Monday, June 22, 2009

Recipe: Chocolate Sledgehammer

Breyers Chocolate Ice Cream.
I've said this before and I'll say it again. No substitutions. Sure you can drive over to Stewart's if you want to get some of that rock-hard gooey nonsense filled with guar gum. Or if you really despise easily-served frozen confections and you like the sugar/cream ratios in your desserts all farked up, pick yourself up some Häagen-Dazs and microwave it like an idiot. I like my ice cream the old fashioned way, the way our founding fathers intended it to be. Soft and melty.

Frozen Hershey's Nuggets.
I'm pretty sure you can use any chocolate you want here, but the Nuggets are important as they are large and blocky. They are hard to break with a spoon, thus forcing you to eat them whole.


1. Fill medium size bowl with ice cream.
2. Add betwen 1 and ten frozen nuggets.
3. Enjoy!

And don't try breaking the candy bars up into little pieces. They're frozen for a reason.

Typical eating experience:
mmm ice cream, mmm ice cream, mmm ice cream, WHAM, MASSIVE CHOCOLATE BAR! (repeat) That's why it's called The Sledgehammer.

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