Before we started researching the ice cream flavors that start with K, we assumed there would be many more than what is featured below. It turns out that ‘K’ is not a popular letter when it comes to ice cream flavors.
Nonetheless, here is the list of flavors related to the letter ‘K’ and brief descriptions of each flavor. We hope you find this list helpful for whatever purpose you might need it!
- Kahlua – It is a flavor that includes the liqueur Kahlua and a coffee component such as instant espresso powder.
- Kaju Katli – A cashew and saffron ice cream. It is a popular dessert in India.
- Karamel Sutra Core – A core flavor of Ben & Jerry’s made with chocolate & caramel ice cream + fudge chips & caramel core.
- Keep Your Head Up – This flavor is vanilla ice cream with blackberry sauce and oatmeal crisp. It is made by Taharka Brothers and is designed to taste similar to blackberry crumble.
- Kentucky Bourbon – It’s made with a couple of shots of Kentucky Bourbon when making small batches at home. Vanilla ice cream is often used as the base.
- Kettle Corn – Kettle corn is mixed into a creamy base for this ice cream flavor. This is certainly not popular commercially as a mainstream flavor but people certainly make it at home.
- Key Lime Pie – Key lime flavored ice cream with a graham cracker component such as pieces or swirls.
- Kinder – A hazelnut ice cream with Kinder candy mixed into it. Kinder Bueno is often a popular choice used to make this flavor.
- Kit Kat – It’s chocolate and Kit Kat ice creams with wafer swirl, and Kit Kat pieces.
- King Cake – King cake is a popular dessert of New Orleans that is similar to a combination of coffee cake and cinnamon rolls. It is made with brioche dough. Its fillings include cream cheese and chocolate among others. Van Leeuwen once made it commercially with sweet cream ice cream, cinnamon blondie cake pieces, and colorful swirls.
- Kiwi – A creamy ice cream base flavored with kiwi fruit pieces.
- Knickerbocker Glory – This is a British ice cream sundae made with vanilla and/or fruit-flavored ice cream, fruit compote or pieces, jelly or fruit syrup, and whipped cream. It often contains topping such as a cherries, nuts, or wafers. It’s traditionally served in a tall parfait glass with a long spoon.
- Kona Coffee – A creamy ice cream base flavored with Kona coffee that is sourced from Kona, Hawaii . The coffee is known for its clean, sweet, a slightly floral taste.
- Krazy Kookie Dough – Cake batter ice cream with pieces of sugar cookie dough. A flavor of Blue Bell.
- Kringle – Kringle is a type of sweet, flaky, and buttery Dutch pastry that is often filled with various fillings such as fruit, nuts, or almond paste. The pastry dough is usually rolled out thin and folded multiple times to create layers, similar to puff pastry. Pieces of Kringle are mixed into ice cream to create this flavor.
- Kumquat – A kumquat is a small, citrus fruit that resembles a tiny orange and originates from Southeast Asia. The flavor is a combination of sweet and tart with the entire fruit, including the peel, being edible.