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Blue moon is an ice cream flavor with bright blue coloring, available in the Upper Midwest of the United States. Multiple cities in the region claim to be the originator, with the popular theories including Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Ludington, Michigan.[1][2] The Chicago Tribune has described the ice cream as "Smurf-blue, marshmallow-sweet". Blue moon ice cream is one of the flavors that make up Superman ice cream in certain states.[1][3]




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Anon, I was going on wikipedia's information. I wouldn't say this reminded me of either raspberry or blueberry but just a generic berry flavor you'd associate with fruity pebbles. Like I said it's the mystery flavor of the ice cream world and we'll never know where it originated or what flavor it actually is!


Where I come from, many ice cream places offer a flavor called blue moon. In the freezer case, its unnatural coloration immediately draws attention amidst the more pedestrian offerings of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry.


It is that time of year my friends. We are getting to the hot days of summer! There is nothing better than ice cream on a hot summer day. Today, I am sharing a true Midwest treasure with you. That treasure is blue moon ice cream.


When I was a kid a local ice cream shop sold this flavor, and they sold a flavor called Play-Doh. Play-Doh was blue moon ice cream with pieces of rainbow colored sugar cookie dough swirled in.....I still think about how delicious that was!


I grew up in Ohio, a local ice cream stand served Blue Moon a couple of times during the summer. The lines would be long to get a cone of the yummy blue ice cream but so worth the wait. I have never been able to quite put my finger on the flavor profile. I recently stumbled across some Blue Moon ice cream at the grocery store in North Dakota, it was not even close to the flavor I remember so fondly. I am excited to try this version to see how it compares. Thank you for the recipe.


I am from WI, but live in Minnesota. When I was pregnant I craved this ice cream but couldn't find it anywhere! I got an ice cream maker and tried it. I did not disappoint! My children now love it! (The baby will have to wait a bit as she is only 5 months!)


Like the beauty of a sunset or the feeling you get when you look at a loved one, it seems like the flavor of blue moon ice cream is impossible to properly convey in words. David Dobrik put it this way: "It's kind of difficult [to describe], but it's like a sweeter, bluer vanilla. That doesn't really describe it well at all, but some people compare it to Fruity Pebbles."


I grew up in Wisconsin and this ice cream is typically only found in Wisconsin and the upper midwest states. The story of where the ice cream came from is a little mysterious. It is also often called Smurf Ice Cream for obvious reasons! It is a true midwest original!


Other Midwestern locales serve the creative concoction, too. Chocolate Shoppe Ice Cream, headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, with various other Wisconsin locations, sells Superman made with blue moon, cherry and vanilla ice cream.


Wondering what blue moon ice cream tastes like? The flavor is fruity with strong raspberry and lemon flavors. This fruit mixture reminds me of the flavor of fruit loops or fruity pebbles. I know, it sounds wild right? I think the reason this ice cream is so popular is that it reminds us of childhood! It reminds me of Saturday mornings eating my Fruit Loops in front of the tv while watching morning cartoons.(Usually Spongebob!) Memories like this lead me back to a simpler time. 041b061a72


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