Baskin-Robbins adds ‘Polar Pizzas’ to its menu
Baskin-Robbins Australia has added ‘ice cream pizza’ to its menu.
Named “Polar Pizza”, the dessert consists of a chocolate-chip cookie base, with five scoops of ice cream on top. Toppings like marshmallows, sprinkles, biscuit and chocolate can then be added as desired.
General Manager of Baskin-Robbins Australia, Ben Flintoff, said the Polar Pizza is part of creating unique ice cream experiences for customers.
“The Polar Pizza is made to be customised, guests select their favourite ice cream flavours and toppings, making it the perfect treat for sharing at parties or setting a new tradition for a fun family night – no utensils required,” Flintoff said.
The Polar Pizza is available now for a limited-time only from Baskin-Robbin stores across Australia. The recommended retail price is AUD $19.90 per pizza.
Baskin-Robbins was established in the US in 1945 and its Australian branch is managed by Palm Oasis Ventures, a joint venture between the Galadari Brothers and Dunkin Brands International.
There are currently 87 Baskin-Robbins ice cream stores Australia-wide.
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