28 July 2008

With a chaser of hot fudge




This is not a picture of the late Andre the Giant holding a container of ice cream.

Now, ice cream comes in single serving portions. So you need not worry about overindulging in your favorite treat. Now, you can enjoy a jigger full of ice cream. Mmmm.

12 comments:

GreenCanary said...

That's my favorite Ben & Jerry's flavor... And dude. I just eat the whole pint. There are some things in life that call for eating the whole thing. Ice cream is one of them.

J.M. Tewkesbury said...

Ice cream: YUM. Ben & Jerry's: YUMMY. Single serving portions: Perfect.

Are they finally dispensing them in more than just three flavors, though? Because vanilla is boring, Cherry's Garcia is meh, and chocolate fudge brownie is yummy, but rich. I'm looking for Phish Food or Heath Bar Crunch or whatever that one was with coconut and fudge chunks...

Lemmonex said...

If only they did the single servings in Chubby Hubby or Chunky Monkey. Then, all would be right in the world.

Gilahi said...

I thought a quart was a single serving. Huh.

Kristin said...

One of the editors at my college paper chow on B&J. We knew it was bad when it was a "two pint night."

Narm said...

I am going to give Ben and Jerry a single serving of shut up and eat the whole pint.

Lynne said...

It's the size of a yogurt container! Does it come in a six-pack?

charlotteharris said...

if we're supposed to discourage you away from the cheesecake... should we be pulling you away from the ice cream too? or are you handling it ok? ;-)

Capitol Hill 20210 said...

They sell the chunky monkey at Safeway near me in those lovely shot glass sized yummyness.

I am a cake batter fiend

Angela said...

YES! I saw these! Perfectly sized, so I don't feel tempted to eat a whole pint!

lacochran said...

Thanks for all the comments.

Apparently I am late to the party on this one. (Shouldn't have spent all that time working product into my hair.)

I hope you all enjoy your doll size ice cream... Or three. :)

zandria said...

The single-cup serving definitely seems less dangerous than the full size! :)