The topping is meant to taste just like their signature chocolate chip cookies.

By Mary Honkus
March 18, 2021 04:40 PM
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Credit: Nestle Toll House

Imagine adding the sweet flavors of chocolate chip cookies to any ice cream...in syrup form. Well, that dream is now a reality thanks to Nestle Toll House.

The company just released a line of chocolate sweet syrups that were inspired by its signature cookie dough, meant to elevate any ice cream sundae. The toppings come in two flavors: Chocolate Chip Cookie and Pecan Turtle Delight Cookie.

Both syrups are very chocolate-forward, but the chocolate chip cookie flavor features the essence of buttery cookies while the pecan turtle delight flavor has notes of caramel and toasted nuts.

Junk food Instagram @candyhunting first spotted the syrups earlier this week at HyVee, and a representative for Nestle Toll House confirmed to PEOPLE that both toppings are rolling out nationally this month and will be available at a variety of supermarkets across the U.S.

2021 is the perfect year to test out these syrups with countless new ice cream flavors already hitting shelves — including a Friends-themed pint.

Serendipity Brands announced its latest flavor that was inspired by the iconic 90s sitcom Friends earlier this month. Central Perk Almond Fudge, which is available now, is a permanent addition to Serendipity's ice cream lineup.

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The decadent flavor is of course named after the show's iconic coffee shop, and is made up of mocha almond fudge flavored ice cream that is packed with rich chocolate-covered almonds and creamy fudge swirls.

Along with the Friends flavor, Serendipity partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to bring three other television-inspired pints to life: The Goonies Sloth & Chunk Rocky Rooooaad, Caddyshack Gopher Tracks, and A Christmas Story Oh Fudge! Peppermint Cookie Fudge Sundae. The Goonies pint is also available now, while the other two will be released later this year.