Strawberry Ice Cream Cone Hershey’s Kisses Exist To Make Snacktime Even More Delicious

Strawberry Ice Cream Cone Hershey’s Kisses Exist To Make Snacktime Even More Delicious Hershey's

Given how miserable this winter has been, I think we’re all desperate for whatever little taste of summer we can get. Those long, hot, sunny days may seem ages away, but now that Hershey’s Kisses has a Strawberry Ice Cream Cone flavor, I feel like it’s a whole lot closer. How did I not know these existed until now?!

  1. Hershey’s Kisses is pretty much the perfect candy. When you want the taste of chocolate but aren’t in the mood for a full chocolate bar (or you’re simply trying to watch your calorie intake), Hershey’s Kisses are pretty much the perfect snack. Not only are they the ideal size but they also come in a variety of delicious flavors. Previously, my fav was Hugs because I love that mix of white and milk chocolate. However, Strawberry Ice Cream Cone just might take the top spot.
  2. This flavor has been rumored for a while now. Snack lovers online have been discussing the possibility of Hershey’s Kisses releasing this flavor, but it’s only recently that it popped up on the Target website for order, which means our dreams have come true! The brand describes these little morsels of deliciousness as “strawberry flavored crème and cookies” which sounds yum, but I was already sold.
  3. They’d make a great topping as well. If you’re not content with just eating these by the handful straight from the bag, you can always throw them on top of some actual ice cream or maybe top cupcakes with them. Basically, the options are endless – if you can dream it, you can throw Hershey’s Kisses on it.
  4. Sadly, this flavor is only available for a limited time. As you can imagine, Hershey’s won’t be offering Strawberry Ice Cream Kisses year ’round – you’ll only be able to get these through the end of summer, most likely. That means you’ll want to stock up if you end up loving them (and I can’t imagine you won’t).
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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