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Cheesecake Factory Ice Cream Is Coming So Get Your Spoons

Cheesecake factory ice cream
Cheesecake Factory/Wells Enterprises

The giant menus, the oddly unique art deco decor, the dessert. The Cheesecake Factory is an American staple, and whether you love it or you hate it, denying that the place has one of the widest arrays of the cream cheese-based cake is difficult. Now, Cheesecake Factory ice cream is coming so you can experience all the chain restaurant goodness from the comfort of your freezer.

According to an exclusive with People, Cheesecake Factory has teamed up with Wells Enterprises, an ice cream manufacturer known for its products like the classic Blue Bunny brand and the famous protein-rich, calorie-cutting Halo Top. The new Cheesecake Factory ice creams will all be cheesecake-based—naturally—but with seven different flavors including Birthday Cake, Cookie & Cream, Strawberry, and Chocolate.

As for availability, the new treats from the restaurant will drop nationwide in March 2020 just in time for your spring ice cream needs. Each flavor will come in 14 oz. carton and retail for $4.99.

Cheesecake Factory Ice Cream
Cheesecake Factory/Wells Enterprises

The new Cheesecake Factory ice cream isn’t the first foray into the grocery store for the restaurant. According to its corporate site, the purveyor of pasta and creator and cakes has multiple products available for purchase at retailers including full-size versions of its namesake dessert, cake mixes, and even coffee creamers. If you’ve visited a Cheesecake Factory, you know the allure of its famous brown bread. Don’t worry, it’s not all desserts at the grocery. You can also shop the famous bread.

While you do have to wait until March to get your hands on Cheesecake Factory’s ice cream, there’s always their other massive menu worth of goods to tide you over until then.

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