Cedar Crest Ice Cream Flavor Creation Contest

Cedar Crest Ice Cream and the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation have teamed up again to present the “Cedar Crest Ice Cream 4-H Flavor Contest” for Wisconsin 4-H clubs. The contest is open to all Wisconsin 4-H members to create and submit a flavor recipe.

Entries are due no later than November 13, 2020.

Who: All 4-H members in the state of Wisconsin

What: Develop and name an ice cream flavor

When: Entries must be submitted to Cedar Crest Ice Cream no later than November 13. 2020, via the online entry form on the Cedar Crest website (https://www.cedarcresticecream.com/) or email.

How: Submit entries using the online form at the Cedar Crest website:  https://www.cedarcresticecream.com/    

or

Click here to download the entry form.  Forms can also be emailed to kaitlyn.mazza@cedarcresticecream.com.

We encourage you to include high-resolution photos (cell phone or digital camera), drawings or stories about the development of your flavor with your entry; however, it is not required. Cedar Crest and Wisconsin 4-H Foundation may use these items for promotional purposes. Please email to: kaitlyn.mazza@cedarcresticecream.com or use the File Upload option on the online form.

We will select five top finalists with one finalist chosen as the grand prize winner.

The grand prize winner will receive a Cedar Crest Ice Cream Party and a $500 prize. The winning flavor will also be produced in 2021 and featured on all materials announcing the 2021 Feature Flavor line-up for the year.

The 4 additional top finalists will receive a Cedar Crest Ice Cream Party.

Questions? 
Kaitlyn Mazza:  kaitlyn.mazza@cedarcresticecream.com, (800) 877-8341
Joanne Wolan:  Joanne@Wis4HFoundation.org or (608) 262-1597

Congratulations to the 2020 Contest Winner!

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All received a Cedar Crest Ice Cream party, and the Grand Prize winner was awarded $300.

 

Grand Prize

Trail Blazers 4-H Club, Holmen, La Crosse County

for Road Trip Wisconsin:

Rich chocolate ice cream representing the fertile farmland of Wisconsin, walnut pieces for the northern woodlands, ribbons of caramel representing the mighty Mississippi and other rivers of our great state, and pieces of cheesecake for our long standing history of cheese production. Come visit Wisconsin today!

Finalists

White Cedars 4-H Club (Winneconne, WI, Winnebago County) for their flavor, Ant Hill: dark chocolate ice cream with peanut butter and caramel swirled with small pieces of Reeses pieces and chocolate sprinkles (the ants!)

Magnolia 4-H Club (Evansville, WI, Rock County) for their flavor, Pina Moolada: creamy coconut ice cream laced with perfectly sweetened pineapple pieces. The tropics of Wisconsin.

Big Elk Badgers 4-H Club (Phillips, WI, Price County) for their flavor, Logger Loot: vanilla ice cream with a caramel swirl mixed with Heath bars. Adds the club, “Our town was formed because of logging and our school mascot is a logger.”

Mississippi Mud 4-H Club (La Crosse, WI, La Crosse County) for their flavor, Lunar Mud: this ice cream has a milk chocolate base combined with chocolate chips, caramel, white chocolate chunks to symbolize the lunar moon, and brownie bites.