I'm pretty sure I would never try this fruit on its own, but swirl it into a delicious, frozen treat and it's a win.

When it comes to ice cream, I'm pretty simple. I want it smooth and creamy without a lot of speed bumps in it, like cookie pieces or candy crumble. One of my favorite combinations is plain vanilla with cinnamon. YUM! Oh, or chocolate with creamy peanut butter. Some would say I'm boring. I say I'm classic.

That doesn't necessarily mean I'm not game for trying the most insane ice cream flavor in Wyoming.

Delish has given us a list of the Craziest Ice Cream Flavors in Each State across the country. Now, we're not exactly mixing Jack Daniels into our icy treat like Wisconsin is, but this does seem to be an unexpected flavor, at least to me.

Care to try Guanabana?

Guanabana, also known as Soursop, is a fruit that is mostly found in Central and South America, and some parts of the Caribbean and Africa. I know what you're thinking, "How the heck did this end up in the Cowboy State?" It's described as sour and sweet, kind of like a pineapple. You can find guanabana ice cream at Moo's Gourmet Ice Cream in Jackson Hole.