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Walmart's New Ice Cream Flavor Lineup Is Fit For Summertime Snacking

Everyone has that one food they would (and could) eat for the rest of their lives and never get sick of. For many, those foods include anything carb-y, cheesy, and fried. For me, it's ice cream. There are so many different flavors and toppings that it's impossible to get tired of!

Walmart sure is helping. Their brand Great Value may not be seen as bougie as Ben & Jerry's or Häagen-Dazs, but their flavors are pretty on par with their breadth.

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The brand just released a bunch of new flavors ahead of the bright palates and color palettes of spring and summer.

Instagrammer @inenell snagged three of them including Mango Habanero Coconut, Circus Cookie, and Root Beer & Vanilla Float, which I would totally make a root beer float with to really amplify the experience.

Circus Cookie is a play on those Mother's Circus Animal Cookies we all enjoyed as kids, and the ice cream will be just as sweet. It's made with sweet cream ice cream, crushed up animal cookies, and swirls of pink icing.

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Oh, we're not even close to being done with the lineup.

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Instagrammer @candyhunting's follower @janesnicholas discovered a host of other new flavors, like this Margarita-flavored sherbet that even encourages you to add salt to it.

Try mixing this in your own iced margs, because you can never have too much indulgence.

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Next up is one everyone can enjoy.

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White Chocolate Raspberry—mmmmm.

It's made with a sweet white chocolate base and swirled with raspberry.

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The last one @candyhunting's follower found was Strawberry Shortcake, an absolute classic summertime flavor.

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It's made with a sweet cream base, strawberry swirls, and shortcake pieces.

This is definitely an indulgent lineup!

You can currently find them online, although you might want to call your local store first to make sure they're in stock.

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