NEW YORK - APRIL 19:  Ben & Jerry's Bonnaroo Buzz Ice Cream at the Ben & Jerry's and Bonnaroo - new flavor party at Bowery Ballroom on April 19, 2010 in New York City.  (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Ben & Jerry's)
Ben & Jerry's New Ice Cream Flavors Are Inspired By Delicious Desserts
By Jennifer Waldera
Ben & Jerry’s has been known for its chunky ice cream and unique flavor combinations since it first opened in 1978. In 2021, the brand released its new Topped collection with flavors like Tiramisu and Whiskey biz, and one year later, they released two new flavors to add to the collection.
Bossin’ Cream Pie features swirls of pastry cream through vanilla custard-flavored ice cream with chunks of cake pieces and topped with a rich and creamy milk chocolate ganache and sprinkles of decadent fudge chips. Raspberry Cheesecake is fruity and tart with a top layer of thick white chocolate ganache and crunchy graham cracker pieces, followed by rich cheesecake ice cream with more graham crackers and raspberry swirls.
Flavor Guru Haylee Nelson says, "We wanted to create a fun, cafeteria nostalgia moment with these new flavors inspired by classic desserts." With the two new dessert-inspired flavors, Ben & Jerry's ups the count on the number of pints in the Topped line to a total of 11, and they can be found at US stores for an average of $5.99 to $6.49 per pint.