This is What Microwaveable Milkshakes Look Like
If we’re not mistaken, a basic milkshake typically consists of ice cream and milk… both of which happen to be cold. So how does a “microwaveable” milkshake get by?
Just fine, according to foodie adventurer Jeremy Selwyn — who discovered the microwaveable Cold Cow Ice Cream Milk Shakes at a convenience store. The milkshakes aren’t prepared at a regular ice cream counter, but instead are stored in a special display case which includes a freezer for a variety of flavors AND a custom microwave, which basically nukes the frozen ice cream into creamy milkshake perfection.
Want your milkshake thick? No problem. Just hit the “thick” cooking cycle — and with a 30-second countdown and a few stirs, you have a nice, rich creamy cup of ice cream. Same goes with the “thin” cooking cycle, which is just 10 more seconds in the microwave. And you can choose from three flavors: Moo & Cookies (cookies and creme), Berry Berry Bovine (strawberry) and How Now Brown Cow (chocolate).
Milkshake perfection at your fingertips (and on the go) without a blender? Pretty sweet, we think. And for $2.99 a slurp, that’s not that bad either.
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