7 Ben & Jerry's Greek Frozen Yogurt Flavors That Are No More

If you dare to find yourself in the spooky Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard in Waterbury, Vermont, then you know just how seriously the founders take putting a flavor to rest. While frozen yogurt has gone through waves of popularity over the years, frozen yogurt chains just keep seeming to close down. It's no surprise, then, that seven of Ben & Jerry's Greek froyo flavors have been discontinued.

If you missed the opportunity to bend your spoon on a pint of this frozen goodness, do not fear. We've rounded up the graveyard Greek froyos and described them in great detail. This tribute to flavors gone too soon truly evokes the saying, "only the good die young."

Grab your classiest black suit, umbrella, or fascinator because it's time to make our way through the ultimate Ben & Jerry's froyo flavor graveyard tour. We're not bringing our holy water with us, because heck, we'd love to be haunted by these sweet pints!

Pink and powerful Strawberry Shortcake

For most Americans, Strawberry shortcake conjures memories of fireworks, grill fires, and hot summer Independence Day parties. For the Ben & Jerry's staff, the image is much grimmer. This flavor which was once so full of life is now dead and "berried."

Ben & Jerry's froyo is made with Greek frozen yogurt, making it creamier and tangier than your typical froyo. Strawberry and shortbread pieces are methodically mixed in, adding a nice crunch of sweetness to almost every bite. It's a calorie-conscious alternative to their regular ice cream line and has that distinct yogurt flavor that pairs beautifully with the sweet and refreshing chunks of fruit.

Brand Eating's review of the flavor describes it as not quite as creamy as your typical Ben & Jerry's ice cream, but it does have a yogurty tartness that's brain-freeze-worthy.

Although the flavor is discontinued, they do have a Ben & Jerry's Strawberry Cheesecake flavor to die for. And even though Strawberry Shortcake ended up in the graveyard, just keep in mind that there are endless Ben & Jerry's flavor out there, and more to come.

Decedent Raspberry Fudge Chunk

Another very berry flavor that's buried six feet under is Raspberry Fudge Chunk. This Greek froyo mixes the dynamic duo of raspberry Greek yogurt and crunchy frozen chunks of fudge. It's your morning bowl of yogurt and fruit, reinvented with a sweet twist. Heb describes the deceased pint as having a bold creamy richness, and as being Greekin' epic! There's a reason Ben & Jerry's is the best of the best. With fresh raspberry puree and dark cocoa, it's hard to find this kind of quality anywhere else.

Unfortunately, the recipe was put to rest but we can all agree that this popular Ben & Jerry's flavor deserves a comeback. The classic blend of berries and chocolate could meet no better partner than Greek yogurt. Why is it that you always want what you can't have?

We will certainly miss this breakfast-inspired froyo flavor, but luckily one of the few remaining Ben & Jerry's froyo flavors is Cherry Garcia, a close relation to Raspberry Fudge Chunk. That will have to do for now.

Creamy dreamy Banana Peanut Butter

Name a more dynamic duo than peanut butter and banana — we'll wait. No jelly is needed here. Ice cream certainly is an unconventional way to use peanut butter, but the addition of banana makes everything much sweeter. This flavorful pint was made with fresh bananas, tart Greek yogurt, and creamy ground peanuts. It's no wonder this flavor was put into production. Just about the only thing creamier than ice cream is peanut butter, so why not pair them together?

This classic duo is a favorite in sandwiches, acai bowls, smoothies, and, for Ben & Jerry's, froyo ice cream. Too bad the flavor was put to rest, but luckily there's a close second that is still available. If you miss the Banana Peanut Butter froyo, check out Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Peanut Butter Split, made with a swirl of chocolate and peanut butter ice cream, and chock full of chocolate peanut butter cups. Chunky Monkey is another runner-up, made with chunks of chocolate, bananas, and walnuts. We can't bring back the dead, but these flavors certainly give you the opportunity to start moving on.

Berry delicious Blueberry Vanilla Graham

What pairs better with yogurt than fruit? It's no wonder Ben and Jerry came up with so many fruity flavors when their Greek froyo craze hit. If you're a Mainer, this might just be your region's favorite Ben & Jerry's flavor of all time. Ben & Jerry's Fanatic did a review of the pint and described a beautiful swirl of blueberry froyo and vanilla froyo with a subtle twist of graham cracker crumble. The graham cracker adds texture, while the Greek froyos are tart and creamy smooth.

