O.M.G. …. who needs chocolate when you can have Clusterfluff?! To.die.for!
This entry was posted on 18. April, 2011 by TheDailyClick. It was filed under April and was tagged with Ben & Jerry's, Clusterfluff Ice-cream, Dessert, Food, Ice-cream, Peanut Butter, Photography.
Ha, ha! I can assume you are not allergic to chocolate and have an affinity for B&J products.
18. April, 2011 at 05:40
You mean allergic to peanuts? (Nope, I’m not) There’s no chocolate whatsoever in this ice-cream.
Ben & Jerry’s isn’t the only ice-cream I buy, Häagen Dasz is pretty good, too, or Starbucks ice-cream. All depends on the flavor, and I discovered some new ones from B&J recently.
Their Boston Cream Pie flavored one is pretty good, too, but doesn’t come anywhere close to this one.
18. April, 2011 at 05:53
do you buy ice cream in bulk? lol. love the name!
18. April, 2011 at 08:39
I do NOT! Most of the time it’s just a pint a week.
18. April, 2011 at 11:44
This blog is bad for my will power. I love peanut butter, but not crazy about marshmallows. I bet it’s still super yummy. Todays confession: when I was in high school I used to eat ice cream twice a day. Thank goodness for high metabolism and a mom that hadn’t discovered eating healthy yet.
18. April, 2011 at 11:39
No worries, you can’t really taste the marshmallows over all that peanut butter
Wish I still had that high metabolism problem… when I was a kid I could eat whatever I wanted (that’s how Melissa stays so skinny-minnie) and my mom would still have to take in my clothes! And then I HAD kids, which took care of that “problem”.
18. April, 2011 at 11:47
18. April, 2011 at 15:07
You also lost me at marshmallow. But that is one photogenic ice cream container!
18. April, 2011 at 22:27
I would like some clusterfluff. Now. Even though it’s before dinner.
19. April, 2011 at 16:31
That looks good! I’ll have to try some next time I’m at a B&J’s in May.
19. April, 2011 at 17:57
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