The Most Iconic Ice Cream Flavor in Every State

Here are the best ice cream flavors from every state. Does your favorite line up with your state's?

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Alabama: Butter Pecan

Alabama’s state nut is the pecan, so is it any wonder folks in Alabama love this ingredient in their ice cream? Butter pecan is one of the best ice cream flavors at parlors statewide.

Pack more pecans into your diet with these sweet and savory pecan recipes.

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Alaska: Eskimo Ice Cream

This ice cream is definitely unique to Alaska! Akutaq, more commonly known as Eskimo ice cream, isn’t quite a traditional ice cream. It’s a mixture of whipped fat and berries like cranberries and blueberries. Today it’s commonly made with the addition of cream and sugar for a sweeter treat.

Next: Whip up one of our easy fresh fruit desserts.

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Arizona: Horchata

Arizona is home to Sweet Republic, a small scale ice creamery. This brand, distributed throughout the state, comes up with new flavors regularly. One of the most iconic, though, blends ice cream with the state’s Mexican influence. What results is Horchata, a creamy combo of ice cream and cinnamon.

Make the beverage that inspired this ice cream at home.

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Arkansas: Banana Nut

There’s no Southern dessert that matches up to the flavors of a good banana pudding. Unless you count a banana ice cream. In Arkansas, banana nut is always a winner.

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California: Neapolitan

According to the California Dairy Press Room, California has been the nation’s top ice cream producing state for at least two decades. And guess what flavor is in the highest demand? Why it’s not one flavor at all. It’s three, although it’s known by one name: Neapolitan, which is made of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry, all lined up side by side.

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Colorado: Root Beer Float

Back in 1893, Frank J. Wisner invented the root beer float that we all know and love. Today, you don’t have to mix the two ingredients together to get that great flavor—you can enjoy a scoop of root beer ice cream on its own! Though if you do want to make a float, we recommend these root beer brands.

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Connecticut: Almond Joy

When it comes to candy bars, Almond Joys have got to be up there! Dark chocolate combined with coconut and almond is a classic combo. Invented in New Haven back in 1946, the candy bar was a success. We think it might be even better when those ingredients are swirled into ice cream!

These are the best artisan ice cream brands.

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Delaware: Mint Chip

For the last three years and running, mint chip has been Delaware’s fave, based on how often Delaware folks tweet about it. Who can blame them? Mint and chocolate is an iconic combo.

Love mint? Try these recipes!

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Florida: Orange Cream

Floridians love their oranges and they love their ice cream—it’s the best way to cool off on a hot day. Put these two ingredients together for an amazing citrus treat: Dreamsicle ice cream.

Love citrus? Try these orange recipes.

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Georgia: Peach Anything

This is hands-down one of the best ice cream flavors. Home to the best peaches in the country, it’s no surprise that Georgia is also home to lovers of all peach flavored ice creams. Folks flock to High Road Craft Ice Cream in Atlanta for their Bellini ice cream. But Georgian home cooks make their own renditions of peach ice cream, too! Just check out this recipe from Marguerite Ethridge in Americus, Georgia.

Make use of fresh peaches with these tasty recipes.

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Hawaii: Ube

As America’s most exotic destination, you can expect an exotic flavor to rank as one of the top ice creams. On the islands, Hawaiians love ube ice cream. Ube is a type of purple-hued yam that’s native to tropical locales. (Learn how to make ube bread, too!) It has a sweet, vanilla-esque flavor with some floral notes—sounds delish to us! And with that beautiful lavender color, we aren’t surprised why this ice cream flies off the shelves and out of the ice cream shops.

Get your fix of Hawaiian cuisine with these recipes right from the Aloha State.

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Idaho: Huckleberry

Huckleberry is the state fruit of Idaho, so it’s no wonder locals love to incorporate the berry into all kinds of treats like this huckleberry cheese pie and ice cream. The tart huckleberry makes for a great compliment to creamy sweet ice cream and you can find the combination at local ice cream shops statewide.

