Apple Cup Crisp faces off against university made ice creams | News
It’s National Dairy Month and Washington State University needs your help to win the grand championship of university made ice cream. Apple Cup Crisp, made by the WSU Creamery, is in the running to win the Progressive Dairyman 2014 Flavor Faceoff, but the Washington favorite needs your vote.
More than 12 universities entered the 2014 Flavor Faceoff, presented by Dairyman Magazine. Regional finalists will be announced on June 26, and the winner will be featured in the magazine.
Apple Cup Crisp is named for the annual Apple Cup and showcases green and spiced apple, caramel and oatmeal cookies swirled in Ferdinand’s vanilla ice cream. This isn’t the first time the regional treat has been recognized on the national level, last summer the apple homage was the Washington State ice cream treat of choice in Food Network’s 50 States, 50 Ice Cream Treats.
Regionally, Apple Cup Crisp is up against some tough competition. Brigham Young University has put forth their Graham Canyon ice cream. Featuring dark chocolate covered honeycomb pieces and graham cracker swirl in a graham cracker flavored ice cream, BYU is the flavor to beat. Which is why WSU needs your vote!
You can click HERE to cast your vote for WSU’s Apple Cup Crisp in the Progressive Dairyman 2014 Flavor Faceoff.