Ben & Jerry's Launches First Ice Cream On A Stick
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We are always on the lookout for fun new versions of our favourite treats and that includes Ben & Jerry's ice cream. The scrumptious frozen goods brand have launched a new variant of their iconic cookie dough ice cream. What's different, you ask? It's on a stick!
When you think of Ben & Jerry's, you probably think of their classic tubs - but now, there are even more ways to enjoy the brand's beloved ice cream. Behold the Peace Pop, which is available from today and is the company's first take on ice cream on a stick.
Though you've probably had ice cream on a stick before (who can resist a cheeky Magnum?), we can be certain that you have never had Ben & Jerry's ice cream quite like this. The Peace Pop is made up of vanilla ice cream, dotted with decadent chocolate chips, their classic peace-sign shaped cookie dough in the centre and a chocolate coating.
Thankfully Ben & Jerry's fans can tuck in on the go without having to worry about taking a larger tub with you, having to carry around a spoon or using one of the mini spoons that come with the Ben & Jerry's mini pots.
Ben & Jerry's ice cream can be enjoyed in a variety of options - from the classic tubs, the mini pots and even an ice cream sandwich. The Ben & Jerry's ice cream sandwich contains vanilla ice cream containing chocolate chips and cookie dough pieces squashed between two cookies.
We're drooling just at the thought.
During the continuous lockdowns put in place due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Ben & Jerry's have found lots of fun - and simply delicious - ways to keep its loyal customers entertained. More recently, the company released their cookie dough recipe for ice cream gurus looking to remake the Cookie Dough Chunks.
You can see a video clip of how to make them below:
Fancy making it yourself? You can read the full recipe and ingredients list here.
The Peace Pop can be found in the Co-Op. A single product is £2.20, while for £4 you can get a multipack of three.
We can't wait to get our hands on one (or four).