Cold Stone Creamery Just Brought Back a Fan-Favorite Flavor

You'll never believe this "lucky" collab.

<p>Dotdash Meredith/Janet Maples</p>

Dotdash Meredith/Janet Maples

When March rolls around, I expect to see a few green-hued goodies appearing on shelves for St. Patrick’s Day. As a kid, I ate fluffernutter sandwiches with marshmallow creme dyed green while watching the local St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and every once in a while, I got my hands on an iconic Shamrock Shake, too. We’re feeling lucky because Cold Stone Creamery now has its own festive green ice cream back for a limited time.

Cold Stone Creamery Brings Back Lucky Charms Ice Cream

Throughout March, the ice cream brand has been selling Lucky Charms Ice Cream. It can be enjoyed on its own or in a "Creation" (aka, a Cold Stone sundae) or a shake.

The Ice Cream at the End of the Rainbow Creation features bright green Lucky Charms Ice Cream, topped with pieces of Lucky Charms cereal (including mini marshmallows), whipped topping, and edible gold glitter. The Sprinkled with Charms Shake is made with the Lucky Charms Ice Cream and then topped with the same goodies in the Creation version.

According to Jana Schneider, a vice president of Stone Creamery's parent company, "The enchantment of childhood comes alive with Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream and Lucky Charms Cereal. We're thrilled to partner with General Mills once again this year to spread joy with this nostalgic limited-time flavor."

If you're feeling extra festive, you can get your ice cream in green waffle cones and bowls as an add-on. If you want to try this flavor, head to one of Cold Stone's locations by the end of the month before your luck (and their supplies) run out.

Read the original article on All Recipes.