You Can Now Get Toblerone Ice Cream And It Looks Divine


When I was growing up, the extent of ice-cream exoticness came in the form of a Cornetto, or, at a push, a Nobbly Bobbly.

At the time I thought that was the pinnacle of creamy frozen goodness, but then two blokes called Ben and Jerry came along and changed the ice-cream game forever.

Their Cookie Dough and Peanut Butter Cup ice cream is heavenly, and each mouthful is like a mini orgasm in your mouth. Digging for a tiny nugget of cookie dough or one of those delicious peanut butter cups is like what archaeologists do when they’re looking for ancient artifacts. And when you happen to unearth one, good lord, is it satisfying. I guess it must be the same kind of feeling Howard Carter experienced when he first discovered Tutankhamun.

With summer on the horizon, I was fully preparing to raid my local supermarket’s freezers for said Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream, but with the news that Toblerone ice-cream lollies are now a thing, I think I may have found my new favourite treat.

Yep, you heard that right, the enigmatic, triangular shaped chocolate (which is inspired by the shape of the Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps [FACTS]) has made it’s way over to the ice-cream world to challenge conventional confectionery ideologies.

The legendary Swiss chocolate has been transformed into chocolate and honey flavoured ice cream encased in milk chocolate and almond nougat pieces. And do you know what the best part of it is? Tesco are selling packs of three for just £3!

If you’re too excited to do the maths, that works out at a measly £1 per ice-cream; it’s an absolute bargain!

Chocoholics up and down the land should be celebrating because it finally means you can eat a Toblerone without destroying the roof of your mouth on its incredibly sharp edges.

As you’d imagine with earth-shattering news like this, people are a bit excited:

Summer just got a whole lot better.

Images via Toblerone/Twitter/Tesco/Getty

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