Ben & Jerry's newest ice cream flavor might blow your mind. We've seen some pretty amazing ice cream this year, including Blue Bell's famous holiday releases and other Blue Bell ice cream amazing flavors like the unbeatable pink, oh-so-popular camo 'n cream. Ben & Jerry's may not be Blue Bell, but they are still one of the top leaders in the craft ice cream movement.
The new flavor, Marshmallow Moon, is the first flavor in Ben & Jerry's new "special stash" ice cream series. These wild and crazy limited-edition ice cream flavors have previously never made it into a pint, but now they're available in micro batches. Once they're gone, they're gone!
So you want to act fast if you're into homemade vanilla ice cream with marshmallow & graham cracker swirls (oh, and don't forget the fudge flakes). Who needs milk chocolate or cookies & cream ice cream when you can have a flavor that basically tastes like campfire s'mores or moon pies in ice cream form for late night cravings.
The new ice cream flavor isn't the first from Jimmy Fallon or The Tonight Show's funky flavors, but it is the first limited time flavor. Better yet, the proceeds for each pint purchased go to the SeriousFun Children's Network! This organization is committed to providing life-changing camp experiences to children who have serious illnesses.
According to their recent press release, the flavor is available starting November 2 at your local Scoop Shop. If you don't have a shop near you, you can buy pint sizes online. Better yet, if you live in select cities (like New York City, Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, or Memphis), you can even order this special flavor delivery-free from UberEATS.
Since the ice cream is available for an extremely limited time in its small-run artisan batches, these special flavors aren't available in half gallon sizes. I guess that just means I'll have to buy two or three of the small-batch Marshmallow Moon pints (and maybe I'll share if you're super nice).
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