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The Guide To Good Ice Cream

Ice cream- it's something all of us love. (Unless you're lactose intolerant of course.) Soft serve, cones, shakes, floats, or whatever it may be; all of it is delicious. Specifically, my favorite flavors are mint chocolate chip, plain vanilla, Superman, cookie dough and many others. None of these flavors are in order of my favorites. However, I am about to take you along on an icy, sugary, and flavorful experience you HAVE to try.

My favorite ice creams in order-

1.) Baskin Robins- Oreo Milkshake

This. This. This. Baskin Robins Oreo Milkshake is literal heaven. I can not pass this up. This ice cold treat is so cute and delicious. During your first sip, you will experience many different emotions you have never felt before. Don't worry, I'll help lead you through the motions. Immediately at your first taste, you will be shocked with spun milk chocolate and vanilla ice cream with soft chunks of the classic Oreo cookie and filling. Does it get better than this?

2.) Ben and Jerrys- Phish Food

Ben and Jerrys are notorious for putting you into a better mood. This flavor-packed, pint-sized ice cream includes chocolate ice cream mixed with marshmallow fluff, swirly caramel, and plenty of tiny fish-shaped chocolate chips. There is plenty of fish in the sea, of course. But this one is sure to win your heart next time you decide to make a trip down the frozen aisle.

3.) Cook Out- M&M's Chocolate Milkshake

This frozen delight is something of a normal staple to my every week routine. Mistakenly, my apartment building is only steps away from the nearest Cook Out. Because of this, my friends and I often resort to this restaurant instead of the classic microwaveable dinner. This shake is an absolute steal for the actual money you end up paying on it. (Which is approximately $3.99).

All though all of these include chocolate, each one holds a special place in my heart. They are each so delicious, cheap, and great for a sunny (or even cloudy) day. Ice cream, you scream, we ALL scream for ice cream!


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