ALL The Mochi Ice Cream Brands You Can Find At Your Fave Supermarkets

If you're not already mochi-obsessed (much like the Food Team here at R29 is), get ready — because these delicate and sweet little bites are delicious, AF. A rice-paste hailing from Japan, mochi is traditionally stuffed with some sort of filling and can be incorporated in several different varieties (e.g. in confections and soups, etc.). But our favorite form, one that we simply can't seem to shake, is that of ice cream.
What exactly does mochi ice cream look like? Well, it looks a lot like a golfball sized dollop of frozen ice-creamy goodness enveloped lovingly by a soft and smooth doughy coating. Imagine biting into a cookie dough ball filled with your favorite flavor of ice cream — yeah, it's like that (but with rice, so gluten-free!). And although the flavor options can be endless, the actual product offerings out there in the U.S. have a fine cut off line — we've rounded up the only mainstream mochi ice cream brands that we could find stateside. And if these aren't enough to satisfy your sweet tooth, you'll just have to book a trip to Japan for some more mochi munching.
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Who knew you could score Japanese-style mochi from your local neighborhood Walmart? And now that we do, we'll be stocking up on multiple boxes of the flavors spanning from green tea to peanut.

Free One NineChef Spoon + Japanese Rice Cake Mochi Daifuku, $9.99, available at Walmart.
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Mr. Mochi ships a variety of classic flavors (green tea, vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, coffee, and mango) in four six-pack boxes for a total of $49.99 right to all the major mochi lovers' front doors — no muss, no fuss. But if you're more in the mood for a single serving, then Jet has you covered on the five dollar front!

Mr. Mochi Mochi Ice Cream, $4.59 at Jet or $49.99 for 24- piece pack on Mr Mochi.
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Leave it to Trader Joe's to come up with a seriously appealing mochi flavor: coffee filled with a "saucy" mocha center.

Trader Joe's Coffee Mochi, $3.49, available at Trader Joe's.
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My/Mo offers seven delectable mochi flavors: Double Chocolate, Green Tea, Cookies & Cream, Ripe Strawberry, Sweet Mango, Mint Chocolate Chip, and Vanilla Bean.

My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream, $$5.99-$6.99, available at Safeway, Whole Foods Market, Kroger and more.
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Scoop up a pack of Mikawaya's mochi ice cream at your nearest Target, Trader Joe's, or even Walmart — the seven flavor options are scrumptious: Kona Coffee, Strawberry, Chocolate, Vanilla, Mango, Red Bean, and Green Tea).

Mikawaya Mochi Ice Cream
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You don't even need to leave the comfort of your own home to enjoy Mochidoki's delectable little bites — just order them up online in a variety of 12 sweet, sweet flavors: Azuki Red Bean, Black Sesame, Frothy Chocolate, Ginger Zing, Lychee, Colada, Mandarin Orange Cream, Matcha Green Tea Chocolate Chip, Matcha Green Tea, Mochaccino Chip, Raspberry White Chocolate Crunch, Salted Caramel, and Vanilla Chocolate Chip.

Mochidoki Mochi Ice Cream, $10, available at Mochidoki.
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Maeda-en's mochi ice cream (or bonbons) comes in seven standard flavors: Green Tea, Red Bean, Mango, Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate — with one game changer — Black Sesame (yum).

Maeda-en Mochi Ice Cream, available at Whole Foods.
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Your neighborhood Whole Foods hawks a mochi brand called Bubbies, with a whopping 17 different flavors. Our favorites? A toss-up between Tiramisu and Chocolate Coconut.

Bubbies Mochi Ice Cream, $9.99, available at Whole Foods.
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Photo: Courtesy of Whole Foods.
Bonus Mochi Tip: If you happen to find yourself wandering in WFs, be sure to check for the magical new mochi bar.

Whole Foods Market Mochi Bar, available at participating Whole Foods.
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