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You're Going to Need to Try Ben & Jerry's New Flavor
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You're Going to Need to Try Ben & Jerry's New Flavor

Another day, another flavor.

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We can always count on our boys Ben & Jerry to come up with some new and inventive flavors. But this time, they recruited someone very special to craft their latest flavor. Jimmy Fallon teamed up with the ice cream creators for Marshmallow Moon, a brand new, limited-edition flavor.

The new flavor is quite the doozy and seems like a perfect fit for any late-night sweet tooth. It's a vanilla ice cream with marshmallow and graham cracker swirls with fudge flakes mixed through out. And if you're wondering, yes, we're getting all kinds of Moon Pie vibes too! 

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Courtesy Ben & Jerry's

Now, true ice cream fans will remember that this isn't Jimmy's first partnership with Ben & Jerry's. The Tonight Show host also has his Tonight Dough flavor, which is now a mainstay and this editor's personal favorite flavor in the Ben & Jerry's line up. Similar to Tonight Dough, proceeds from every Marshmallow Moon pint sold will benefit the SeriousFun Children’s Network, which is an organization that provides children living with serious illnesses with life-changing camp experiences.

marshmallow moon
Courtesy Ben & Jerry's

Ready to get your ice cream game on? Marshmallow Moon is available now for a very limited time on Ben & Jerry’s e-commerce store and participating Scoop Shops for only $6.99. And, thank goodness, Tonight Dough is available anywhere you can get your fave Ben & Jerry's pints.

Does Marshmallow Moon sound like a flavor you need to try? Share your favorite Ben & Jerry flavors below!

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