Following the every-popular trend of sci-fi and horror food tie-ins, Baskin-Robbins is getting in on the act with an exclusive lineup of Stranger Things-inspired flavors including two new Flavors of the Month, new sundaes, frozen ice cream pizzas, and exclusive merchandise.
The two new flavors are called “Eleven’s Heaven”, described as “…a waffle cone-flavored ice cream with chocolate-coated sugar cone pieces and a chocolate icing flavored ribbon” and “Upside Down Pralines”, which features “…chocolate ice cream with praline pecans and a chocolate-caramel flavored ribbon.”
If those flavors aren’t enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, take a gander at some of the other choices that are sure to terrorize your diet, including: “The Upside Down Sundae” (which is, of course, a flipped version of a sundae featuring “Upside Down Pralines”, “The Demogorgon Sundae” (a bloody waffle bowl sundae that might take a bite out of you if you don’t take one first) and “The Elevenade Freeze” (the least creative of the bunch featuring a mixture of vanilla ice cream and lemonade).
If you are planning a Stranger Things party, the company famous for 31 delicious flavors also has a number of pre-made/pre-packaged delights such as “The Byers’ House Lights Polar Pizza Ice Cream Treat” (basically as giant chocolate chip polar pizza crust with Snickers ice cream, topped with strings of fudge and chocolate candy Christmas lights) and “USS Butterscotch Quarts” (a butterscotch flavored ice cream with butterscotch toffee and a toffee ribbon, designed to resemble a quart from season three’s new ice cream shop, Scoops Ahoy, which looks to be featured prominently in the ominous Starcourt Mall).
Collectible containers with art from the series (with four unique Stranger Things designs) and exclusive Steve Harrington Funko Pop figures (in his Scoops Ahoy uniform), Scoops Ahoy t-shirts, and 80’s-inspired magnets, sticker sets will also be available while supplies last.
Be sure to check back for more Stranger Things updates as we get closer to the premiere on July 4.