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While it may seem a little counter-productive to start thinking about ice cream with all this snow knocking about, it won't be long until we can frolic around in the not-so-Arctic future (roll on the early heatwave, I say).
Yup, we are here for it
The ice cream will be available to buy in Asda from Monday February 11, and will be on Co-op shelves from Wednesday February 13. Tubs will be hitting other retailers from mid-February.
After all, who doesn't like the ound of chocolate ice cream with Cadbury pieces and nougat ice cream with crispy pieces, with a chewy nougat core in the middle?
In case you've never had a Double Decker (in which case, march yourself round to the nearest corner shop RIGHT NOW), the popular chocolate bar is made of two contrasting but beautiful layers of crispy cereal and soft nougat, all coated in smooth Cadbury milk chocolate.
Cadbury actually released Double Decker ice cream a short while back - but they were in individual bar form, rather than a big tub.
And if the Double Decker isn't up your street, you might be more excited to hear that three different types of Creme Egg ice cream are also available to buy.
First up are the tubs of Creme Egg ice cream, priced at an affordable £1.50 a pot.
With vanilla-flavoured ice cream with swirls of fondant sauce and chunks of Cadbury chocolate, the treat sounds so delicious.
There's also limited edition wafer cones coated in Cadbury milk chocolate.
Also priced at just £1.50, you will get eight cones in a box perfect for stashing in the freezer whenever the Creme Egg cravings hit (or you can eat them all in one sitting, of course).
Just like the tubs, these are made from vanilla ice cream all inside a biscuit wafer with a fondant sauce centre, and are then dipped in chocolate to crunch into.
There are also boxes of regular chocolate coated ice creams, which come with three in a pack.
Co-op is also selling these for just £1.50 and they are described as 'fun-filled ice creams'.
If the packaging is anything to go by, all of these are limited edition so you'll have to act fast if you want to stockpile these in your freezer to enjoy all year round.
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