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KitKat Drumstick Ice Cream Cones Now Exist

 


The frozen treats are available at Kroger.


This story originally appeared on People.com by Ana Calderone.

Get ready to break yourself off a piece of that KitKat bar — but in ice cream form.

The bloggers behind the Instagram account SnackGator recently revealed that KitKat Drumsticks exist and have already begun popping up in stores. The cones are similar to the traditional treats often sold from your local ice cream trucks but with KitKat wafer pieces mixed in with the chocolate shell.

“This ice cream is slightly thicker in consistency compared to a classic Drumstick cone and is a tad sweeter,” SnackGator reports.

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Photo Courtesy of Krogers

The bloggers also point out that they feature the traditional Drumstick fudge center and “chocolate-y nugget” at the bottom of each cone.

A representative for Nestlé could not immediately be reached by PEOPLE to confirm their availability, but Kroger appears to be the only supermarket selling the boxes right now, as pointed out by Best Products. If you don’t have a Kroger near by, you could make your own with our recipe for DIY Chocolate Shell Cones—simply swap the chopped peanuts out for chopped KitKat bars.

Peanut (or KitKat) & Chocolate Shell Cones

Makes 6

1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
2 tbsp. coconut oil
6 sugar ice cream cones
1 qt. vanilla ice cream
¼ cup chopped peanuts or chopped KitKat pieces

1. Microwave chocolate chips and coconut oil in microwavable bowl on high until melted, about 1 minute, stirring every 20 seconds.
2. Drizzle about 3 tablespoons of melted chocolate inside each cone, and swirl to coat the interior. Turn cone upside down, and dip rim in chocolate. Transfer to a baking sheet, and chill until chocolate is hardened, about 3 minutes.
3. Fill each cone with vanilla ice cream. Spoon remaining chocolate sauce evenly over ice cream, and immediately sprinkle with chopped nuts. Return cones to the freezer, or serve immediately.

Active time: 10 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes

 


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