The Cheesecake Factory Is Releasing A Line of Ice Cream 

The Cheesecake Factory is officially releasing a line of cheesecake ice cream with seven different flavors.

The chain partnered with Wells Enterprises, Inc., a Le Mars, Iowa-based ice cream manufacturer, to release frozen pints. The ice creams, made with sour cream and their signature cream cheese blend, come in flavors modeled after their famous slices like birthday cake, chocolate, and cookies and cream. Each one will be packaged in a 14-oz. carton for a suggested retail price of $4.99. They will be available nationwide in the frozen aisle of grocery stores by March.

The full list of flavors includes:

Birthday Cake: premium cake flavored cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream, cake pieces, swirls of icing and candy sprinkles

Chocolate: premium chocolate cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream and rich chocolate fudge swirls

Cookies & Cream: premium cookies & cream cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream and chocolate cookie swirls

Key Lime: premium key lime cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream and graham swirls

Original: premium cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream and graham swirls

Salted Caramel: premium caramel cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream, sea salt caramel and graham swirls

Strawberry: premium strawberry cheesecake ice cream with a signature cream cheese blend, sour cream, strawberry and graham swirls

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