Will that be chocolate chip, Superman, blue moon or guinea pig?
Wait, what was that last one?
Believe it or not, such a flavor of ice cream not only exists in Ecuador, but it has become quite popular.
A vendor in Ecuador said she prepares 150 servings of guinea pig-flavored ice cream, according to The Associated Press.
Guinea pigs are actually a common dish in Latin American countries such as Colombia, Peru and Bolivia, but ice cream is a more ambitious endeavor.
The owner, Maria Del Carmen Pilapana, said she makes the ice cream by cooking and preparing a pate from the flesh of a guinea pig, adds milk or cream and then refrigerates the creation until it forms into ice cream.
People describe the taste as similar to chicken.