Oreos, to be certain, although with the advent of Cold Stone and Marble Slab Creamery (the latter of which might be a Phoenix-only thing, I've never checked it out), they get the nod ahead of the Blizzards these days.
But when the Blizzards first came out, it was like an ice cream revolution! My most memorable Blizzard experience was a Blizzard (flavor unknown, but it was something inherently sweet as well) with the Nerds candies blended in as a 16-year-old (like 15 years ago, sadly). I swear if I ever get diabetes, I point that occasion out as the catalyst.
You wanted the best, you got... Out of Context Quote of the Week.
"Because personally if I was being choked by Ric Flair, my personal reaction would be well, "Glrrrrkkk, can't breathe" but after that... "Man, I'm being choked out by Ric Flair, this is so cool." and then some more "Gllllrrrrk, can't breathe."" (Llakor)
Coldstone might singlehandedly bomb any effort I might make to lose weight. If it wasn't so expensive, that is. They're too rich for my most-likely cholesterol-addled blood.
That said, it's all about the Banana Split Blizzard.
I love the Heath bar. But I had a friend that worked at the DQ when I worked at the same mall. I came up with a Chocolate Hawaiian.
Pineapple, Coconut, Chocolate syrup
Big Show: Why is he getting the Intercontinental Title shot and not me? RVD: Ahhh...maybe 'cause you're a tool. Big Show: Look. I am 7'2". I am 500 pounds. I'm a giant. RVD: Oh ok. You're a giant tool.
Eh. It's easy enough to plop it on the stove for a quick heat-up. It's just that they are about the perfect size for the stomach. Can't have a lot of bread (it's like swallowing styrofoam), and staying away from sugars. Some food just doesn't work.