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What’s Dippin’ in the Well: Fresh New Flavors!

Try a bite of the Co-op’s CONES artisan ice cream and you’ll taste the difference. Our ice cream is carefully made from scratch, using top quality, local, and organic ingredients. As part of the Co-op’s new community marketplace C•SQUARE, CONES makes fresh ice cream, sorbet, hand-dipped ice cream bars and ice cream sandwiches featuring our freshly baked CRUST & CRUMBS cookies. Get a scoop of one of our new, seasonal flavors in the Co-op Deli: Strawberry Sorbet and Toffee Walnut Ice Cream.

Made by hand in small batches, CONES is the Co-op’s artisan ice cream and sorbet program. Look for a seasonal, rotating selection of hand-dipped ice cream bars, pints, and ice cream sandwiches,  in the Co-op’s freezer aisle and at C•SQUARE. Serve these frozen delights on their own or alongside your favorite confections and baked goods.

CONES Fresh Strawberry Sorbet

CONES Ice Cream Sandwiches

Our new Fresh Strawberry Sorbet is a delicious dairy-free treat. Handmade right here at the Co-op, we blended farm-direct, organic strawberries from Viva Farms into a smooth, sweet puree for a refreshing fruit flavor that tastes just like summer. Get a scoop while it lasts!

CONES Toffee Walnut Ice Cream

Inspired by our house-made toffee and seasonal Toffee Walnut Cheesecake, our newest flavor of ice cream has a nostalgic appeal. We start with our vanilla ice cream made with organic cream sourced from Northwest dairies, and we swirl in roasted walnuts and our handmade toffee from C•SQUARE. The result is sweet, crunchy, rich, and oh-so-creamy. It’s one of those flavors you can eat all by itself or atop your favorite dessert.

By: Claire

ClaireClaire Harlock Garber loves to eat and drink and write about it. She has worked in the food industry for nearly a decade and was on staff at the Skagit Valley Co-op from 2010-2018, writing the regular columns Skagit Brew Corner, The Cheese Whisperer, The Bounty of Bulk, and What's Dippin' in the Well for the Co-op's blog, as well as articles for the Natural Enquirer newsletter.