For the past week Britain has been enjoying a heatwave, leaving us all gasping for an ice cream as we bath in the glorious sunshine.
With so much choice out there it can be a struggle sometimes to come to a decision for which frozen snack to choose, but now, Iceland has just made this choice a whole lot easier.
This is because they’ve just brought back their Mini Vienna ice creams, which are not only delicious, but also a complete bargain.
Essentially a smaller Viennetta style ice cream on a stick, these Mini Vienna’s are a dream come true and have been re-released after they were a sell out success last year.
Iceland have even launched a new flavour hoping they’ll fly off the shelves this year as well.
For £1.50 you can pick up a pack of four strawberry or original vanilla flavoured Mini Vienna ice creams from either their website or your local store.
People on social media have started discovering the product and are simply loving it:
And that's why Jen goes to Iceland: fake Vienetta on a stick. pic.twitter.com/7Emf0RZo5V
— Jennifer Williams (@JenWilliamsMEN) August 7, 2017
— Dermot (@dermotcole) March 14, 2018
Iceland will be facing some competition this summer though as Aldi are selling Baileys ice cream sandwiches.
A perfect summer dessert, the popular Irish liqueur has been turned into a frozen cream, sandwiched between two chocolate biscuits.
But before you run down to your local Aldi store in excitement there’s some bad news – currently, the frozen treat is only available in Australia.
Hopefully they’ll be so successful, Aldi will just have to release them here in the UK.
Is it me or do other countries seem to get all the best products? M&Ms have released a new Neapolitan ice cream flavoured version of the sweet treat, which is only available in America and down under.
The ice cream twist on the popular sweets are a mixture of chocolate, vanilla and strawberry which are the classic Neapolitan flavours.
If you simply can’t contain your desperation to try them, luckily you can snap up bags of them on Amazon or eBay.
Tempting as it might be, you’ll be looking at incredibly inflated prices in your eagerness to get hold of them, but it sounds like it could well be worth it.
One brilliant thing the UK does have though is Toblerone ice cream – which is a taste of heaven.
Swiss chocolate giant Toblerone has gained something of a cult following over the years and so it’s no surprise an ice cream version has been released.
You can pick up a pack of three Toblerone ice lollies for three quid at Tesco stores across the country, as well as online.
Unfortunately, the product regularly sells out so you’ll have to be quick to grab one when they’re in stock.
@DebGreenwoodTV @avraam2000 @chrissie17031 @Wrightie7 @yorkshiregirl5 @EGianoncelli @EdreyesEdwin @EduTapiag @johnny_buttons And what makes matters so much worse is that my Grandson Ross knows I desperately want to try the new Toblerone ice cream, that you can't get here in Spain pic.twitter.com/po6GVrH95l
— Ian Scagnelli (@ianscagnelli) February 14, 2018
The ice cream itself is chocolate and honey flavoured, encased in a milk chocolate shell and bejewelled with fragments of almond nougat and even more honey.
And of course they come in the iconic triangular shape – we wouldn’t have it any other way.
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Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.