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Baskin Robbins Japan’s princess ice cream cake is perfect snack for Disney marathon at home

By Jess, grape Japan

Japan’s branches of Baskin Robbins often turn their delicious and icy expertise to collaborations with beloved pop culture institutions. Previously we’ve been treated to some sweet takes on Pokemon ice cream, including original flavors, and even a Star Wars ice cream cake featuring a cast of the series’ most popular characters.

Now ice cream cake-loving Disney enthusiasts are about to have their day with an adorable pastel offering themed around Princesses.

Each of the six individual slices is decorated with a character, along with suitable colors and flourishes. Each one is also a different ice cream flavor chosen to represent the particular princess.

Belle’s piece portrays her yellow dress through popular flavor Caramel Ribbon, and the top is decorated with a red rose and pink cream.


Jasmine’s is berry flavored, with a pretty lotus adorning the slice.


Love Potion 31 flavor has been picked for Rapunzel and the yellow whipped cream represents her cascading hair with a flower accessory.


The iconic stairs have been recreated in cream form for Cinderella’s piece, with a "romantic" chocolate ice cream flavor.


Ariel is represented by the Popping Shower flavor ice cream which has red and green hues like her hair and tail. The whipped cream on top is shell-shaped and decorated with a flower.


For Snow White, it’s a strawberry cheesecake flavored ice cream with a whipped cream forest.


If you think this ice cream cake is perfect for a Disney marathon at home, it can be picked up at Baskin Robbins branches in Japan for 3,600 yen.

Source: PR Times

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Perfect for a Disney marathon!

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I always had Ice Cream Cake for my B'days growing up. It was the only thing our large family let us pick - the cake for our b'day.

Still remember Mom letting the different flavors sit on the counter for an hour to soften so the different layers and sherbet balls could be placed into the cake mold. She'd make it the day before, so it would freeze overnight. Mom's didn't have any figures or sugary frosting, but the ice cream was great.

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Man, does this look yummy!

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I think I've put on enough weight since tele-working started, thank you very much.

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I would not want to be in the same room where this were served. In fact, I even have unease when I see it on my screen. Yuck!

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I'd need something a bit stronger to endure a Disney marathon.

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