When it comes to dessert, nothing compares to what is the most delicious summer treat on the planet: ICE CREAM. No matter what form it comes in, we don鈥檛 judge 鈥 in fact, we鈥檒l kindly take it all. Boozy, glittery ice cream sandwiches? Yes, please. Patriotic Fourth of July sundaes? Definitely. Croissant ice cream cones? Bring it on!

non melting ice cream cone

It鈥檚 been less than 48 hours since we fell in love with the decadent goodness of the latter, and already we鈥檝e stumbled upon another awesome frozen treat trend that鈥檚 vying for our attentions.

Introducing fish cone ice cream, which is exactly what it sounds like: a too-cute-for-words fish-shaped cone filled with yummy soft serve ice cream. *drool*

Though Serious Eats explains that these little fishies initially became popular in Asia as a completely different type of treat called taiyaki (鈥渇ish-shaped pastries made of a pancake-like batter [and traditionally] filled with sweet red bean paste鈥) that hasn鈥檛 stopped anyone from jumping on the revamped ice cream bandwagon (us included)! Bonus? They鈥檙e totally Insta-worthy. See for yourself below!

1. @chocolatesuze: The adorbs new fad is believed to have started in Australia at Zero Degrees Sydney where, as Insta user @chocolatesuze describes, they鈥檙e carefully crafted with all the essentials: 鈥淭aiyaki fish filled with red bean, soft serve, a sprinkle of popping candy and chocolate sauce,鈥 she writes. Seriously, how much cuter can you get?

#灏忓己鍚冭揣鏃ヨ #yummy #鍐版穱娣 #濂藉悆

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2. @petermkk525: If you don鈥檛 live in Australia, fear not, as these edible fish are already swimming to all sorts of other countries and taking on exciting new flavors. In Japan, Tanoshii Dezato serves theirs in a wide array of flavors, including black sesame and chocolate, plus all kinds of fruit toppings.

3. @halimagoga: Meanwhile, traveling from Down Under to London, these cute cones are served in a green tea version at Chinatown鈥檚 Bake. Insta user @halimagoga documented her indulgence, giving followers more deets on the exact location where they can score one: 鈥淭aiyaki fish shaped Waffle/Cake Cone with Matcha Soft Serve. Place called 鈥楤ake鈥, 9 Wardour Street, opposite the W Hotel, China Town.鈥

4. @tienamayra: As Insta foodie @tienamayra聽joked, 鈥淜eeping my food in shape keeps me out of shape.鈥

BRB, we鈥檒l just be over here, booking our flights. Who鈥檚 with us?

What鈥檚 your fave ice cream trend? Tweet us @BritandCo.

(h/t Bustle, photos via @chocolatesuze and Getty)