And shoppers have spotted a particularly tempting product for their freezers at home, having found some Baileys ice cream cones in Poundland, where they're being sold for just £1.50 for a pack of four.
The 'Temptation Cones' come in two flavours - vanilla chocolate and double chocolate - giving a delectable twist to the Irish cream liqueur flavour.
As if that wasn't indulgent enough, each 65g cone also comes with a delicious swirl of chocolate.
A tip-off for the ice creams was posted on Facebook page Bag a Weekly Bargain, which shared a series of photos.
"My willpower gets weaker by the day," the caption said.
"Pick these new Baileys Ice Cream Cones up for £1.50 at Poundland (and yes they contain alcohol)."
Other shoppers were left drooling, with one commenting: "These look amazing!!"
Someone else said: "Oh my days."
Tagging a friend, another wrote: "Add this to the shopping list."
While the shopper bought their ice creams at Poundland's Walsall branch, the budget retailer also confirmed to The Sun that they were available in around 60 stores currently offering frozen food, as long as stocks last.
If you're worried about being disappointed, you're probably best off phoning ahead to see if your local store has some in stock.
If it's ice cream you're after right now (a smart move if ever there was one), a couple of months ago Ben and Jerry's launched a new limited edition flavour with crisp pieces, perfect for those who like a salty twang to their sweet treats.
Chip Happens features chocolate ice cream, fudge chips and crunchy, salted crisp swirls, and was introduced as part of a tie-in with Netflix - this one is in homage to the hit show Nailed It!
"Sometimes 'chip' happens and everything's a mess, but we Nailed It! with this chip-filled limited batch," Ben and Jerry's said.
"When smooth chocolate ice cream meets fudge chips and salty swirls, they pack a serious one-two crunch. The best part? There won't be anything left to clean up."
Chip Happens - which was added to freezer cabinets in Australia and the US, with the UK expected to follow soon after with a £4.50 price tag - even already has some rave reviews on the Ben and Jerry's website, with an impressive 4.5 stars out of five from 42 reviews.
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