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I know it’s probably not a good idea to be addicted to anything….but here goes…I’m Lisa and I’m addicted to Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough Chunks. There, I admitted it! But am I going to go to Ben & Jerry’s rehab (I doubt there’s actually such a thing!)? No ways! They’re just too delicious to give up.

My passion for Ben & Jerry’s is not a new thing. I’m a big fan of their creative ice-cream packed with all sorts of yummy chunks. The cookie dough flavours have always been my favourites and I would strategically dig into a tub to reveal the gobs of chocolate chip studded dough and then savour every bite. Ben & Jerry’s are most generous with their chunks but I always wanted more.

And now…I have it…and I can’t get enough.

Free The Chunks

The legendary ice cream maker has recently unveiled two new flavours of oh-so-snackable cookie dough chunks. That’s right — just the chunks and no ice cream. Ben & Jerry’s has officially “freed the chunks!”

Snacking on cookie dough has become quite the ‘thing’ over the last little while but Ben & Jerry’s came up with the idea decades ago. In fact, in 1984, Ben & Jerry’s became the first ice cream company to drop big chunks of chocolate chip cookie dough into a batch of ice cream.

But due to overwhelming demand for ‘just the chunks’, the ice-cream creators have given us what we want – a bag filled with those signature cookie dough chunks.

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Two Flavours Of Cookie Dough Chunks

The two new flavours of cookie dough chunks are:

  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough and
  • Half Baked Chunks, which is a mixture of chocolate chip cookie dough & fudge brownies

The first thing I did when I got my cookie dough bags was to cascade a whole waterfall of Half Baked Chunks over some Ben & Jerry’s Half-Baked ice-cream. There is absolutely no such thing as too much cookie dough.

“Cookie dough is what Ben & Jerry’s fans know and love us for, and we know our fans often dig around the ice cream to get to their favourite part – the cookie dough chunks! So, we thought, why not make it easier and put the chunks in a bag of their own? Snack on them straight from the bag, or sprinkle over a scoop of your favourite Ben & Jerry’s ice cream – you can enjoy the dough-licious chunks in many different ways!” said Francesca Lucas, Retail Marketing Manager, Ben & Jerry’s Australia.

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Where Can I Buy Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough Chunks?

Ben & Jerry’s Cookie Dough Chunks are available in 180g and 227g pouches in select Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Stores:

NSW

Ben & Jerry’s Manly

Ben & Jerry’s Bondi

Ben & Jerry’s Chatswood

QLD

Ben & Jerry’s Mooloolaba

Ben & Jerry’s Noosa

Ben & Jerry’s Surfers Paradise

Ben & Jerry’s Pacific Fair

VIC

Ben & Jerry’s Flinders Lane

Ben & Jerry’s Burwood Brickworks

Ben & Jerry’s St Kilda

WA

Ben & Jerry’s Hillarys

Ben & Jerry’s Joondalup

Ben & Jerry’s Fremantle

Ben & Jerry’s Northbridge

To find out more and pick up more flavour inspiration, visit www.benjerry.com.au.

Are you a cookie dough fan? How would you eat cookie dough chunks – by itself or on something? Tell us in the comments below.

  • I love the new ben and jerry core ones too
    Always buy on special

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  • I have never tried them.

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  • Sorry to be the killjoy, but before you further indulge yourselves in craving for more of B&J ice cream, I seriously urge you to READ THE INGREDIENTS & NUTRITION LABELS, what’s used in making them irresistible to everyone who tastes it, so carefully & cleverly crafted by specialised taste professional companies to get us hooked forever.

    It took me plenty of self-control, discipline & health-driven courage to finally stop gratifying my taste buds, but to consider my health & longevity, to envisage from a health perspective, measured the cheaper price I pay for tubs of B&J against the huge potential health/medical costs I’d incur to rectify the harmful consequences of consuming the many questionable adverse ingredients used, of whichI gleefully put into my mouth pleasing my palate & help boost the release of dopamine, serotonin & oxytocin, just to make me feel good.

    Beware of chemicals like CARRAGEENAN, added SUGARS, refined wheat flour….
    I now only consume PANA ice cream, having compared the ingredients & nutrition labels. The lesser of the devils, sparingly.

    Nutritionists’ advice of daily allowance is 15-20g per 100g or 6 tsp of SUGAR/day, 3g per 100g per day of FATS.

    Do take another look at the nutrition label of B&J.

    Cheers to healthy eating & longevity.

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  • A good brand that has loads of good options.

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  • I’ve never had Ben and Jerry’s before, but I do love cookie dough and cookie dough ice cream. I don’t have a ben and Jerry’s close though

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  • I’ve never tried Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream and probably never will. Unfortunately $10 for a small tub is beyond my budget. I’m not sure I’d like to eat cookie dough either

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  • I don’t understand the whole cookie dough thing. For me, it needs to be cooked. However, I’ve known of many people who love to eat raw cookie dough!!!

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  • I hope these hit the supermarket shelves as I’m a big fan of cookie dough!
    Also love Ben and Jerry’s – especially the phish food and cotton candy flavoured I’ve creams.
    I’m definitely keen to try these. Hopefully I can get out to one of the NSW locations to grab a couple of bags.

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  • What about Tassie? I’d love to see how much! I’d put them with cheaper overcame as it’s always the cookie dough I love best anyway.

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  • Not available anywhere near me …..

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  • No, I can’t be bothered by cookie dough. But if I would be bothered and it’s not available anywhere nearby, why not make some yourself ?

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  • Yum. If only I lived closer to these areas!

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  • Love cookie dough but sadly no Ben amd Jerry’s anywhere near me.

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  • Looks amazing, what a shame they are located so far away

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  • I love cookie dough! I used to buy on special as a treat. I then had to go gluten free so not for me now. But… I’ve found an online store in Vic that does edible gluten free cookie dough.

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