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Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams Rolls Out New Fall Flavors

A new slate of fall flavors and none are pumpkin! Enjoy the new Sweet Potato Marshmallow Brûlée, Green Mint Chip and more.

Jeni’s Spendid Ice Creams is rolling out some new fall flavors. Here’s a look at what’s coming to your local scoop shop in the weeks ahead.

Summer’s not over yet.

They launched Rainbow Fizz — a limited edition, in-shop-only, late-summer float. It combines citrusy and tart Rainbow buttermilk frozen yogurt with their fruity and fizzy beverage, Pink Champ (available now for a limited time in select scoop shops).

Move over, pumpkin spice.

The new Sweet Potato Marshmallow Brûlée ice cream is what autumnal dreams are made of. It’s an evolution of their classic (and cult favorite!) Sweet Potato with Torched Marshmallows ice cream made with roasted sweet potatoes, nutmeg and cinnamon, a bright marshmallow sweet cream swirl and burnt sugar candies for a caramelized finish.

Below are Jeni’s other new fall classics dropping in scoop shops mid-September (available online now):

Green Mint Chip

Peppermint cream with crunchy, bittersweet chocolate (available in shops Sept. 14).

Skillet Cinnamon Roll

Cream cheese frosting ice cream and gooey caramel with lots and lots of cinnamon (available in shops Sept. 14).

Boston Cream Pie

Salted vanilla custard layered with yellow cake pieces and darkest chocolate fudge (available in shops Sept. 21).

Cookies in Cream

Scratch-made darkest-chocolate cookies with flecks of white chocolate in vanilla-scented cream (available in shops Sept. 21).

Cone Coins are back.

Cone Coins — kid-sized gift cards all dressed up with spooky backers — are back in the scoop shops starting Oct. 5. Every coin (available in bundles of 20 for $40) is redeemable for one kids cone at a Jeni’s scoop shop.

Jeni’s has locations in Franklin, 4021 Aspen Grove Drive; Brentwood, 211 Franklin Road, and 1892 Eastland Drive, Nashville. For more information, click here.



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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.