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Illinois: Chocolate Malt

Back in the day, Chicago-based Walgreens stores served up malted milkshakes at the counter and helped popularize the drink nationwide. While the chain may have stopped serving ice cream, folks in Illinois never lost their taste for chocolate malt—now they prefer it by the scoop instead of served up in a glass.

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Indiana: Chocolate

Indiana ranks second in the nation in ice cream production (second only to California). It also happens to be where Edy’s Ice Cream is headquartered. This brand receives consistently good reviews for its stellar chocolate ice cream from all sorts of media outlets (Taste of Home included—check out our test!), so it’s no wonder the flavor is one of Indiana’s favorites, too!

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Iowa: Bunny Tracks

Ice cream giant Blue Bunny calls Iowa home. Outside of vanilla, Bunny Tracks is the brand’s most popular flavor. The combination of vanilla ice cream, caramel, fudge swirls, chocolate-covered peanuts and peanut butter is too good to resist!

Check out other iconic Iowa treats here!

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Kansas: Purple Pride

At Kansas State University, the Call Hall Dairy Bar is an ice-cream tradition, and while vanilla sells more scoops, and there are 40 core flavors available, nothing screams “K-State Purple Pride” like the blueberry ice cream known as “Purple Pride.” Annually, the dairy bar goes through about 250 three-gallon tubs of it! “Purple is our color and the color we bleed and eat through the amazing ice cream Call Hall sells,” according to the K-State Collegian.

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Kentucky: Bourbon Vanilla

Leave it to Kentucky to blend their most popular export into ice cream for a tempting treat. Flavors like bourbon-vanilla, bourbon-pecan and bourbon-praline are popular statewide.

Add a little bourbon to your favorite dishes with these recipes.

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Louisiana: Praline Pecan

Walk the streets of New Orleans and you’ll stumble on confectionary after confectionary selling homemade pralines. These delicious treats made from brown sugar, cream, butter and pecans are a must for tourists and locals—whether you eat them solo or mixed into a creamy ice cream.

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Maine: Blueberry

Maine is famous for its blueberries. These tart berries make a great addition to all kinds of treats—just check out all these blueberry recipes—including ice cream!

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Maryland: Maryland Mud

We’ve all heard of Mississippi Mud before, but what about Maryland Mud? This ice cream, created in Baltimore, consists of a chocolate base with chocolate chips and Oreo pieces. This one’s for the chocolate lovers (so are these decadent desserts)!

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Massachusetts: Maple Nut

It’s maple walnut ice cream that is closest the hearts of those who live in Massachusetts, according to New England Today. Creamy maple ice cream studded with crunchy walnuts is hard to beat.

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Michigan: Superman

“The origins of Superman ice cream are a bit of a mystery,” according to Michigan Live, but that doesn’t stop Michiganders from gobbling down this super sweet treat by the gallon each summer. This yellow, red and blue ice cream is typically a blend of cherry, lemon (or vanilla) and Blue Moon ice cream (skip ahead to Wisconsin to hear more about that mystery flavor!).

In addition to Superman ice cream, you know you’re from the midwest if you’ve tried any of these foods!

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Minnesota: Salted Caramel

The home cook from Montevideo, Minnesota, points out that Minnesota folks “take winter seriously.” But when it comes to ice cream flavors, they’re all about beach-y sunshine and sea salt breezes. According to Walmart, the flavor that flies off the shelf in Minnesota, more than all others is Sea Salt Caramel!

For a taste of Minnesota savory food culture, there’s nothing like “Hot Dish.”

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Mississippi: Mississippi Mud

Of course, Mississippians love Mississippi Mud ice cream. This ice cream starts with a chocolate base swirled with fudge, chocolate cookies, nuts and sometimes even some coffee. The result is a super-rich ice cream that no one can resist!

Try our take on Mississippi Mud with our easy 13×9 dessert.

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Missouri: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

Did you know that the waffle cone was invented in St. Louis during the World’s Fair in 1904. Thank you, St. Louis for that amazing treat! Now 100+ years later, Missourians like to fill their cones with cookie dough ice cream according to Twitter.

