There's nothing better than a night in with a tub of Ben & Jerry's ice cream right?
You're chilling (quite literally) with your spoon and the telly's on… Absolute bliss.
Now what would you do if we told you there's a new treat on the block?
That's right, Ben & Jerry's is launching its first ever ice cream out of a tub – perfect if you're on the go.
The Legen-dairy Fairtrade vanilla ice cream with chocolate chips and a cookie-dough-inspired centre is just what you need.
It also comes with a soft chocolatey coating and popped on a stick in the shape of a peace sign so you can carry it everywhere.
Ben & Jerry's expert Josine Nohlmans spoke about the release: "We know people love our cookie dough like their own family or pets.
"So we reimagined it so they never need to leave home without it.
"Now they can walk their puppy AND enjoy Ben & Jerry's. Give me a heck yeah."
Peace Pops were first created by co-founders Ben & Jerry to campaign for peace initiatives in the US, back in 1988.
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Peace, Love and Cookie Dough is more than just a funny saying as the brand continues to raise a stick for peace and equality today.
From Fairtrade Certified ingredients that champion economic justice to partnerships and advocacy that seek to educate people.
And if you're wondering when the new pops will be available in stores, it's very soon!
Ben & Jerry's Peace Pops will hit Co-op stores in a matter of weeks, the perfect time to cheer up anyone's January blues.
The great news is that packaging is also completely recyclable too.
Just one pack of the good stuff will cost £2.20, while it's £4 for a pack of 3.
In other sweet news, Cadbury Creme Egg is giving fans a chance to win £5,000.
Those who find a Golden Creme Egg out of the 200 sold in stores could pocket a fortune.
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