Trader Joe's Fans Are Freaking Out Over Its New Southern Peach Crisp Ice Cream

Summer is just around the corner, and Trader Joe's fans might have found the perfect dessert for the season. As seen on the @traderjoesobsessed Instagram account, the new Southern Peach Crisp Ice Cream might be our new sweet obsession. Described as a "peach puree and a crunchy buttery oat crisp," it seems as if Trader Joe's has transformed the classic pie shop fruit crumble into a frozen treat — instead of baking those stone fruits into a dessert and topping it with ice cream, you easily get the same tastes in one full scoop here.

According to some of the Instagram comments, the peach flavor seems to be more light than dominating and the dessert is pretty creamy. Additional commentary noted that the oat crisps are really good but some wished that there was more of them. As seen in the Instagram video, it looks like the peach pieces and oats are swirled into the ice cream and are more of a hidden treasure than pouring out of the pint.

The Trader's Joe's Southern Peach Crisp ice cream appears to be a new, limited time offering and has a suggested retail price of $2.99. It's best to check with local stores for availability as it does not currently appear on the Trader Joe's website.

Peach Crisp Ice Cream is the ultimate summer treat

If you can't find a pint of the Southern Peach Crisp Ice Cream, Trader Joe's isn't the only company that offers this frozen flavor. Jeni's has a Sweet Cream Biscuits and Peach Jam ice cream for sale on their website. The brand describes this pick as "sweet and salty" with hints of buttermilk, plus sweet biscuits and fresh peach jam folded into the mixture. The ice cream flavor is available where most Jeni's Ice Cream is sold and prices may vary.

Southern Living also taste tested ice cream brands with peach flavors to assess which is best. In addition to Jeni's, the testers tried Breyers Peach, Publix Premium Peach Ice Cream, Halo Top Peaches & Cream, and Blue Bell Creameries Peaches & Homemade Vanilla. While the Breyers ice cream took top prize in the blind taste test, each brand had aspects that were enjoyable. From Publix's peach ice cream base to Blue Bell Creameries' nod to nostalgia, you really can't go wrong with any of these picks. Summer desserts are definitely peachy this year.