Ice cream and chocolate lovers will be blown away by the latest sweet treat hitting shelves – well, freezers – this summer.
The much-loved Ferrero Rocher will be transformed into a yummy ice cream stick in 2021.
As the lockdown restrictions ease, we’ll be able to hang out with friends and family in gardens and parks around the UK.
And, just in time for the warmer season new Ferrero Rocher ice creams are reportedly launching.
If you’re obsessed with the chocolate, hazelnut truffle balls – we are – then this will have you drooling.
Which flavour would you try first? Tell us in the comments section…
Instagram food blogger John's Snack Reviews shared a sneak peek of the new frozen treat.
The post revealed that there would be two different flavours – classic and dark.
Plus a Raffaello ice cream stick, which is white chocolate and coconut.
Commenters were hyped up to get their hands on the ice cream.
One person said: "Oh I can’t wait to try these!"
While another tagged a friend and added: "when these come in you best be bringing me a case of each first."
In the caption of the photo, John's Snack Reviews said that the news of the Ferrero Rocher ice creams hadn't been confirmed yet, but he has "every reason" to believe it’s true.
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They are currently already out in Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Austria.
Meanwhile, lucky Brits can pick up a chocolate-filled Creme Egg this Easter.
And, KFC is trialling all new Zinger Popcorn Chicken in certain UK branches.
Plus, Morrisons is donating 100,000 Easter Eggs to needy families across the UK this Easter.
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