Take a spin through their list to see all the chocolate flavors you’ve tried (or want to try). These flavors have chocolate ice cream as the base only, and aren’t mixed with other flavors, such as vanilla in Half Baked.
Which is your favorite?
The following is from the Ben & Jerry website!
8. Chocolate Peanut Buttery Swirl
- We don’t know who first combined these two flavors. Was it you? In case it was – thank you so much! You are an inspiration. Chocolate ice cream and creamy peanut butter swirls were simply meant for each other, but if you want a taste you’ll have to visit your local Scoop Shop.
- 7. S’mores Campfires make sense when you’re out camping, but just try starting one up in the middle of the kitchen and see how fast your roommates flip. Trust us. We learned the hard way. That’s why we took all the S’mores ingredients and put them in a pint. It’s safer this way.
- 6. Peanut Butter Fudge Core Do you remember that time we thanked you for being the first person to combine chocolate and peanut butter? We’d like to thank you again, because this Core is full of both.
- 5. Chocolate Peppermint Crunch We’ve got Mint Chocolate Cookie Balls and we’re not afraid to use them! The same goes for peppermint and fudge swirls. We combined these three ingredients with a chocolate base and came up with one minty masterpiece.
- 4. Chocolate Therapy Chocolate on top of chocolate on top of chocolate. No, this isn’t a dream. It’s our cure for what ails you. So please, have a seat and grab a spoon. Are you comfortable? Good. Now take a bite and tell us what’s on your mind.
- 3. New York Super Fudge Chunk There comes a time in every man’s life when he says, “It’s time I packed a pint with more chunks than ever before!” For Ben and Jerry, that time came when they created this mix of chocolate ice cream with white and dark fudge chunks and a mix of nuts.
- 2. Phish Food Look who’s in the freezer! It’s a stash of milk chocolate ice cream with fudge fish and gooey marshmallow and caramel swirls. Take one bite and you’ll be sharing in the groove.
- 1. Chocolate Fudge Brownie When we decided to pair our chocolate ice cream with the fabulously fudgy brownies from New York’s Greyston Bakery, we knew we had a winner. Some would go so far as to say we made an instant classic. Call us modest, but we agree.
O.K., so which is your favorite?