4-H Flavor Contest Now Accepting Entries
Winner and Finalists of Cedar Crest Ice Cream Flavor Creation Contest Announced
Grand Prize Winner
Knellsville 4-H Club, Ozaukee County (Grafton, WI)
Leader: Jan Dommer
Dalton Doers 4-H Club, Green Lake County (Dalton, WI)
Flavor: Cow Pie
Leader: Brenda Oft
Middle Inlet Moonshiners 4-H Club, Marinette County (Crivitz, WI)
Flavor: Brewster Rooster
Leader: Suzanne Deschane
Naugart Knights 4-H Club, Marathon County (Athens, WI)
Flavor: Rabbit Snacks
Leader: Martha Luckey
Rockland 4-H Club, Brown County (De Pere, WI)
Flavor: Sweet & Salty Dreams
Leader: Mary VanDyck
The finalists receive a Cedar Crest Ice Cream party. The Grand Prize winner receives an ice cream party and is awarded $500.
The winning flavor, Haystack, features vanilla ice cream swirled with Caramel Fudge and blended with Reese’s Pieces and Chocolate Coated Peanuts. Read the complete descriptions of the winning entry and finalists.
According to Brenda Scheider, Executive Director of the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation, the contest is a great opportunity for 4-H youth to work together to develop and name their flavor. “The most exciting part of the contest is the winning flavor will be available through Cedar Crest this summer.”
The annual contest has already yielded popular flavors including Wisconsin Campfire S’more created by Springbrook 4-H Club of New Richmond; Deep Woods, created by the Badger Boosters 4-H Club of West Bend; and Deep Space, developed by the Baraboo Valley 4-H Club.
“We are proud to support the Wisconsin 4-H organization through our annual flavor contest,” said Cedar Crest Ice Cream President Ken Kohlwey. “The project requires collaboration, teamwork and creativity to create the next best ice cream flavor. Every year we look forward to reading the entries that comes in and sharing the winning flavor with our customers.”
Entries were judged by a panel of ice cream experts chosen by Cedar Crest Ice Cream. The company manufactures more than 80 flavors of ice cream, along with frozen custard, sherbet and sorbet at its Manitowoc, Wisconsin, facility, and distributes products in the Midwest and beyond.
Based in Madison, Wisconsin, the Wisconsin 4-H Foundation provides essential funding for 4-H programs throughout Wisconsin. By partnering with individuals, corporations and foundations, the Wisconsin 4-H foundation supports more than 150,000 youth who take part in various leadership, development and community-building activities throughout the state.