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      07.07.2012 23:47
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      rich flavor, high pirce

      Haagen dazs is not a desert brand that I buy at all mainly due to their strange flavors that I have seen they put me off a little bit, but it has been a long day at work today and I thought of having a Saturday night in so stopping off at the local cost cutter originally for some Ben and Jerry's ice cream, but ended up walking out with a tub of this some onion rings and some m&m's! This comes in two sizes, you can often find mini pots of this in supermarkets and cinema's or the most common which is found in most places that stock ice cream is 500ml and this can range anywhere between £4 - £6 depending where you buy it from. This has always been off putting to me because ice cream shouldn't have a price tag like that. Today a 500 ml tub was on offer for just £2.44 so who could resist that price! This comes in a cardboard carton and taking off the lid (which is always so stiff) this has a plastic lid covering the ice cream to keep it fresh. Taking the lid off the creamy ice cream it bulging over the top and looks extremely delicious. The ice cream is brown (chocolate flavored) and you can see darker brown flakes in the ice cream. YUM. The ice cream is really soft and easy to scoop, which is great because no-one likes a challenge when it comes to eating ice cream, we just wanna get it in our mouths. The ice cream is very smooth and creamy and has a slight mousse texture to it which feels amazing when eating. This just tastes like standard chocolate ice cream but then it starts to melt and you can taste all the flakes of chocolate, the texture is bumpy but delicious. Once you can taste the flakes it begins to taste very rich but in a good way. I have found this impossible to put down and have unfortunately eaten a full tub to myself straight away! despite feeling sick from all the chocolaty goodness but I just couldn't put this away. After a long loooong day at work and a pamper night in I decided not to feel bad about it because I deserve it. It makes no difference to me but it does to some. I've worked out that there is 1405 calories in a 500ml tub and I am perfectly happy knowing I have just eaten all that right now and I have no shame, but that's because I know I can work it off again but if you are conscious you may want to not eat it all like I just have.

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        24.07.2010 18:03
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        Expensive Yummy Ice-cream!

        While eating ...or should I say devouring..this dessert, I was trying to search for words to describe the Ice Cream, for the purpose of writing this review, but all I could think of was, 'I don't want it to finish!' and when I finished eating it, all I could think of was, 'I want some more!'. So in this tub of absolute...still searching for a word...um....Divine Deliciousness?..., is a rich chocolate ice-cream mixked with bits of belgian chocolate that just melt on your tongue. The chocolate bits are dark chocolate, which I don't usually like, but I can barely taste it as dark chocolate and it really makes a great combination with the milk chocolate ice-cream. The ice-cream part is rich, but not to the extent that it feels too much or too filling, it always leaves you wanting more. I know people who do not like eating rich foods, but even they enjoy eating this. This flavour comes in two different tub sizes in supermarkets, the small individual serving tubs, though if you're not too greedy it could feed two people. Or the Bigger 500ml tub, half a tub serves 4 people with 2 scoops each. The small tub costs under £2, the bigger tub costs between £3.97 and £3.99 depending on where you are shopping, so it is quite expensive but worth every penny...if you can afford it. Though they are currently on sale for £2 at ASDA...yipee...out with the frozen vegetables, my freezer is now filled with Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate! This is an ice-cream that is ideal for serving at posh parties, but equally good for casual get-togethers, and alone time. I usually eat it in a small bowl, slightly melted which is the way I like it best, but it tastes great even when it is completely frozen. I also like eating it in a cone, or with fruits, particularly oranges, or orange jelly which is very yummy. Only downside....addiction equals possible weight gain....blocked arteries...etc. I would definitely recommend this to all those out there, even those who tend to have a more savoury tooth than sweet tooth. Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate Ice-cream is addictive, but not to the extent where the addiction takes over the treat, it's like having a treat every day!

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          09.05.2010 10:04
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          a very good ice cream

          Even though I am a chocoholic and I love ice creams, I never got my head round to trying Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate ice cream. Then a friend of mine visited me yesterday with a tub of it and I immediately understood what I missed for all these years. This ice cream comes in 500 ml tub, half of it is red, the other half golden. It also has a little picture of chocolate. You will definitely recognise it in the fridge as Haagen Dazs tubs are quite characteristic. Before you get to the ice cream, you don't only need to open the lid but also remove a layer of foil - something like cling film, but thicker. This is definitely an avantage - I like to know that my ice cream is 'safe' in the store. The ice cream itself is simply brown and you can see it has a lot of chunks in it. You need to take it out the fridge and wait for a couple of minutes before you can put a spoon in it, but compared to Ben & Jerry's defreezing Haagen Dazs doesn't take that long. The ice cream itself is extremely rich and chocolatey but it isn't sickly sweet (it was a bit of surprise for me to be honest). It is creamy and smooth, and there are plenty of chocolate chunks (you will find quite a lot of them in each spoonful). They are very small, so there is no need to chew. One serving of 100g provides 286 calories and 18.6g of fat. It is also quite expensive - one tub of 500 ml costs around £4.00. I am sure that all chocoholics will enjoy this ice cream. I am definitely going to buy it again, but I will wait until it is on offer.

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            25.06.2009 00:25
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            Delicious for chocolate lovers and best served straight from the freezer.

