Ben and Jerry's Bob Marley flavor - This is what peace tastes like Image

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"Bob Marley stood for more than just music – he advocated for social change and inspired millions to think about peace, love, and equality," noted co-founder of Ben and Jerry's, Jerry Greenfield.



"Ben & Jerry's has long strived to champion love and social justice, and by partnering with the Marley family we're happy to play a small role in supporting Marley's vision for a sweeter world," Greenfield continued.

"In Jamaica, we love banana. I eat a banana every day," Ziggy Marley said while sitting next to the "Jerry" of Ben & Jerry's, Jerry Greenfield, who added that there's some more metaphorical significance in the banana-based flavor, too. It pays tribute to the "values that (Bob Marley) espoused in his music," said Greenfield, because the ice cream's peace sign-shaped chocolate bits and caramel and graham cracker swirls represent "black and white together, unity, and just the flavor One Love."

In this case, peace, love and unity tastes like the chunky, ice cream version of banana bread. Yum.

As Greenfield recalls, "Ziggy's kids tried it and went bananas" for the flavor, which benefits the Bob Marley Foundation's One Love Youth Camp in Jamaica.

Start your morning off with some love! One Love Banana Pancakes, that is. Made with Bob Marley's One Love ice cream and filled with bananas, fudge peace signs, and caramel and graham cracker swirls, these pancakes are just the ticket for a totally euphoric morning. Let Judah and Gideon Marley show you how easy they are to make!

You can find the full recipe here: http://benjerrys.co/2sf7dSb


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