Sometimes it’s hard to imagine what could taste better than an icy-cold chocolate or vanilla malt on a hot August day. But as plans are made for the Dairy Goodness Bar at the Minnesota State Fair this year, imagination has no boundaries. For the second year, we’ve come up with three new flavors and you can help us pick which one will make that chocolate or vanilla malt scream with deliciousness!
We’ll offer, for one year only, the malt you pick from these three choices:
That’s My Jam! – A surprising flavor sensation, “That’s My Jam!” takes the ice cream experience to a whole new level. Vanilla malt or sundae topped with a flavorful pepper jam and crunchy oyster crackers, this tempting treat is a refreshing and delicious blend of sweet and savory. Spicy? No. Delicious? Yes.
Scotch Hopper Crunch – Think: dipping fries in a malt on a hot summer day. Crispy shoestring potatoes, butterscotch chips and chocolate syrup topping a vanilla malt or sundae give this dairy delicacy a nostalgic, satisfying flavor.
Call It Breakfast – It’s okay to call this malt “breakfast.” Perhaps you think of Sunday mornings; in the church basement, at grandma’s house or even sitting on the porch reading a newspaper. Pull up a chair and enjoy the taste of Sunday morning with a vanilla malt or ice cream topped with sprinkles, chocolate and latte-flavored syrup, and chunks of bakery-fresh donuts.
Which one sounds good to you? Vote for your favorite by May 25, and share it with the hashtag #DairyGoodnessFlavor to help it get more votes. We’ll announce the winner during June Dairy Month.
Personally, I adored Salted Caramel Puff, the flavor you all picked for us last year. I have a favorite pick for this year, but I’m not telling!
The poll has closed!
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