Friday, July 23, 2010

ICE CREAM OF THE WEEK


How about .... cinnamon and coffee?

15 comments:

Gledwood said...

Ukkghkkck, no!

Sorry Welshcakes, sorry Pat :-(

Coffee ice cream is gruesome.

jennifer said...

An ice cream shop called Dairy Queen is offering a "Pecan Pie Blizzard". It has bits of pie crust, brown sugar candy bits, pecans, and a dash of caramel, mixed up in vanilla soft serve ice cream. It is SOOOOO good. I'm glad I don't live close to a DQ because I know I would over indulge OFTEN.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Saretta said...

Are those bits of chocolate I see in there?

lakeviewer said...

I'm living high just knowing someone can enjoy my favorite snack! I lost the ability to digest dairy over a year ago, after a bout with bursitis and pain meds that must have disturbed the balance of my gastric juices. No use crying over spilled milk, though. I can still eat a bit of cheese without much distress.

Take an extra scoop and eat it just for me, Pat.

fullet said...

That would be great, I'm a coffee geek. Today, I settled for a simple cream and chocolate... a safe bet I guess :)

Anne in Oxfordshire said...

Sorry Pat, not for me :-( I really prefer Berries, or Nuts.. or Fruity.. Love Pistachio gelato.

RNSANE said...

Cinnamon and coffee sounds very good to me as I like both ingredients and combining them in ice cream sounds just fine. Jennifer's Pecan Pie Dairy Queen Blizzard really sounds good, too. A few years ago, a dear friend flew to Georgia with me to drive my mother's car back cross country for my son, Jeremy. We stopped all along the way at Dairy Queen's for their blizzards. We must have gained five pounds on that trip since we were really pushing ourselves, with only two overnight stops, driving straight through the rest of the time, except for the bathroom, Dairy Queen blizzards and an occasional hamburger.

Maria said...

First let me say, i put cinnamon in my coffee every morning! I never thought about having them as dessert! Another reason to eat dessert! Yumm! lol

love to you and simi,

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

A chacun son gout, Gleds. [Can't do the circunflex on here.] Hi, Jennifer. Oh, my goodness, I couldn't resist that! Hi, Saretta. Yes! Hi, lakeviewer. Bursitis is very painful - I've had it so I do empathise. Ok, I'll have a scoop for you! Hi, fullet. Sounds good to me! Hi, Anne. I try these flavours purely in the interest of blog research, you understand.... Hi, Carmen. Those "Blizzards" must have been quite something! Hi, Maria. There's always a reason to eat dessert! Lots of love to you, too. x woof!

RNSANE said...

The Blizzard Treat
A very popular Dairy Queen item today is the Blizzard Treat, which is soft-serve mechanically blended with add-in ingredients such as sundae toppings and/or pieces of cookies, brownies, or candy. It has been a staple on the menu since its introduction in 1985, a year in which Dairy Queen sold 100 million Blizzards.[14] The Blizzard was invented by Sam Temperato, Ted Drews, and Wil Stiles. It is traditionally served upside down to prove the thickness. The most popular Blizzard flavors include Oreo Cookies, chocolate chip cookie dough, M&M's (Smarties in Canada), Reese's Peanut Butter Cup, Heath bar, and Butterfinger. Seasonal flavors are also available such as October's Pumpkin Pie

It can't compete with your GELATO, though!

CherryPie said...

It sounds delicious :-)

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Carmen. Thanks for the description. Can people stand up after one of those?! Hi, Cherie. It was.

Lucia said...

Hi Pat
I love Blizzard's they're so good! But I love Cinnamon and Coffee together too! That would be delicious to try!

Devonshire Dumpling said...

Oooh, coffee ice cream? Send me some would you, Pat?

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Hi, Lucia. You'd love it! Coming right over, DD.

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