Miss Mindy's in Bayville is dishing out their holiday flavors for three days only.

A message from Miss Mindy's from their Facebook Page: Miss Mindy's will be open for three days December 21st, December 22nd, and December 23rd, 2021 for select pints, quarts, sundaes, shakes, and pies just in time for the holidays. Miss Mindy's Ice Cream is located at 1035 Atlantic City Blvd. (Rt. 9) in Bayville.

A couple of holiday flavors for your tastebuds: rainbow cookie, egg nog and ginger snaps, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus milkshake and many more favorites.

 

When they open in the spring I know they'll have all 14 of their "everyday flavors" along with, Banana and Macadamia, and White Chocolate. Their lick-able "everyday flavors" - vanilla bean, cherry vanilla, chocolate, chocolate peanut butter (my favorite), butter pecan, coffee, strawberry, black raspberry, cookies and cream, chocolate chip cookie dough, mint chocolate chunk, chocolate chip. 

My all-time favorite of Miss Mindy's is their chocolate ice cream. I can't tell you why I love it so much, but I do. The taste of the chocolate is just incredible.

Here are some of their crazy flavors - Peeps (yellow ice cream with sprinkles and real Peeps mixed in), cotton candy, PB&J, Coconut, Bunch o Stuff (chocolate with graham cracker, caramel, and cinnamon), Mother Earth (green and blue swirl with vanilla crunch). They will also have two no sugar added flavors and dairy-free chocolate peanut butter,  and soft-serve Dole Whip.

THREE days only, December 21st, December 22nd, and December 23rd. Get your holiday ice cream.

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