“Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon put his lip synching, game-playing antics aside for a few minutes this week to introduce his newest venture — an ice cream flavor for Ben& Jerry’s.
Fallon first collaborated with the ice cream company in his “Late Night” days with the flavor “Late Night Snack,” but a new platform called for a bigger, bolder flavor.
Ben & Jerry’s founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield introduced the flavor to Fallon’s audience this week.
The flavor includes two ice creams, two cookie doughs and a crunchy cookie swirl, according to Eric Fredette, a “flavor guru” for Ben & Jerry’s and the creator of “The Tonight Dough.”
The two ice creams are chocolate and caramel, with regular and peanut butter cookie dough and the chocolate swirl.
All proceeds of the sales will go to the nonprofit SeriousFun Children’s Network, which helps children with serious illnesses by hosting free camps.
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