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Malted Milk Ice Cream

Malted Milk Ice Cream
Malted Milk Ice Cream

"The other day, I bought a bag of mixed candy bars, and it included Whoppers. The Whoppers got picked over and picked over until they were the only ones left. I broke down and decided to try Whoppers. And I kinda liked ’em! Further proof that I’m getting old as Whoppers used to be reserved for my Dad. I’ve been wanting to make homemade ice cream lately, so I decided to make some Malted Milk Ice Cream. And I stirred in a bunch of chopped Whoppers. And this Malted Milk Ice Cream was delicious! In order to make Malted Milk Ice Cream, you need to fully embrace your age when you go to the store. Why is that? Because you need to buy Ovaltine. Yes, that powdered stuff that Grandma used to drink. I actually didn’t buy Ovaltine for this Malted Milk Ice Cream because my grocery store sold a different brand. But it’s the same thing. Malted milk powder. It gives the ice cream an undertone of malt, and it’s actually quite delicious. Heck, maybe I’ll use the leftover powder to start drinking a glass of Ovaltine each morning. And with that, my status as an old man has been solidified. But at least I’m an old man happily eating my Malted Milk Ice Cream and Whoppers. Enjoy, my friends!"

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