Gentle Readers, The Practical Cook is here to handle indelicate matters so you don’t have to. After all, ordering ice cream is no easy feat, much less when it’s called Clusterfluff.
Considering the less sanitized version is one of The Practical Cook’s favorite terms, it is a tricky balance to not slip.
Roll the tape:
Let’s not lie, this is peanut butter crack. Cold, hard peanut butter crack for a junkie like myself. High flavor, fabulous mouthfeel, and even though I might prefer Heath-Bar like toffee chunks over caramel oaty things, I still love it. The marshmallow swirl, when you hit it: like mining for ice cream gold.
So do the due diligence, and track the controversial flavor down. My local chain grocery didn’t carry it, but Whole Foods did. In fact, it might be fun to ask for it by name at the service desk. Please send video of your efforts.
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