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From the OMG Department: Pumpkin Cridgewich from Crescent Ridge Dairy in Sharon, Mass.

Pumpkin Cridgewich -- Made with Peggy Lawton oatmeal cookies and pumpkin ice cream from Crescent Ridge Dairy in Sharon, MA.
Pumpkin Cridgewich.

Article, photo by Eric Hurwitz created for VisitingNewEngland.com on 9/15/2021. Find us on Twitter: @newenglandinfo

So many seasonal pumpkin treats, so little time. Where does one turn?

To me, the Pumpkin Cridgewich from Crescent Ridge Dairy in Sharon, Mass. sets the gold... make that orange standard when it comes to pumpkin yumminess.

The concept is so simple, the result incredibly delicious: Take two Peggy Lawton oatmeal cookies and stuff it with homemade Crescent Ridge pumpkin ice cream. Brilliant!

For those unfamiliar with Crescent Ridge ice cream, this iconic local dairy business has gained media accolades as serving some of the best ice cream in the world. The pumpkin flavor is no exception -- rich in flavor and amped up with a high butterfat content.

It would be nice if Crescent Ridge offered the Cridgewich year-round but we fully understand that seasonal ice cream conconctions like this give us something to look forward to in autumn. Ultimately in a expansive patch of pumpkin products availabe locally, this one truly stands out.

The Cridgewich is definitely a "gourdgeous" snack!

Crescent Ridge Dairy is located at 407 Bay Rd. in Sharon, MA. Tel. 781-784-7237.

Editor's note: The Cridgewich is sold in packages of six. Always call ahead to find out product availability during the late summer and autumn seasons. 

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