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Biscoff biscuits were and still are incredible; with their beautiful texture and nutty caramel taste.
But the company behind the biscuits has just taken it up a notch by introducing ice-cream versions of the crunchy treat.
Previously it's only been available in select European countries and Japan according to Cosmopolitan.
However they've listened to the people in the UK and you can now get them at Waitrose. But sadly, they're not available in every Waitrose, only 33 select stores. They must be doing a bit of product testing to see if we actually want them. But duh - of course we do.
If you were sneaky, you could have made this delicious dessert all on your own if you wanted.
Biscoff listed the ingredients and method on its website for years and it goes as follows:
You'd need 14 oz. of concentrated milk, ¼ jar Lotus, Biscoff Cookie Butter, approximately 8-10 coarsely chopped Lotus Biscoff Cookies and 17 oz. heavy cream.
You then 'beat condensed milk with Lotus Biscoff Cookie Butter in a bowl. Add the chopped cookies and mix well.
'Whip the heavy cream into a stable whipped cream. Gradually fold the whipped cream into the sweetened milk mixture until you get a smooth texture and pour it into a container suitable for freezing. Freeze for at least 4 hours and preferably overnight.
'Before serving, make balls using an ice cream scoop or a regular tablespoon and serve. You can store for up to a week in a sealed container in the freezer.'
Now you just need to stock up on the awesome treats before they sell out and stuff them into your freezer alongside the new range that Kinder release recently.
Yeah - that's right, Kinder Ice Cream Sticks and Kinder Bueno Ice Cream Cones are here in the UK.
The sticks are 40 percent whole milk ice cream, dipped in Kinder chocolate, and they only contain 62 calories - meanwhile the Kinder Bueno cones might take a few more gym sessions to burn off, as they contain a heftier 204 calories.
The ice cream sticks come in a box of ten while the cones come in a box of four, however the former have been specifically targeted at children.
The ice cream treats are the result of a joint venture between Ferrero and Unilever, to create a product that follows the nutritional criteria for children's ice cream under the Kinder brand.
Summer can't come quick enough.
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