Butterkist Has Launched Toffee Popcorn Ice Cream Tubs, As Well As Cones!

Marianna Gould
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Ice cream is a year-long type of dessert. It has no seasonal limit (well for us it doesn't). Which makes anything ice cream-related wildly exciting, including these brand-new Butterkist Toffee & Popcorn Flavour Ice Cream Cones.

Yes, we don't care that it was practically snowing earlier this week... ice cream is ice cream, people!

Spotted online via Kev's Snack Reviews on Instagram, these new toffee treats are available in Iceland stores now. And they look damn delicious.

Tasting just like Butterkist Toffee Popcorn, these cones feature popcorn-flavoured ice cream, toffee sauce, and pieces of toffee popcorn sugar crunch.

In other words, they're the perfect picnic treat (and midnight snack).

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Butterkist's Toffee & Popcorn Flavour Ice Cream Cones are available exclusively in Iceland stores now, and will set you back £2 for a pack of four.

What's more, Butterkist Toffee & Popcorn Flavour Ice Cream Tubs are now a thing, too! The same delicious flavour, just without the cone (the tubs are £2).

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And since you're here, have you seen the all-new Ferrero Rocher Ice Creams that are rumoured to be coming to the UK?

We first heard the exciting news about the Ferrrero Rocher Ice Creams when @johnssnackeviews shared a post explaining that not one, not two, but THREE different flavours of the ice creams will launch this summer.

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The three flavours are set to include: milk chocolate and hazelnut, dark chocolate and white chocolate.

The Ferrero confectionery group recently told Confectionery Production, that the three ice cream sticks will be made available across Europe in five countries this spring, before a broader roll-out is anticipated.

So watch this space…

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