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Half Baked is one of those classic Ben & Jerry’s flavours that if you haven't tried yet, you simply haven’t lived. And once you try it, chances are it’ll become one of your go-to favourites. With chocolate and vanilla ice creams, chunks of both fudge brownie and chocolate chip cookie dough, it has all the right treats in all the right places. But how much do you know about this crush-worthy flavour? Do you know why it’s called Half Baked? The answer may surprise you. Check out these 5 fun facts about what is soon to become your new favourite:
1. Chocolate Fudge Brownie + Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough = Half Baked
Half Baked was born of delicious parentage. Made up of two of our most popular flavours swirled together, the result is a flavour that takes ice cream euphoria to a whole new level!
2. It’s an International Star
You didn’t think all Half Baked lovers were in NZ, did you? Nah, we like to spread the love – and the cookie dough – and have brought Half Baked to 14 countries around the world, from Singapore to Sweden to Canada.
3. Take it to the next level by having a go at creating these amoozing over the top Half Baked Bars!
4. Now you don’t have to choose
Choose between chunks of gooey choc fudge brownie and the ever favourite choc chip cookie dough? We think not!
5. The Name is More Literal Than You Think
Half Baked got its name from the fact that the cookie dough in it is unbaked – hence 'dough' – but the fudge brownies are baked. It's literally half baked! Now you can confidently correct your friends who were convinced it was a reference to a certain movie of the same name.
What’s your favoruite thing about Half Baked? Is it the fudge brownie chunks? The chocolate-chip cookie dough? Let us know in the comments below!
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