A Father’s Day gift that will never be forgotten: a bucket of fried chicken ice cream! (Wait! It only looks like fried chicken!)

It’s a bucket of nine pieces of “Not Fried Chicken” Ice Cream.

What looks just like a fried chicken drumstick is actually an intricate ice cream creation, complete with waffle ice cream, a chocolate-covered cookie “bone” and a coating of white chocolate and crushed corn flakes—and absolutely NO chicken.

It’s crispy, crunchy, creamy, salty, sweet, and as fun to eat as it is delicious.

Not Fried Chicken is the brainchild of pastry chef Cynthia Wong, owner of Life Raft Treats.

She writes on her website: “We are devoted to sparking joy and surprise through our unique, passionately crafted ice cream and sweets.”

She has a winner with Not Fried Chicken. It will bring a big smile, a happy palate, and a memory that will last.

All of her ice creams are made with high-quality locally-farmed dairy and eggs, and while she’s located in South Carolina, you can order Not Fried Chicken on Goldbelly.

Order your Not Fried Chicken here.

Of course, it’s not just for Father’s Day: You can send it to anybody, anytime.
 
 
> The history of ice cream.
 
> The different types of ice cream and other frozen treats.

 

Not Fried Chicken Bucket
[1] Yes, it’s really ice cream (photos © Life Raft Treats).

Not Fried Chicken Drumstick
[2] Bite into a “drumstick.” Each drumstick is three ounces.

 

 
 

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