Ben & Jerry's releases Valentine's Day recipe for single folks

No lover? No problem. Ben & Jerry’s hopes to fill the hearts – and ice cream bowls – of Valentine’s Day skeptics this year with an exclusive new flavor, perfect for preparing from the comfort of your very own home.

Just in time for Feb. 14, the Vermont-based company announced the debut of “Delicious Uncoupling,” a frosty sweet treat recipe calling for chocolate chunks and shortbread cookies to be mixed into both chocolate and cookie milk ice cream flavors.

Just in time for Feb. 14, Ben & Jerry announced the debut of “Delicious Uncoupling,” a recipe calling for chocolate chunks and shortbread cookies to be mixed into both chocolate and cookie milk ice cream flavors.

Just in time for Feb. 14, Ben & Jerry announced the debut of “Delicious Uncoupling,” a recipe calling for chocolate chunks and shortbread cookies to be mixed into both chocolate and cookie milk ice cream flavors. (iStock)

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Better yet, the instructions for “Delicious Uncoupling” encourages ice cream lovers to “indulge until your heart is content” in the dessert — which, for better or worse, "Serves 1," according to Ben & Jerry's.

“We play on nostalgia a lot. It brings you back. If I can have you connect with the flavors and nuances I’ve added to the ice cream, I’ve got you. Because it usually brings up a really good memory,” longtime Ben & Jerry’s flavor guru Eric Fredette said of the special recipe.

“We play on nostalgia a lot. It brings you back. If I can have you connect with the flavors and nuances I’ve added to the ice cream, I’ve got you. Because it usually brings up a really good memory,” longtime Ben & Jerry’s flavor guru Eric Fredette said of the special recipe. (Ben & Jerry’s)

Though the flavor was created for Huffington Post, the outlet has shared the recipe online to inspire Valentine’s dissenters everywhere.

Likewise, longtime Ben & Jerry’s flavor guru Eric Fredette told the Post that determining the amount of cookie dough to add your ice cream is a surefire way to “get your mind off of whatever horrible thing happened earlier” in the world of love and romance.

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“We play on nostalgia a lot. It brings you back. If I can have you connect with the flavors and nuances I’ve added to the ice cream, I’ve got you. Because it usually brings up a really good memory,” Fredette said.

Hopefully, that wistfulness won’t bring you back to any ill-fated ice cream dates, however. Nevertheless, “stressed” is “desserts” spelled backwards. Bon appetit!

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