Baskin Robbins Review: Inside Out Apple Pie

Sakshi Palav and Diana Garza


First things first, I am NOT an ice cream lover, by any means. Ever since I was, umm, I don’t know, like four, I have not been able to finish a single full scoop of ice cream. I don’t know what it is. It’s just always too sweet or too much, and even if I do enjoy it, I just cannot, for the life of me, finish ice cream. 

However, this month’s flavor of the month was so good I—cue the applause—finished the whole scoop. But I did not finish it in the name of apple pie ice cream. I finished it in the tastes-like-sweet-pecan sense. 

I think the fact that it tasted like honey pecans was why I enjoyed it so much. It was not too sweet, not too much pie crust, or too big apple pieces. 

This was my first BR review, and honestly, I’m pretty impressed. I definitely would not have gone out of my way to try this flavor, but I’m glad I did. 

I might even go for seconds. That’s how good this apple pie ice cream was. I rate it a solid 9/10. 



Apple Pie and ice cream is not a combination that compels my palate, yet this month’s Inside Out Apple Pie flavor left me pleasantly surprised. At first bite, the ice cream tasted nothing like fall’s domineering gem, instead taking on a vanilla pecan type of taste.

As I found myself reaching for more spoonfuls, the classic apple pie flavoring began to hit. Although a tad artificial, the taste was not overpowering, vanilla offering a true offset to the sweetness. While advertising promised apple pieces and pie crust, I hardly distinguished such ingredients. Despite this, the tang of caramelized apples and sweet honey were satisfactory enough.

I could definitely see myself going back for more, earning Inside Out Apple Pie a generous 7/10.