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Jimmy Fallon Surprises Fans at Ben & Jerry’s

Jimmy Fallon Surprises Fans at Ben & Jerry’s

Jimmy Fallon Surprises Fans at Ben & Jerry’s

Jimmy Fallon Surprises Fans at Ben & Jerry’s – Jimmy Fallon gives out free scoops of his new “Tonight Dough” ice cream flavor operated by a proprietary robot. Little do the participants know – he’s actually in the machine!

Ben & Jerry’s had a little to say about it:

If you ask us, we’ll tell you that Jimmy Fallon is hands-down one of the funniest people on the planet. In addition to being named “Entertainer of the Year,” he also recently celebrated a milestone by completing his first full season as host of The Tonight Show — the longest running talk show in television history.

We think that’s cause for celebration, and what better way to recognize the accomplishment than connect with our funny friend to launch a bigger, bolder, signature Ben & Jerry’s flavor. We’re calling it The Tonight Dough starring Jimmy Fallon. Our co-founders, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, introduced it to Fallon and his audience during the filming of the first episode of The Tonight Show’s second season.

The extra-chunky concoction combines chocolate and caramel ice creams with chocolate chip cookie dough, peanut butter cookie dough and a crunchy chocolate cookie swirl.

The Tonight Dough is chock full of the stuff people love… a double-double flavor with two ice creams, two cookie doughs and a crunchy cookie swirl. It’s simply over the top!

Eric Fredette, Flavor Guru & creator of The Tonight Dough

Always one to give back, Fallon will be donating all proceeds from the sales of The Tonight Dough to the non-profit organization SeriousFun Children’s Network. So while you’re enjoying The Tonight Dough, know that it gives back by helping children with serious illnesses, and their families, with life-changing experiences at camp that fosters confidence, independence and resilience—always free of charge.

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SOURCE: Jimmy Fallon – Ben & Jerrys

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