Cedar Crest Ice Cream and the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation have teamed up to present a Create an Ice Cream Flavor Contest.
The contest is open to all Wisconsin 4-H members. Entries are due to Cedar Crest Ice Cream no later than October 1, 2017.
Who: All 4-H members in the State of Wisconsin
What: Develop and name an ice cream flavor
When: Entries must be submitted to Cedar Crest Ice Cream no later than October 1, 2017, via the online entry form or email.
Entries must include:
- Entry Name
- Entry Description (see descriptions below for examples)
- Club Name
- Club County
- Club Leader Name
- Club Leader Address
- Club Leader Phone Number
- Club Leader Email Address
- Photos, drawings or stories about the development of the flavor may be included with the entry, but are not required. These items may be used by Cedar Crest and the 4-H Foundation for promotional purposes.
The winning club will receive a Cedar Crest Ice Cream Party and a $300 prize. In addition, the winning flavor will be produced in 2018 and featured on all materials announcing the 2018 Feature Flavor line-up for the year.
Some past feature flavors include:
Big Muddy – Dark Chocolate flavored Ice Cream with a Caramel Swirl and Brownie pieces
Udder Delight – Vanilla ice cream with chocolate-covered waffle cone pieces, fudge ribbon and peanut butter cups
Shipwreck – Vanilla ice cream with a sea salt caramel ribbon and candied almond splinters
Jumping Jersey Cow – Peanut butter flavored ice cream blended with chocolate-coated caramel mini cows and swirled with chocolate fudge
Elephant Tracks – Pieces of peanut butter cups and chocolate swirled in chocolate ice cream
When creating your entry, remember that winning entries make use of ingredients that are readily available.
*All entries into the Cedar Crest Ice Cream Flavor contest become the sole property of Cedar Crest Ice Cream. Any images, descriptions, photos or other material submitted as part of the contest may be used at the discretion of Cedar Crest Ice Cream and the 4-H Foundation for promotional purposes.