The texture was more icy than creamy, and it seemed to melt fairly quickly.
Bottom line: This $1 cone is the most budget-friendly option of the bunch.
This soft-serve ice cream arrived with a nice consistency and didn’t melt too fast.
Bottom line: At $1.79 a cone, McDonald’s offers an inexpensive treat.
Here, a cone was $2.39 and the service was quick.
Bottom line: It's a fine chioce. The creaminess and vanilla flavor didn’t match some of our faves.
At $4.29, the price was high, and it only came in a cup, but it was rich and creamy.
Bottom line: Compared to the shakes, this ice cream felt more like an afterthought.
This $1.69 cone was flavorful and refreshing, but it did have more of a frosty mouthfeel.
Bottom line: Of all the budget-friendly fast-food ice cream cones, this one offered the most vanilla flavor.
The scoop of ice cream had a pleasant consistency with a mild vanilla flavor.
Bottom line: There’s something for everyone at Baskin-Robbins. The whole family will leave happy.
The delightfully rich and firm scoop held up well to the summer heat.
Bottom line: It’s so fun to watch the mix-in creations. A trip to Cold Stone feels like dessert with a show!
Custard is incredibly smooth because it’s made with egg yolks. It had a fresh dairy and real vanilla flavor.
Bottom line: This was our favorite soft serve-style ice cream of the bunch.
This is a high-quality ice cream, made with real cream and quality vanilla.
Bottom line: This was the best of all the scoops we sampled, as well as the top experience overall.