Spice Up Your Fall with Pierre’s Cinnamon Ice Cream

Break out those light jackets and scarves from storage — you’ll be needing them shortly. Fall is right around the corner, and with it will come cooler temps and lovely landscapes decorated with lush, multi-colored leaves.

Fall also brings with it some of our favorite desserts. Lots of our favorite desserts: Apple pie. Pumpkin pie. Pumpkin roll. Baked apples. Apple muffins….we pretty much satisfy our sweet tooth this time of year with apple and pumpkin delights — each served with a nice scoop of ice cream à la mode.

This usually means vanilla ice cream — and hey, who doesn’t love it? Not only is vanilla the top-selling ice cream flavor in the United States, our special French Vanilla was the flavor that made the Pierre’s brand famous.

But this fall, why not try something different? Something just as creamy and delicious as your go-to ice cream. Something smooth and subtly spicy. This year, serve up those apple dumplings and pumpkin tarts with Pierre’s Premium Cinnamon Ice Cream.

Cinnamon Ice Cream Serving Suggestions

Cinnamon Ice Cream puts a refreshing spin on that popular baking spice you’ll find in many fall recipes, making it the perfect match for whatever you whip up for clambakes, autumn gatherings and even Halloween.

Looking for new recipe ideas? Try these easy four-ingredient apple tarts or blend a batch of cinnamon cider milkshakes. Pack a carton of Cinnamon Ice Cream in a cooler, and bring it to your tailgate party (Go Browns!). Wow your relatives, and make this frozen “spice cream” the centerpiece of your Thanksgiving dessert table.

Share Your Dessert Pics with Pierre’s

Whatever treats you enjoy this fall, share them with us. Post photos of your favorite desserts paired with Pierre’s Cinnamon Ice Cream on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest using the hashtag #SpiceUpFall. We’ll feature our favorites in a future blog post.

A limited edition flavor, Cinnamon Ice Cream is only available at your favorite grocer through December. Pick some up today! 

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