Braum’s offering 75 cent ice cream cones for National Ice Cream Day

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – A popular ice cream store in Oklahoma is celebrating National Ice Cream Day with a great deal.

On July 18, everyone can enjoy single dip ice cream cones for just 75 cents all day at all Braum’s locations.

National Ice Cream Day - 2021

Braum’s makes over 100 flavors of ice cream using fresh milk from Braum’s private dairy herd.

This summer, Braum’s has six new flavors and four new sundaes.

  • Sticky Bun – the ice cream version of the classic breakfast dessert with actual pieces of sticky bun in it
  • French Chocolate Macaroon – creamy chocolate with macaroon cookie pieces inside
  • White Chocolate Strawberry Tart – white chocolate flavored ice cream with chunks of strawberry and pound cake
  • Fried Caramel Toffee Pie – delicious caramel and toffee flavor with actual pie crust pieces
  • Cocoa Banana – light, creamy chocolate with a hint of banana flavor and pieces of pound cake
  • Pistachio Almond Chocolate Chip – a favorite classic with mini chocolate chips added
  • Four Fancy Sundaes Featuring Four of the Ice Cream Flavors
  • French Chocolate Macaroon – served on macaroon cookies and topped with marshmallow topping, whipped cream and a cherry
  • Sticky Bun – served on vanilla Bundt Cakes, topped with caramel, whipped cream and a cherry
  • White Chocolate Strawberry Tart – served on vanilla Bundt cakes, topped with strawberry topping, whipped cream and a cherry
  • Cocoa Banana – served on chocolate Bundt cakes, topped with hot fudge, sliced bananas, whipped cream and a cherry.

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