Paying it Forward on National Ice Cream Month



This year we’re partnering with our friends Tiny Pies® for the first time for National Ice Cream Month. We’ve created a new flavor—Lemon Lime Meringue Pie—which is available by the scoop, pint, or half pint for the entirety of July. Better yet, a portion of the proceeds from this flavor will benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities chapters located in Central Texas and San Antonio as part of our #ConesForACause campaign.


"Giving back and supporting the community is at the core of Lick's mission so we love being able to put a focus on Ronald McDonald House Charities chapters in Central Texas and San Antonio during National Ice Cream Month," says our Co-Founder Anthony Sobotik. "This is the fifth year that we've had the honor of partnering with this amazing organization that does such important work for children that have to be away from their families while receiving the care they need. It's even sweeter this year because we get to team up with our good friends at Tiny Pies® on a brand-new flavor to benefit RMHC. This is a cause that's close to our hearts so we hope y'all will join us in bringing a bit of joy to these families. It's easy, all you have to do is lick!”



THE SCOOP: LEMON LIME MERINGUE PIE

Just in time for the 4th of July, this flavor features decadent morsels of Tiny Pies® lemon meringue lovingly folded into Lick Honest Ice Creams’ hand-crafted, farm-to-scoop lime ice cream. Throughout the month of July, Lemon Lime Meringue Pie ice cream will be available at all our scoop shops, in-store at Tiny Pies®, and for nation-wide shipping via Goldbelly.


"Our lemon meringue pie pairs perfectly with Lick's lime ice cream—it's light, refreshing and perfect for a hot Texas day. It really captures the flavor of summer in a scoop of ice cream," says Tiny Pies® Co-Founder Amanda Wadsworth. "We always enjoy partnering with other like-minded businesses and especially love that Lick shares our philosophy of using the best ingredients from local farms."


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