream, caramel, and bits of marshmallow with green food coloring added to give the concoction its icky appearance.
This flavor is no longer available, but when it was, boiled cicadas (a type of insect) were covered in milk chocolate and dipped in brown sugar. They were then mixed into a brown-sugar-and-butter-flavored ice cream.
The flavor of this ice cream isn’t what makes it weird—an English ice cream maker added the proteins that make jellyfish glow to his vanilla recipe. When you lick the ice cream the proteins activate, causing your scoops to light up.
This cereal-flavored sweet may remind you more of breakfast than dessert: It tastes milky and is sprinkled with cornflakes.
You’ll definitely want to eat this pizza cold. A shop in Philly whips up pizza-flavored ice cream using tomato, basil, oregano, salt, and garlic.
Made with three kinds of peppers and two kinds of hot sauce, this super-spicy ice cream will leave your mouth scorching hot.
No big cats were harmed in the making of this confection! Orange flavored and swirled with black licorice sauce, the ice cream is named for its tigerlike coloring.
A Tokyo ice cream shop has flavors such as sparrow and parakeet. But you won’t find feathers in the scoops—the flavors just contain the things these birds eat, like fruit, nuts, and seeds.
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PHOTO CREDITS: STOCKCREATIONS, DREAMSTIME (BOOGER); PICHET PANYAUD, DREAMSTIME (CICADA); ZJAN/SUPPLIED BY WENN.COM/NEWSCOM (GLOW); HONGMAI2012, DREAMSTIME (CEREAL); MICHAEL FLIPPO, DREAMSTIME (PIZZA); PIPA100, DREAMSTIME (HOT SAUCE); JOEL SARTORE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK (TIGER); MIRAGE3, DREAMSTIME (PARAKEET)