Stop what you're doing right now, because Walls has officially released a Kinder Bueno ice cream.
While there's not much news around about the tasty treat, apparently it's due to hit shelves in summer, and it's first being introduced by Langnese - a German ice cream brand owned by Unilever, who also own the UK's own frozen treat masters, Wall's.
A product description on the Langnese website reads: "Here, fine hazelnut milk ice meets a core of Kinder milk chocolate sauce, embedded in a crispy croissant covered with a fine layer of hazelnut cream made from Ferrero hazelnuts."
Sounds pretty much like you'd expect, although with many of my favourite words in that sentence, I'm pretty hungry all of a sudden - but alas, this delicious-looking treat isn't on the shelves at your local supermarket just yet.
However, one intrepid person (let's call them a 'snack detective') has managed to track down the tasty treat in real life, and uploaded the photo to Facebook. Unsurprisingly, it's now going viral on social media.
One person commented: "They are not on sale yet - but they will be in spring/summer. Along with other Kinder-chocolate ice cream."
More Kinder-chocolate ice creams!? Sign us up, right now.
Meanwhile, for anyone who prefers their frozen dairy treats to lean a little more on the dangerous side, a café in Scotland is now serving the world's hottest ice cream. And that's 'hot' as in 'it's got a whole load of chillies in it'.
I'm not normally one for culinary gimmicks, particularly where one foodstuff is mashed into another that it should normally go nowhere near, but... well, colour me intrigued.
The ice cream is called "Respiro Del Diavolo" (Devil's Breath) and you can get it at the Aldwych Café in Glasgow - so long as you sign a waiver and prove you are over the age of 18 first.
They're not messing about either - the disclaimer mentions that there 'could be a risk of personal injury, illness & possible loss of life'. Why wouldn't you want to eat it?
Go on, I'm game. Off to Glasgow I go.
Featured Image Credit: Unilever / Facebook