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Montana: S’mores

Out in the wilderness of Montana, you can bet there are plenty of s’mores being made. And you can bet there are plenty of s’mores ice cream, too! Revamp your s’mores at home with these tips and grab a big scoop of ice cream to eat alongside.

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Nebraska: Butter Brickle

Sure, Nebraska folks like to tweet about cookie dough-flavored ice cream, but the classic Nebraska flavor happens to be Butter Brickle, which was invented right in Lincoln at the Blackstone Hotel in the 1920s. If you’ve never had it, you’ll want to get on that. It’s a sweet cream ice cream base studded with small, crunchy pieces of golden-brown toffee.

Turn this ice cream into a pie with this easy recipe.

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Nevada: Dark Chocolate

Like Las Vegas, Nevada’s ice cream of choice is a bit over the top. Super rich, decadent dark chocolate ice cream definitely has a home in the Silver State. This dessert is so lush that it doesn’t need an accompaniment.

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New Hampshire: Pumpkin

Folks in New Hampshire take their pumpkin seriously—it’s their state fruit! While we typically associate the squash with fall baking, it works well in ice cream too when combined with all those warming spices like cinnamon and clove.

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New Jersey: Watermelon

In New Jersey, folks like to embrace all that summer has to offer—maybe even heading down to the shore. There, folks love summery sncks, and one of the best ice cream flavors is watermelon. Tourists and locals alike flock to Friendly’s across the state for a slice of their trademark Wattamelon Roll—that’s watermelon and lemon combined with chocolate chip seeds. Yum!

Make your own cool watermelon treats with these recipes.

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New Mexico: Chocolate-Chili

New Mexico is known for its tasty cuisine that turns up the heat—just check out these New Mexican recipes. Of course, the state’s most iconic ice cream flavor brings the heat as well. A rich chocolate with just a hint of chili really adds a kick to the simple dessert.

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New York: New York Cherry

When it comes to ice cream, New Yorkers know how to do it right. Sweet and tart New York Cherry ice cream is the state’s most iconic flavor. We love it because it pairs so well with some homemade hot fudge on top!

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North Carolina: Wolf Tracks

Howling Cow Ice Cream is located on the North Carolina State University campus, sources its milk from the school’s Dairy Research and Teaching Farm, and is famous for its amazing ice cream, but especially for its Wolf Tracks flavor, which combines chocolate and vanilla ice cream, fudge chunks and mini peanut butter cups. “A must-try if you ever find yourself at NC State,” says an NC State student writing for Spoon University.

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North Dakota: Rhubarb Pie

When it comes to ingredients, North Dakotans embrace all things local, like rhubarb. This tart ingredient has a starring role in a handful of the state’s best recipes, and it makes for a great addition to North Dakota’s most iconic ice cream flavor: Rhubarb Pie.

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Ohio: Chocolate-Peanut Butter

It should be no surprise that the Buckeye State’s favorite ice cream is chocolate with peanut butter cups. This play on the classic buckeye treat makes for a super tasty combo (obviously!).

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Oklahoma: Strawberry

Oklahoma’s state fruit is strawberries. While these berries can be used in sweet and savory dishes, maybe the best strawberry creation of all is ice cream. Sweet and slightly tart, we think it goes great with a few chocolate shavings on top!

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Oregon: Berries and Cream

The Beaver State is home to a handful of wild berries—from blueberries to blackberries to marionberries. When it comes time for desserts, Oregonians love to mix in these fresh finds wherever they can, including in ice cream.

Get more Oregon recipes here.

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Pennsylvania: Brownie

Based on the sheer volume of brownie-flavor ice cream tweets coming out of Pennsylvania, it seems that there’s this is one of the best ice cream flavors in Pennsylvania. Could it have something to do with the fact that Hershey’s is a Pennsylvania staple and has been for as long as anyone can remember? Speaking of which, have you tried the Hershey’s Gold bar yet? Yum!

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Rhode Island: Espresso

Rhode Islanders can’t get enough coffee. In fact, coffee milk is their state beverage. It’s no wonder, then, that this tiny state loves Espresso ice cream for a little pick me up.

