People who don't eat dairy should be especially excited. 

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Big news for ice cream lovers: Häagen-Dazs has added 12 new flavors to its line, including four that are diary free, as a well as an ice cream treat that it has never offered before: cookie squares.

Let's start with those non-dairy flavors: Chocolate Salted Fudge Truffle, Peanut Butter Chocolate Fudge, Mocha Chocolate Cookie, and Coconut Caramel. Thanks to Häagen-Dazs, people who can't enjoy dairy will have even more choices when it comes to the ice cream aisle. The ice cream company is really stepping up it comes when to offering non-dairy ice cream options in rich, indulgent flavors too.

For those of you who can eat traditional ice cream, Häagen-Dazs has created a special dessert that might remind you, as Business Insider points out, of an ice cream cake: The Trio Crispy Layer ice creams layer crunchy ice cream toppings, like white chocolate shavings, and sauce, between the ice cream. Trio Crispy Layer ice creams come in Lemon Raspberry White Chocolate, Vanilla Caramel White Chocolate, and Coconut Caramel Chocolate.

Your sweet tooth is probably aching by now, but Häagen-Dazs has more up its sleeve. The company is also adding three more traditional ice cream flavors to its collection: Banana Peanut Butter Crunch, Midnight Cookies & Cream, and Honey Salted Caramel Almond.

All those flavors are of course available in the pint size, which lets you enjoy your ice cream in the traditional manner, but if you're bored with eating your ice cream out of a bowl with a spoon, Häagen-Dazs has something for you too: the new cookie squares. This dessert is a milk chocolate dipped ice cream square with an added layer of chocolate cookie to give you an extra crunch in your bite. Basically, this is an ice cream sandwich for adults.

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Every single one of these new flavors will be available in stores this week, so ice cream fanatics everywhere should grab a shopping cart and stock up.

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