The low-calorie ice cream company also announced three new vegan flavors.
Ask and you shall receive.
Halo Top is bringing back three fan-favorite flavors after so many customers requested their return. Peanut Butter & Jelly, Blueberry Crumble and Peaches & Cream, which were all only available for a limited time last year, are officially back in stores and they’re not going anywhere. A representative for the low-calorie ice cream company said they got so many inquiries that they had to do something about it.
The Peanut Butter & Jelly and Blueberry Crumble pints each have 360 calories per pint, and Peaches & Cream has 320 calories per pint. Each one is part of their ever-expanding line of dairy ice creams—but vegan fans are in for a treat too.
The brand also announced on Wednesday that they are adding three all-new flavors to the non-dairy line up: Mint Fudge Cookie (320 calories), Chocolate Hazelnut (320 calories) and Peanut Butter & Jelly (360 calories).
Both the new and returning flavors are available for pre-order on icecreamsource.com.
The PB&J pint is especially popular among the PEOPLE staff—it was one of the only pints to get an A+ rating in our comprehensive guide to all the flavors.
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In 2017, Halo Top became not only the most popular low-calorie frozen dessert but also the best-selling pint of ice cream in U.S. grocery stores period, beating out more traditional brands like Ben & Jerry’s and Häagen-Dazs.
But if you’re a faithful Ben & Jerry’s fan, you’ll be pleased to know they’re still churning out new innovative flavors. On Thursday they announced the addition of three new pints with a cookie dough “core” running through the center.