B&M is selling three new Candy Crush ice creams and they taste of bubblegum, marshmallow and chocolate – The Sun07/24/2019
B&M is selling new Candy Crush inspired ice creams in three delicious flavours.
The ice creams are priced at £1.89 and come in marshmallow delight, bubblegum surprise and chocolate mountain flavour.
We first discovered the ice creams after foodie Instagram account NewfoodsUK posted a picture of the delights.
Each unique flavour is packed full of yummy ingredients and at 228 calories per 100g the new ice creams are a real treat.
Bubblegum surprise ice cream is a mix of pink bubble gum, popping candy and rainbow sprinkle flavours.
Mashmallow delight tastes of blue raspberry marshmallows and is mixed with giant chocolate chunks and rainbow sprinkles.
The chocolate mountain flavour is a combination of chocolatey goodness with chocolate flavoured ice cream, chocolate chunks and mini chocolate beans.
You can pick up a tub – or three – to try at your nearest B&M bargains store.
Use the discounters store locator to find the store closest to you.
If you want to branch out from your usual flavour but the Candy Crush ice creams don't tickle your fancy, ASDA sell an ice cream bundle.
The rollback king is offering two pots of 480ml ice cream for £3 in cookie dough and chewy caramel flavours.
Tesco also offer an aletnative to your everyday ice cream, with a (500ml) pot of Ben & Jerry's Birthday Cake Ice Cream.
The supermarket giant also offer a cheeky alcoholic alternative with Baileys Chocolate Secret Ice Cream (500ml) price at £3 as well.
Alternatively, you can keep it classic with a (400ml) tub of Magnum Classic Ice Cream for £2.50 from Sainsbury's.
The heavenly dairy treat has a chocolate shell that you have to crack open before you get to the velvety ice cream below.
If none of those tickle your fancy, why don't you read Mrs Crunch tips and make your own.
Still not hitting the spot? Last week KFC added two new Krushems to the menu in salted caramel and sour cherry.
McDonald's announced it is going to do its bit for the environment, by ditching the plastic lids on McFlurries.
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