Vanilla: The bond between America and vanilla ice cream dates back to the founding fathers. Thomas Jefferson is credited with developing the first American recipe for vanilla ice cream.
Chocolate: Chocolate is the second most popular ice cream flavour among Americans. Then then, there is no need to choose between the top two because they complement one another well.
Cookies 'n Cream: Cookies 'n Cream Ice cream is the third most popular flavour, and it was invented in 1979 when a South Dakota State University dairy plant manager wanted to create a new ice cream flavour.
Strawberry: Strawberry ice cream is a delightful delicacy that is both bright and fruity. It's no wonder that the dish, which combines strawberries and vanilla ice cream, is popular with the crowd.
Chocolate Chip: Chocolate chip ice cream is everything. The chocolate chips add a lovely crunchy texture to balance out the richness of the vanilla ice cream.
Mint Chocolate Chip: This minty spin on classic chocolate chip ice cream is a Baskin-Robbins original that became popular after being served at Princess Anne's wedding at Westminster Abbey under the name Mint Royale.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough: Chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream was created at Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shop in Burlington, Vermont, in response to a customer's message on their flavour suggestion bulletin board in 1984. It became an instant hit!