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By Cooking Panda

New year, same iconic ice cream brand, but all new flavors!

In honor of 2017 — and perhaps Valentine’s Day? — the popular ice-cream brand Haagen-Dazs has just released four new flavors of ice cream, and they sound absolutely luxurious.

The new flavors come in 14-ounce cartons, and are also accompanied by the release of three new ice cream bar varieties, because the ice-cream Powers That Be clearly can see that we’re all in need of a freaking sweet treat right now.

First up is Peanut Butter Salted Fudge, which, according to Brand Eating, is a salted fudge and chocolate-covered peanut concoction all mixed in to a creamy and smooth peanut butter ice cream.

Yes, please!

Next comes the Toasted Coconut Caramel, which is a coconut ice cream chock full of dulce de leche caramel and delightful bits of toasted coconut.

Third up is the Bourbon Praline Pecan. This flavor actually was already available once as a limited edition special, but was obviously a big enough hit that the company decided to bring it back in a major way. It features bourbon ice cream (we’re drooling) loaded with brown sugar bourbon swirls and praline pecans.

Finally, we have the Espresso Chocolate Cookie Crumble for those who enjoy a little kick with their dessert. The coffee ice cream pint has chocolate espresso flakes and cookie crumbles mixed into its base.

Also, you can look out for the White Chocolate Raspberry, Vanilla Dark Chocolate Cookie and Coconut Dark Chocolate Caramel ice cream bar flavors, which are also currently being rolled out with the ice cream pints, and are all slated to be widely available by spring 2017.

What do you think of all of the new options Haagen-Dazs is rolling out? Are you excited and getting totally amped up for warm weather now? We know we are!

Source: Brand Eating / Photo Credit: Haagen-Dazs via Brand Eating

Tags: frozen treat, haagen-dazs, ice cream, ice cream bar, New Flavors
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