It was Greedy Kid #1 that harassed me for three straight weeks until I finally broke down out of sheer irritation and allowed myself to be ripped off for $5.49. You don’t get bang for your buck with this ice cream. I can appreciate the concept of small ice cream sliders to cut back on calories, but can you please give me more than five miniature cookie sandwiches since they’re only two inches in diameter? They’re darn near kiwi-sized.
Combine the unsatisfying taste of “light” vanilla ice cream between two soft cookies infested with an overwhelming artificial flavor-fication, and you’ve got a taste that is
rude and almost inedible. I only took two bites before passing it off to one of the Greedy kids. Never mind that the Taste Test Crew raves about this ice cream. I officially exercise my authority to disqualify their opinions because Greedy kids would never tell you a vanilla cookie ice cream tastes bad.
I realize that these differences of Yum Yucky opinion may not help you decide whether or not to buy this Breyer’s product, but if you care to throw $5.49 to the wind for your own taste experiment, go for it.
- Price $5.49
- Calories 190
- Fat Calories 70
- Total Fat 8g
- Sodium 125mg
- Carbs 29g
- Fiber 0g
- Sugars 17g
- Protein 2g
Reactions from the Taste Test Crew
Health-hater Husband: How would I know what they taste like? The damn kids ate ’em all.
Greedy Kid #1 – Hey, these are too small! I like that the cookie is soft and the chocolate chips aren’t hard, but the cookie doesn’t taste like Mrs. Fields. It tastes like Tollhouse. Can you buy more?
Greedy Kid #2: They make it look bigger than it is, and it’s not like a real Mrs. Fields cookie. Do you have any more?
Greedy Kid #3: Can I have more?
Yum Up! to: Real Mrs. Fields cookies that I buy at the mall.
Yuck Down! to: Flushing $5.49 down the toilet.