Though Ben & Jerry's doesn't currently carry any blueberry-flavored ice cream to ease the pain, there are several flavors that include that unforgettable graham cracker swirl. Consider trying the Gimme S'more made with toasted marshmallow ice cream and chocolate cookie swirls, and of course, crumbled graham cracker accompanied by fudge flakes. The Strawberry Cheesecake and Pumpkin Cheesecake ice cream flavors all highlight the crumbly sweet cracker as well.

Fresh and fruity Pineapple Passionfruit

Perhaps one of the boldest flavors yet, the Pineapple Passionfruit, makes for the ultimate tropical vacation frozen snack. Heck, they're putting pineapple in almost everything these days, so why not toss it into a pint of ice cream? Creamy pineapple Greek yogurt is swirled with passionfruit and sprinkled with chunks of frozen pineapple. Per Heb, the product was made with fresh passionfruit juice and whole chunks of pineapple along with protein-rich Greek yogurt.

Unfortunately, the closest you'll ever get to an ice cream experience as fruity as this one is with Strawberry Shortcake or Cherry Garcia. This chunky, tangy, and flavorful option must not have turned too many heads, because a tropical froyo is no longer around and was probably not among the most popular Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavors. Look's like you'll have to go whip up a frozen pina colada or take a trip to the tropics to ease your cravings for this one.

Sinfully sweet Vanilla Honey Caramel

As the only fruit-absent option to hit the Ben & Jerry's Greek froyo line, this creamy-dreamy flavor has us wondering why it was ever discontinued in the first place. This pint was subtle, sweet, tart, and made just right. Made with real honey and vanilla extract, these delicate flavors make way for the main event: Greek yogurt. With just enough flavoring to complement the subtly sour tang of yogurt, the honey drizzle adds an element of sweet release. The dynamic duo is popular in Greece, so why not throw it together in a pint?

Americone Dream features a chocolaty swirl in vanilla ice cream, along with fudge-covered waffle cone pieces, but certainly could be classified as a long-distance relative to the Vanilla Honey Caramel froyo that we miss so dearly. The Salted Caramel Almond flavor is a close second, containing vanilla bean ice cream, almond slivers, chocolate chunks, and of course that famous caramel swirl. Nothing can replace the froyo favorite, but these options can certainly help speed along the healing process.

Comically scrumptious Liz Lemon

Ben & Jerry's is known for their pop culture flavors and Liz Lemon was certainly inspired by a muse. The well-known show "30 Rock" featuring comedian and actress Tina Fey as Elizabeth Lemon was a comedy classic. It was hard not to fall in love with her character, so Ben & Jerry's decided to honor the series with its very own froyo flavor. Liz Lemon was made with lemon Greek froyo with a blueberry and lavender swirl. Jerry himself described the flavor as, "as sweet and tart as Liz Lemon herself," per Today. The tartness of the froyo worked well with the tartness of fresh lemon juice, but unfortunately for fans of the show, the flavor was discontinued.

While Ben & Jerry's does make a tart yet sweet lemon sorbet, there are currently no lemon-flavored ice cream pints available. Grab your hankie and waterproof mascara, because it looks like we are just going to have to mourn this one.

Tried-and-true Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough

If every Ben & Jerry's flavor was to be ranked, I think we know who'd come out on top.

While this flavor isn't made with Greek yogurt, it was the only froyo to have a proper funeral in the Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard, tombstone, and all. The company invented its flagship flavor, chocolate chip cookie dough in 1984, per Ben & Jerry's, so it's no wonder it was a top pick when they began playing with frozen yogurt.

Because it is berried six feet under, this is the only froyo that has the chance for resurrection. That's right — all graveyard flavors need is your vote to rejoin their alive-and-thriving friends in the freezer. Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt has been dearly missed, but if you have a hankering for the flavor, there are plenty of cookie dough-packed pints, including Ben & Jerry's unique new flavor which is a cookie lover's dream. And of course, don't forget about the original Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough made without yogurt, and optionally, without dairy. For now, that might just have to do.

Only two flavors remain

While the entire line of Ben & Jerry's Greek yogurt has been discontinued, there are a few remaining froyo flavors that aren't so Greek. Half Baked and Cherry Garcia froyo have survived against all odds, and remain staples of the company's product line, per Ben & Jerry's. For those of you that prefer the less calorie-dense option, grab a pint of the yogurty goodness that still walks amongst the living.

Until froyo makes another resurgence in popularity, we might have to pay our respects and wait it out. The seven Ben & Jerry's Greek frozen yogurt flavors will remain in our thoughts and prayers, but it's comforting to know they're in a better place. Remember, the truth about the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream cemetery is that each flavor has the chance to come back to haunt us, in the best way possible. An ice cream nightmare? Two scoops, please.