If you’re at all like me and just can’t choose, this dessert is a perfect way to celebrate the joy of indecision.
It's probably also a fantastic way to (belatedly) celebrate National Frozen Custard Day, which was yesterday! If you have no idea what that means, we're still semi-hosting a collaborative challenge in this community to make and post recipes for a different dessert every day. Curious? I hope so! Thanks so far for all of the awesome entries--you guys are amazing!!
This dessert is probably not good for:
a: People who like getting what they want, the way they want it.
People who don’t like really delicious desserts. It’s okay since these people don’t really exist. They’re urban myths. We’re okay.
c: Parents who need their children to listen to them. When you get the best of both worlds in a dessert course like this, it’s really hard to follow it up with a stern moral lecture like, “You can’t always have everything.” Because your rather sassy child will just point at their plate and give you a look that plainly says, “I just did.” And you won’t be able to say anything. Because it’s true.
Drop on by for photos, un-punny Katy Perry analogies, and brief reflections on how my friend creatively managed to ration out his portion of remaining custard. Happy reading, and happy eatings!
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