Do you dare dream of such a place? Where the ice cream options are limitless and you're free to choice whatever you like. I grow tired of being forced to buy one small pint at the grocery store. Ben and Jerry's ice cream costs a pretty penny.
My dream is to attend a party where the host serves a Ben and Jerry's ice cream buffet. Every flavor imaginable would be available and you could choose a scoop or even a pint of whatever you pleased.
The flavor options go on forever. There are too many Ben and Jerry Flavors to count.
I still remember my first spoonful of Half Baked and thinking, "cookie dough, brownies, vanilla, and chocolate ice cream...it can't get better than this." Oh it got better, much better.
You would be surprised at the unusual types of ice cream. Recently, Ben and Jerry's released a Jeremy Lin inspired kind called "Taste The Linsanity" with fortune cookies that caused a little uproar.
The ice cream flavor lords even created a "Schweddy Balls" flavor based upon the Saturday Night Live skit.
If I were in the fortunate position to scoop away at the buffet, I would choose my three favorite kinds.
3. Red Velvet Cake
I tried this two months ago. I wasn't expecting the smooth and silky similarities to actual red velvet cake. Sometimes, you can get the ice cream and cake in one pint.
2. One Cheesecake Brownie
I discovered this late night friend in college at the university convenience store. They offered a limited selection of ice cream options, but I wasn't disappointed when I plugged a spoon of this in my mouth.
Cheesecake and brownies are two of the greatest foods in the world. When smashed into a tiny container of ice cream they truly create an unforgettable taste memory. It's hard to put this pint back in the freezer after ripping the plastic seal off.
1. Everything But The...
The ellipsis says everything about this ice cream. Its greatness never ends. This is my favorite Ben and Jerry's ice cream flavor.
This pint contains a jumble of vanilla and chocolate ice cream, white chocolate bars, peanut butter cups, chocolate covered almonds, and the best ever toffee chunks.
I feel as if I'm on a treasure hunt, digging through sand, and overjoyed by the wealth of variety and riches I find in a tiny pint of ice cream.
If you attended a party or restaurant with a Ben and Jerry's buffet, what flavor would you target first? What's your favorite Ben and Jerry's ice cream flavor? What's the most unusual flavor you have encountered?