Walmart Is Selling Eggnog Ice Cream Right Now

This ice cream will have you singing Christmas carols in September.

We’re so ready for the holidays! If there’s ever been a time when we could all use some cheer, it’s this year. Thankfully, “most-wonderful-time-of-the-year” updates are starting to roll in, with both Hershey’s Kisses and M&M’s announcing seasonal sugar cookie flavors.

Now, Walmart is sharing holiday food news. Here’s the scoop on eggnog ice cream.

What Does the Eggnog Ice Cream Taste Like?

The reviews are in—this ice cream tastes exactly like eggnog. It also has a smooth, creamy texture, too, which happy customers seem to love. Plus, the eggnog ice cream is packaged in a festive container with snowflakes. How cute!

Walmart is actually giving us three reasons to celebrate the holidays early, because they’ve dropped eggnog ice cream, plus peppermint and hot chocolate ice cream, too. The peppermint ice cream is cool mint-flavored and comes with peppermint candies blended inside. Walmart describes the hot chocolate ice cream as “chocolate caramel ice cream with a marshmallow flavored swirl and chocolate flavored chunks,” which might actually make it better than the drink itself!

If you’re an eggnog fan, you’ll definitely want to read our secret to making the perfect homemade eggnog.

When Can I Buy the Ice Cream?

The best part is that eggnog ice cream is currently available at Walmart. That’s right—there’s no need to wait until November or December to taste this holiday goodness! And at just $1.97 for a 48-ounce container, it will be easy to save up for holiday shopping. Don’t forget to check out the brand-new ice cream flavors Target is offering for fall, too.

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Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.