5 New Ice Cream Flavors From Stewart’s Shops

Strawberry Sunrise Sherbet, Peanut Butter Pie among the handful of debuts; 2022’s favorite returns
Stewart's Shops rolls out new ice cream flavors for spring
Photograph courtesy Stewart's Shops

Stewart’s Shops has five new ice cream flavors it is rolling out on a weekly basis this spring.

Strawberry Sunrise Sherbet, the first new flavor, pairs lemonade and strawberry sherbet swirls.

Other flavors include:

  • Brownie Points: rich brownie batter ice cream with a chocolate cookie crumb swirl and brownie pieces.
  • Peanut Butter Pie: peanut butter-flavored ice cream with a chocolate cookie crumb swirl and peanut butter cups.
  • Very Berry Shortcake: mascarpone ice cream with a mixed berry swirl and pound cake pieces.
  • Daily Grind: coffee ice cream ribboned with a marshmallow swirl and fudge-coated espresso pieces.

Making a return is Salted Caramel Cheesecake, the c-store chain’s most popular seasonal flavor in 2022. This flavor is salted caramel cheesecake ice cream with a salted caramel swirl and cheesecake pieces.

All flavors are available in a cone, sundae, milkshake or a hand-packed pint while supplies last.

Founded in 1945, Ballston Spa, New York-based Stewart’s Shops is an employee- and family-owned c-store chain known for its milk, ice cream, coffee, Easy Food meals and other convenience items. There are 354 Stewart’s Shops in upstate New York and southern Vermont.

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