Best supermarket ice cream

Bon Appetit

This summer's best frozen treats don't require an ice cream maker. In fact, these five great ice cream flavors only require trip to the supermarket (or an overnight delivery). These are our tried-and-true editor favorites.

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Haagen-Dazs Five Vanilla Bean

Vanilla doesn't seem so boring when it's this good.

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Talenti Sicilian Pistachio

Talenti's rich gelato would be terrific in a BombeBastick. Or an ice cream sandwich. Or...

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Luna & Larry's Coconut Bliss Dark Chocolate

This will please the vegans and--we swear--everyone else with this dairy-free, Mounds-like choice.

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Il Laboratorio del Gelato Hazelnut

You'll get past the sticker shock ($15 for 20 ounces?!) after the first bite.

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Ben & Jerry's Coffee Heath Bar Crunch

Put out the candy-filled classic at a sundae bar and watch how fast it disappears.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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