SPOTTED: Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter

Ben  Jerry s Creme Brulee Cookie Non Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter
Ben & Jerry’s Creme Brulee Cookie Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter
Ben  Jerry s  Milk  Cookies Non Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter
Ben & Jerry’s “Milk” & Cookies Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter
Ben  Jerry s Mint Chocolate Cookie Non Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter
Ben & Jerry’s Mint Chocolate Cookie Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter

Ben & Jerry’s could’ve gone with the hot non-dairy milk right now — oat milk. Instead, it went with a seed butter that no other major ice cream brand has used yet. (Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

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2 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Ben & Jerry’s Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert made with Sunflower Butter”

  1. Has anyone else found these outside of Heb?
    Walmart, Giant Eagle, Wegmans, Harris-Teeter?
    I am striking out everywhere I check for this and Netflix And Chilled

  2. They’re probably still so new to the market. Give it 1 – 2 weeks and I bet you have no issues finding it locally to where you are located. Things I usually find on this website usually get released in my local stores like 1 – 2 weeks after it’s been posted on here.

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