Presumably inspired by a kindergartener's birthday party, an unconventional ice cream shop has created a particularly unconventional flavor of ice cream: pizza.
You won't find plain ol' vanilla at Little Baby's Ice Cream in Philadelphia. Instead, they offer Earl Grey Sriracha, Sour Cherry and Honey and Strawberry Pinkpeppercorn flavors. But the cherry on top of their oddball menu is definitely their pizza ice cream, which is made blending by tomato paste, basil, garlic, tomato concentrate and oregano leaves with fresh dairy cream.
The shop is located next to Pizza Brain, a pizza museum and artisan pizzeria. The Guinness Book of World Records visited to determine whether or not Pizza Brain held the record for the largest collection of pizza memorabilia, and Little Baby's made a menu to commemorate. The menu consisted of pizza ice cream, Hawaiian pizza ice cream and Guinness ice cream--the latter two flavors are a thing of the past, but the pizza ice cream is there to stay.
We think this invention just might surpass pizza-flavored Goldfish and pizza-flavored Cheetos as the best pizza-flavored snack. What do you think? Let us know in the comments!