Baskin-Robbins was originally famous as the home of “31 flavors.”
But the 66-year-old ice cream chain long ago pushed far beyond its original “31 flavors” slogan. According to its website, Baskin-Robbins has built up a “flavor library” of more than 1,300 concoctions, of which 57 are on its current menu at its 7,800 shops worldwide.
That’s because they aren’t ice cream (or sherbet or frozen yogurt) but rather non-dairy vegan options.
The flavors are Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and Chocolate Extreme.
The non-dairy additions are a mix of coconut oil and almond butter.
Baskin-Robbins, which was formed as a merger when two brothers-in-law combined their California ice cream shops in 1953, is now owned by Dunkin Donuts.
There are Baskin-Robbins stores in the tri-county South Florida region — including in Miami, Miami Beach, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. There are also locations in Key West, Bradenton and Orlando.