We’ve all been there – the sudden panic when you realise it’s February 13th and you’ve forgotten to pick up a gift for someone special. The stores out of cards and you’re all out of doublesided tape and glitter. But don’t sweat - your two favourite guys Ben & Jerry are here to save the day. Check out these 5 ice cream ideas your Valentine’s Day sweetheart will love:
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Bouquet of Spoons
Sure, flowers are great, but they only look pretty for so long. Take your bouquet game to the next level this year and swap those red roses for a bunch of shiny spoons. Not only will your Valentine admire your creativity (we won't tell if you don't), there's also no 'one spoon' excuse for them to hog the whole tub to themselves - a win win situation in our eyes.
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Love Lies Under the Lid
Ditch the cards this year - they're overrated in our opinion anyway. Instead why not pick up a tub of your loved one's favourite flavour, remove the lid and pen a few poetic lines on the inside before replacing it. A spoonful of creamy delight and a heart-felt message are guaranteed to give them all the warm and fuzzy feels.
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Trail to Euphoria
Rose petals on the bed? We’re just not about that life. For guaranteed tastebud tingling, grab a Son of a ‘Wich sharepack and lay those little cookies out in one sweet heart. Or, if you’ve got more time on your hands, why not lay them in a line and set your loved one on a trail to the real heart of the home… a.k.a. the freezer.
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A Date with a Difference
Scrap the fancy restaurant. It's way too busy and full of smooshy couples. For a date with a difference, whisk your lover, or your pals, away to your local scoop shop. With scoops, sauce and sprinkles galore have a bit of fun and challenge eachother to create an edible ice cream masterpiece.
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Spoon Before You Spoon
This one is a no brainer. Nothing screams “I love you” more than a scoop of creamy euphoria followed by a snuggle under the fluffiest blanket you can get your hands on. So grab a tub and swoon whilst you spoon.