Glow in the Dark Ice Cream is an interesting new treat created by Charlie Francis. Made possible by the same luminescent proteins that light up jellyfish, a synthesized version is applied to the ice cream to give it its glow.
And, just like the jellyfish from which it’s borrowed from, the ice cream glows brighter when agitated — so the more you lick, the brighter it glows.
But coolness factor doesn’t come cheap, as a scoop would cost about $225 — without sprinkles or a cone. And, although it doesn’t help stop doors, it will make eating your ice cream alone in the dark a lot easier.