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Butter Brickle Ice Cream



Butter Brickle Ice Cream is an ice cream with Butter Brickle pieces in it.

It had its heyday in the 1930s. It started to fade in popularity in North America in the 1960s, and is now getting hard to find.

It never became unpopular. Rather, with all the new ice cream flavours that came along, people just stopped choosing it at the ice cream counter.

It is now considered an "old-fashioned" flavour, up there with maple walnut, cherry, etc.

It is not a premium ice cream. It is sold as an old-family favourite, often in family-sized tubs.



Literature & Lore

In the "Hello, I Love You" espisode of Northern Exposure (Season 5, Episode 15), the characters Ruth-Anne Miller and Walt Kupfer break open a tub of Butter Brickle while having to overnight in their broken down truck.

See also:

Ice Cream

Agnes Bertha Marshall; Alaska Florida; Baked Alaska; Banana Split Day; Banana Split; Butter Brickle Ice Cream; Eskimo Pies; Frozen Custard; Fürst-Pückler-Eis; Granita; Hokey Pokey Ice Cream; Ice Cream Cones; Ice Cream Float; Ice Cream Forks; Ice Cream Freezer Patent Day; Ice Cream Scoops; Ice Cream Soda; Ice Cream; Ice Milk; Maras Ice Cream; Orange à la Norvegienne; Paletas; Sherbet; Soft Ice Cream; Sorbet; Spumoni; Tortoni; Vanilla Ice Cream

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Oulton, Randal. "Butter Brickle Ice Cream." CooksInfo.com. Published 11 February 2006; revised 15 February 2007. Web. Accessed 12/16/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/butter-brickle-ice-cream>.

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