Never heard of Edwards even though they've been around since 1950? yeah, me neither. Now, don't get me wrong, it's often the new guy on the block who has something to prove, and today, well, the "new" guy has brought something mighty unique to the table. For a mere $2.25 for 2 servings, I humbly present Edwards Singles (one of those new treats I mentioned in my monday post).
Now I saw 2 or 3 varieties of singles and I decided to start with the turtle one. I couldn't resist for two reaons. 1) it said NEW! and 2) it's unique. It's funny because they could have "embellished" the picture on the box, but I feel it's actually a pretty acurate image. (hahahahaha, I just typoed "accurate", how ironic....that's what I get for staring at the box and not my monitor.). Ok, let's run with the pictures.
Waalaa! it's done! and tasty to boot! I'm going to have to give this tasty invention two spoons up. It's simple to do, it's a decent value, (you cook in cardboard and not plastic), and the end result is respectable. As you may suspect, the ice cream isn't top notch, but we're not here to eat ice cream. No no, we're here to grab a nice spoonful of sundae: mild ice cream, chocolate chips, a decent caramel sauce, pecans, and an ooey gooey brownie. Actually, I want to give props to the brownie here. It's hot, it's fresh, and they threw in these dark chocolate chunks that truly make the brownie both ooey and gooey when they melt. Ya know, I haven't thought about microwave brownies since the early 90s...I think they had microwave cookies as well, but I can't remember what they were called.
Good job Edwards, you've presented a well thought out product.
Update: Somebody mentioned a commercial, well here it is: Edward's Commercial.
Nutrition: 350/ 150-7 / 2 / 4