Is it too cold for ice cream? My answer is yes, however true ice cream lovers will down a pint at any given time.

Ben & Jerry's is tempting your taste buds in the New Year. The company has added three new flavors that have cookie cores. Yes, your eyes didn't deceive you...the cores are made of cookies.

The three new pints are varied, each featuring a favorite flavor with chocolate, peanut butter and speculoos, a spiced shortcrust biscuit, options. Boom Chocolatta! Cookie Core has mocha and caramel ice creams with chocolate cookies, fudge flakes and a chocolate cookie core; Peanut Buttah Cookie Core is made of peanut butter ice cream with crunchy peanut butter sugar bits, peanut butter cookies and a peanut butter cookie core; and Spectacular Speculoos Cookie Core has dark caramel and vanilla ice creams with speculoos cookies and speculoos cookie butter core.

How do these flavors differ from others and is the process to make 'em the same?

To be specific, the cores are made of cookie butter, which differentiates from cookie dough by being cooked first and then blended, usually with something to thin them out, like butter, milk or oil.

“I think our Flavor Gurus nailed it. These are cookies you’ll want to spoon!” Ben & Jerry’s CEO Jostein Solheim said in a statement, calling the flavors “creative, indulgent and delicious.”

Ben & Jerry’s introduced their Core line early last year with Hazed & Confused, That’s My Jam, Peanut Butter Fudge and Salted Caramel cores.

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