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That would be Icelandic Milk Chocolate Ice Cream – stop – and Icelandic Licorice Ice Cream – two separate flavors, although as I’m writing this and thinking of the candy I tried, the chocolate/licorice bar was surprisingly tasty, so these … Continue reading
This was one of the few flavors in The Perfect Scoop that I hadn’t made yet, and I really don’t know why. Hazelnut and chocolate is an awesome combination, and apparently also A Thing. David’s picture shows it done with … Continue reading
Don’t let the smooth taste fool you! I’m debating telling anyone this is dairy free (not that there’s anything wrong with that…), but, it is. Quite smooth, and then maybe it’s just the sheer chocolatiness of it that’s pretty amazing. … Continue reading
One of THE. BEST! combinations in the Universe. EVER!!! Chocolate and Peanut Butter. And then, as if that weren’t enough… the Reese’s as a mix-in. <insert Homer Simpson drooling sound here>
As the boys say, tastes like the best milkshake you’ve ever had. The malt is a little subtle, and next time I might not use quite as much salt as the recipe calls for, but yes, YUMMY!
FUN TIP: Smoked salt is increasingly simple to find. So the story with this recipe says that Jake like chocolate and salt together – at the movies he gets M&M’s and popcorn and combines them. I haven’t tried that, but I … Continue reading