An Ice Cream Flavor Made Just For Us: Friendly’s ‘Nor’Easter Pothole’
Friendly’s ice cream, based out of Springfield, Massachusetts, knows their ice cream, and knows what it’s like to be in the Northeast in the winter. Hence, they have debuted an ice cream flavor that proves it.
It’s their "Nor'Easter Pothole" limited edition ice cream. Friendly’s fans (like my husband) are calling it “yummy”. He works in Boston one day a week, and he’s sampled it there, but I have not — yet. And although I have found many potholes in the road, I have not been able to get my hands on this Pothole ice cream in the supermarket. I did try the Danbury Friendly’s 81 Newtown Road, just off exit 8 as well with no luck. They told me to check the Big Y, but that store was sold out of it.
"Nor'Easter Pothole" ice cream is made with chocolate ice cream that has a fudge swirl, along with crushed chocolate crème cookies and chocolate chips.
I've come to find out that you can locate it using the Friendly's Ice Cream website finder. The "Nor'Easter Pothole" flavor is one of 10 limited edition ice creams that Friendly's recently introduced.
Springfield TV station WWLP did a feature on it. and it looks amazing!
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