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This Butter Ball-Flavored Ice Cream Will Take You Back To Your Childhood

It'll be available starting October 15.
IMAGE The Lost Bread
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The Lost Bread is on a roll with their '90s candy-flavored offerings. You've heard of their Chocnut and Haw Haw soft-serves, now get ready for butter ball ice cream! Collaborating with Peter's Butter Ball Candy itself, the dessert shop hopes to remind you of the nostalgic treat's sweet caramel goodness, in luscious ice cream form. 

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Now, if your sweet tooth hankers for more, you can sprinkle your ice cream with a variety of available toppings at their Craft You Own Soft-Serve Bar. Try a dash of milk and cookies (crushed milk and white chocolate chip cookies), chocolate or caramel popcorn to upgrade your Butter Ball ice cream experience. Oh, and the best part? It’s just P95! 

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The Lost Bread's Butter Ball flavor will be rolled out in all of their branches but will available for a limited time only, starting October 15, 2019.

For more information, you can visit their Facebook and Instagram pages.

This story originally appeared on Preview.phMinor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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