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South Carolina: Pay Day

In South Carolina, boiled peanuts are the state’s official snack food. When South Carolinians are enjoying dessert instead of a simple snack, they still reach for peanuts—just accompanied by caramel and vanilla ice cream.

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South Dakota: Cookies ‘N Cream

While there is some debate, South Dakota State University claims that the state is the home of this classic ice cream flavor. And who wouldn’t want to claim Cookies ‘N Cream for themselves?

Love this classic combo? Try these recipes.

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Tennessee: Cotton Candy

Cotton candy was invented in Nashville in 1897. Many years later the treat’s popularity endures, although you’re just as likely to find it as a flavoring as a candy itself. Tennesseans love their creation, especially when swirled into ice cream.

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Texas: Homemade Vanilla

Brenham, Texas is home to Blue Bell Creameries. While the brand is popular across the country, Texans count themselves among the brand’s biggest fans. Of Blue Bell’s dozens of flavors, one consistently rises to the top: Homemade Vanilla. Sweet and simple, this ice cream goes well with these Texas-sized desserts.

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Utah: Cherry Chip

Utah’s state fruit is the cherry, so it stands to reason that the most popular flavor in the state relies on its tart flavor. Unlike New York, Utahns like their cherry ice cream with a little something extra: chocolate chips! This flavor is good on its own, but try sandwiching it between two cookies for a decadent ice cream sandwich.

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Vermont: Teaberry

“With a color as bright as bubblegum and the undeniable taste of wintergreen,” according to Daily Break, teaberry ice cream is only found in New England. It’s made from the teaberry, which is also found only in New England (naturally!). Vermont ice cream lovers crave a nice teaberry cone when they’re not devouring their home state’s Ben & Jerry’s latest flavor.

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Virginia: Caramel Apple

Home to Jamestown, the first American colony, it stands to reason that the state’s iconic ice cream flavor would be as American as apple pie (or close to it). Caramel Apple combines flavors we all love with one of Virginia’s premier crops: apples!

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Washington: Everything Coffee

The state that brought us Starbucks tweets a lot about coffee ice cream. Espresso milkshake from Ferdinand’s, anyone? Anvil espresso flavor from Brain Freeze Creamery? Or how about a double scoop with double chocolate doughnut from Shrug’s Soda Fountain and Creamery? The list goes on and on!

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West Virginia: Black Walnut

In West Virginia, folks can’t get enough of black walnut ice cream. This nutty flavor is served up at sweet shops across the state like Austin’s in Kenova (which is often considered the best place to get a scoop).

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Wisconsin: Blue Moon

It’s the color of Smurfs and has a taste that everyone loves, but no one can quite identify (is it Froot Loops? Is it almond? Is it marshmallow? Is it animal crackers?!). We’re talking about Wisconsin’s signature ice cream flavor: Blue Moon. Its origins are unclear but seem to be linked to someone who worked at Milwaukee’s Petran Products in the 1950s, according to Atlas Obscura.

Want to make your own blue food? You’ll have to use this vegetable!

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Wyoming: Oatmeal Cookie Dough

Who doesn’t love a cowboy cookie? These oatmeal cookies are loaded with all sorts of tasty ingredients from chocolate chips to coconut making for one of the best ice cream flavors. Now take that cookie dough and mix it into ice cream and you’ve got a real winner (and the state’s most iconic ice cream flavor).

Get more recipes from Wyoming here.

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Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is a former Taste of Home editor and passionate baker. During her tenure, she poured her love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. Lisa also dedicated her career here to finding and testing the best ingredients, kitchen gear and home products for our Test Kitchen-Preferred program. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.
Lauren Cahn
Lauren Cahn is a New York-based writer whose work has appeared regularly in The Huffington Post as well as a variety of other publications since 2008 on such topics as life and style, popular culture, law, religion, health, fitness, yoga, entertaining and entertainment. She is also a writer of crime fiction; her first full-length manuscript, The Trust Game, was short-listed for the 2017 CLUE Award for emerging talent in the genre of suspense fiction.