Wafflesaurus Rex is the new king of frozen desserts


Wafflesaurus Rex is ready to chomp on that sweet tooth. This new king of frozen desserts is going to be more Instagram-worthy than Thai rolled ice cream.

Frozen desserts are popular with all ages. From insane milkshakes to food trends, these sweet, frozen treats top the craveable list. While taste is always important, the Instagram-worthy factor often impacts the quest for the next big food trend. The perfect food picture can make that ice cream treat even more delicious (and your friends a little envious).

The Wafflesaurus Rex is taking Japanese taiyaki to a new Jurassic level. Japanese taiyaki serves soft serve ice cream in a fish shaped waffle cone. At last year’s IAAPA, the taiyaki was a huge hit. The intricacy of the waffle cone is visually impressive. The only downside is that the process is time consuming to make the cone.

Sweetosaur is launching this Wafflesaurus Rex along with other dinosaur themed treats. The two new flavors will surely have people lining up to try them. The new flavors are the chocolate Wafflesaurus and the Churrosaurus. Personally, the Churrosaurus sounds like an absolute dream. Who can resist a churro waffle with ducle de leche ice cream? My mouth is watering already.

The Churrosaurus, Original, and Chocolate Wafflesaurus (PRNewsfoto/Sweetosaur)

While these desserts sound indulgently satisfying, the frozen desserts are fun. The dinosaur theme is carried throughout the dessert. Eating the dessert becomes part treat and part entertainment.

This type of frozen treat shows that food is fun. Of course, there are days when people are healthy, eat only vegetables or count each calorie. Other times, food is meant to make you smile or just be indulgent. Can’t you remember when a treat made you feel happy?

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Are you ready to try this king of desserts? If you’ve been to Sweetosaur and tried the Wafflesaurus Rex, FoodSided wants to see your pictures. Tag us with #FoodSided and make us envious of your frozen desserts.