Häagen-Dazs Vegetable Ice Cream to Include Tomato and Carrot Flavors


Tomatoes and carrots are no longer reserved for your salad. Häagen-Dazs will be unleashing two new vegetable flavors in Japan on May 12, Rocket News reports. The new ice creams are part of a "Spoon Vege" series that includes Tomato Cherry and Carrot Orange.


While the flavor combinations may perplex you, they aren't too different from the juicing mixes here in the States. The Tomato Cherry blends tomato's subtle sweetness with cherry's distinct sweet-sour taste, while the Carrot Orange delivers citrus notes to the savory carrot flavor. Both flavors will contain 8.5 percent milk half, just over half of Häagen-Dazs usual milk fat content.

For those in Japan looking to try these the veggie desserts, they'll be available in 100 ml servings for 284 yen (US $2.77). If you're a bit dazzled on what you'd top these with, try reaching for the vinaigrette.