We’re In Love with Baskin-Robbins’ Valentine’s Day Ice Cream

This romantic treat will melt your heart!

It’s time to start making plans for the most romantic day of the year! (The best way to say Happy Valentine’s Day is with food.) You could be ready to celebrate with a special someone—or single and ready to mingle. Lucky for you, there’s a special Baskin Robbins’ Valentine’s Day ice cream at your local scoop shop. See the hidden meaning in Baskin-Robbins’ logo.

Here’s what you need to know:

What is Baskin-Robbins’ Valentine’s Day ice cream?

Love Potion #31 is back! It was originally made for Valentine’s Day back in 1995 and became one of the chain’s most beloved ice cream flavors. It makes a happy return to Baskin-Robbins every year right before February. You might remember it? You have the chance to relive your first love all over again. Better order a Double Scoop.

You could even get free Baskin-Robbins ice cream—here’s how.

What’s in Love Potion #31?

You’re bound to fall head over heels in love! It all starts with a neat combination of white chocolate-flavored ice cream and raspberry-flavored ice cream. Whisked into that tempting concoction you’ll find some chocolate-flavored chips and adorable raspberry-filled chocolate-flavored hearts. Then, add a red raspberry swirl—and who wouldn’t love a scoop?

Get the recipe for our copycat cherry and chocolate ice cream pie.

When will the flavor be available?

The romantics among us know that Valentine’s Day doesn’t come around until mid-February, but you won’t have to wait that long to try this tasty ice cream. Baskin-Robbins’ Love Potion #31 will be hitting stores around the country by the end of January. It’s worth taking a quick trip down to your local store to see whether they have the raspberry-swirled treat. Pair with our recommended Valentine’s Day chocolates for a perfect date night!

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Charlotte Grainger
Charlotte Grainger is a creative feature writer, with a flair for food, health and lifestyle pieces. Her work has been seen in a number of national publications including Beyond Words Magazine, Reader's Digest and Psychologies. When she’s not typing away, you can find her trying out new recipes or binging Netflix shows— sometimes simultaneously.