Fancy crocodile in your ice cream? You can have it in Philippines

Crocodile eggs in your ice cream is the new thing
Crocodile eggs are used to make ice cream at a store in the Philippines (Picture: CEN)

If you taste something funny in your ice cream don’t worry, it’s just crocodile.

The Sweet Spot eatery in Davao City, Philippines, has decided to serve up the strange desert.

The owners of the store, husband-and-wife team of Dino and Bianca Ramos, have been selling the unique ice cream ever since they received a batch of croc eggs from Dino’s uncle.

What started off as an experiment has turned into one of the most popular treats sold.

‘Of course it is regular ice cream that doesn’t taste of croc meat,’ said Dino.

‘It’s only the eggs we use. But they do make delicious ice cream.

‘Because crocs are an endangered species, we only get the eggs that do not hatch or are surplus.’

Crocodile eggs are said to be 80 percent yolk and much healthier than chicken’s eggs.

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15 June 2014 | 9:33 pm – Source:

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