When Ben & Jerry’s announced their three new flavors earlier this week, we thought the ice cream company had reached peak deliciousness. How could they possibly create something tastier than pints filled with bourbon caramel swirls and chunks of oatmeal cookies? Well, they’ve done it: with brand-new Pint Slices.
While we’ve been known to cut our pints into slices before (it makes for an easier ice cream sandwich, and helps soften it for Baked Alaska), we’ve never been able to buy it this way—until now. Ben & Jerry’s new concoction consists of all the chunks, swirls, and flavors of their beloved pints, dunked into chocolate and wrapped into individual treats. They’re available in four flavors: Americone Dream (vanilla ice cream base with caramel swirl and fudge-covered waffle cone pieces); Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough (vanilla ice cream base with cookie dough and fudge flakes); Chocolate Fudge Brownie (chocolate ice cream base with fudgy brownie chunks); and Vanilla Peanut Butter Cup (peanut butter ice cream base with peanut butter cups).
The bars will be sold in 3-count boxes for $4.99, and are rolling out in grocery stores nationwide throughout the month of February. They are also currently available for purchase at most Ben & Jerry’s scoop shops. Additionally, the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough bars will be sold individually for $2.99.
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This article originally appeared on Real Simple.