- Right out of the container - beware of brain freeze!
- In a bowl - freshly scooped
- In a bowl - that has melted just a bit to facilitate spooning
- In a bowl - very melted, or smushed together, so as to be more like a milkshake
So, as a kid, you had to spice up your own flavors. You could either put your fixings on top, or smush them in. I even remember my mom buying me a hand held blender so I could make milkshakes whenever I wanted. Man, I loved that thing.
Anyway, nothing brings me back to my childhood addiction more than some classic All Natural Breyer's. In this case, it's their very tasty chocolate ice cream. Even now, decades later, I still can't help but let my classic Breyer's get soft and smush it into a tasty paste. If you want to be really crazy, you can always dip some fresh pretzels into the paste, mmmm, fantastic stuff.
Their Vanilla/Chocolate/Strawberry also takes me way back. Notice I didn't say Neapolitan, I mean, I didn't even know what Neapolitan was because Breyer's was pretty much the only thing we ate and they didn't call it by that name.
Side note: How is smush not in my Firefox spelling dictionary?
Nutrition: 140 / 60-4.5 / 1 / 2