Ben & Jerry’s New Rain-dough Flavour Is Bursting With Cookie Dough And Rainbow Sprinkles

Anna Lewis
·2-min read

From Delish

Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough ice cream cannot possibly be improved, can it? Well, actually… it can.

Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavours just went up a gear with this wildly exciting new Cookie Dough addition. Those legends at the ice cream company have come up with a range of Cookie Dough Twist flavours, including one called Rain-dough, which features, yup – you guessed it… rainbow sprinkles! The full description of the snazzy new ice cream reads, “Vanilla ice cream with a swirly rainbow sprinkled cookie dough centre and colourful chunks.”


There’s also a chocolate flavour in the range called Dough-ble Chocolate, which is described as, “Chocolate ice cream with a swirly chocolate cookie dough centre and chocolatey chunks.”

We first heard about these new Cookie Dough variations when @helenjtea shared a post about them on Instagram.

She wrote in the caption that “both of these had serious amounts of cookie dough which was delicious!”

And now we’re even more interested in getting stuck in.

According to @helenjtea, you can pick up these new Ben & Jerry’s flavours at Heron Foods. Not sure where else they’re being sold, so we’ll be checking every single supermarket freezer we come across from now on.

This exciting Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough-based news comes just days after the new ice cream sticks were launched.

Peace Pops are made up of fair trade vanilla ice cream with chocolate chips. And the best part is they’re stuffed with the iconic Ben & Jerry’s cookie dough. The whole thing is dipped in a soft chocolatey coating and popped on a stick so you can take one with you wherever you go.

Photo credit: Ben & Jerry's
Photo credit: Ben & Jerry's

Sold in Co-op stores, a single Peace Pop will set you back £2.20 but a multipack, containing three ice creams, is just £4. Bargain!

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