Co-Op's Rose Ice Cream Cones Are Perfect For Brides Who Don't Want Bouquets
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If, like us, you'd always pick a sugary treat over a bouquet of flowers, then you'll be pleased to hear you can finally have the best of both worlds.
Co-op's super-cute Strawberry Rose ice cream cones, shaped like a bunch of blooms, are launching later this week and after getting an exclusive sneak peek (spoiler alert: they're delicious) Tyla can confirm they're already at the top of our Valentine's wish list.
Priced at £2 and landing in Co-op stores from Saturday 1st February, the floral cones combine the fresh tang of ripe strawberries with the oh-so-smooth ice cream.
Topped with a delicious sharp-sweet strawberry sauce, the flower-stem look is completed with a vibrant green wafer cone base.
With their delicately shaped petals, the adorable cones are almost too good to eat, and if you ask us they're better than forking out for a pricey bridal bouquet.
Granted, you'd have to eat them before they melted. Challenge very much accepted.
The rose cones also make a creative and wallet-friendly treat for Valentine's Day. We'd pick these cold, creamy beauties over a bog-standard box of chocs any day.
Gemma Gray, Co-op Ice Cream Product Developer, told Tyla: "We've taken inspiration from the Insta-famous gelato parlours across the globe and put our own Co-op spin on the frozen treat.
"Over the past 12 months we've worked really hard to perfect the delicate ice cream petals on our Strawberry Rose Cones, making sure we were creating a product that not only looks camera-ready, but also tastes delicious.
"The cones are the perfect way to share a bit of love this Valentine's Day, whether that's with a partner or friends!"
Of course, you'll be needed a savoury bouquet to go with your sweet one. How about this alternative wedding bouquet of crisp chicken nuggets?
And what would a wedding be without a giant crisp wall installation?
The Strawberry Rose Cones are available in Co-op stores across the UK from Saturday 1st February 2020.
Topics: Tasty Food, Food And Drink, ice cream, Valentine's Day