            I used to hate ice-cream as a child, but am now a fan largely due to Haagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate ice-cream. My love of this ice-cream began when I bought a small tub as a treat at the cinema, I now can't resist the large 500ml tubs from the supermarket. These tubs are priced at approx £3.50 to £4.00 but are very offen on special offer for BOGOF or at £3.00 (sainsburys at the moment) This ice-cream is made for chocoholics and chocolate lovers. The ingredience include Fresh cream (29%), skimmed milk, sugar solution (sugar, water), dark Belgian Chocolate (13%) and others (check out the haagen-dazs website for the full list). There are 277 calories per 100ml serving and 18.4 grams of fat. The saturated fats are high at 11.1 grams per 100ml as is the sugar content at 19.6 grams. The salt content is very low at only 0.06 grams. The ice-cream is smooth and creamy but has delicious shavings of belgian chocolate throughout which sets it apart from any other chocolate ice-cream. It has a strong chocolatey flavour and so may become too sickly for some after a while, espescially if left to go soft. In my opinion it is unbeatable and uncomparable and although expensive makes a great treat every now and again.

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            22.04.2009 20:06
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            A really nice treat

            I don't often eat ice cream but when I saw that Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate was on offer for £3 for a 500ml tub, I thought I'd treat myself. It usually costs between £3.50 and £4.00. The packaging is a very nice part deep red and part gold carton with a plastic lid. The 500ml tub is a handy size for keeping in the freezer as it does not take up much room. A 500ml tub usually lasts me and my other half about two weeks. The ice cream itself has a lovely texture. It is very soft and creamy so you don't have to dig away at it for ages just to get some out of the tub! This kind of texture is fairly typical of Haagen Dazs ice cream which makes it a really good accompaniment for warm desserts as it melts into a lovely cream. This particular ice cream has shavings of dark chocolate which melt in your mouth as you eat it making it a bit more interesting than your average chocolate ice cream. Aside from the lovely texture, this ice cream tastes delicious. It is very creamy and chocolate-y and you can really taste that it is based on Belgian chocolate as it has that extra creaminess missing from other types of chocolate. The use of dark chocolate shavings rather than milk chocolate give it more of a cocoa flavour and the bitterness of this stops the ice cream from being sickly sweet. Although Haagen Dazs is a fairly expensive brand of ice cream, I think it is definitely worth the money as an occasional treat. As it is quite rich and creamy, you only need to eat a little at a time to enjoy it so it lasts quite a long time. The chocolate shavings give this ice cream an unusual texture and make it taste all the more luxurious!

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              30.03.2009 15:30
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              A delicious treat to be eaten straight from the pot!

              I purchased this 500ml tub of Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate for £4.25 from our local fish & chip shop recently when treating my fiance to a takeaway for tea after he had a hard day at work. The ice cream is provided in a cardboard round pot with a plastic lid and I believe the whole thing is recyclable (I throw it in the recycling bin anyway!). Once you open the lid you can smell the chocolate ice cream straight away and the smell is enough to make your mouth water before you've even got you spoon dug in! The ice cream is pretty hard if it's just come straight from the freezer so I would recommend leaving it out on the side for 10 minutes or leaving it in the fridge for half hour (we left it in the fridge whilst eating our delicious takeaway). Once softened get your spoon & dig in! We never eat Haagen Dazs from a bowl and simply prefer to eat it straight from the tub (less washing up that way!). The ice cream is lovely and creamy and has lots of chocolate shavings throughout the entire tub so each mouthful tastes pretty much the same. It's delicious tasting and mouth watering. This particular flavour can get a little sickly so between the two of us we finished the pot on the 2nd day of eating it. There are 286 calories & 18.6g of fat per 100g so this is definitely a treat that should be enjoyed in moderation as part of a healthy lifestyle. I would definitely recommend this flavour, behind the Baileys flavour it is the one I enjoy the most, it's very chocolately and creamy and half the pot is definitely more than enough for my apetite! The usual supermarket price is around £3.99 and sometimes Asda, Tesco & the like do offers of 2 500ml tubs for £5.00 so it is definitely worth keeping an eye out for these.

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                12.11.2008 10:58
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                Love it! Love it! Love it! Mmmmmmmmmm

                Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate Ice Cream has to be my absolute favourite ice cream by a long shot. For me, no other ice cream even comes close! I've been a lover of this ice cream for many years, so I was over the moon when I craved it throughout my pregnancy with my daughter. My partner will tell you that cravings are mind over matter, and that pregnant women only crave what they want to eat. Well, I certainly have no "want" to sit and eat chalk (or plasterboard might I add) and never have other than during my three pregnancies. So I can say that I know for a fact that cravings are real and that pregnant women do not have control over them. However, I have to admit (and please don't tell my partner) that the Haagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate Ice Cream was probably more of a want than a need. Haagen Dazs ice creams generally come in a 500ml cardboard tub with a plastic lid. You get smaller sizes at the cinema and the likes, but the 500ml tub is the one most commonly found in supermarkets. When you open the tub, you will find it filled to the brim with a chocolatey looking ice cream with speckles of rich belgian chocolate all the way through - not chunks - there is no biting or chewing required and you certainly don't need to worry about not getting many, these are all through the ice cream and are the perfect size. Personally, I don't like this ice cream straight out of the freezer. OK, that's a total lie! I don't NOT like it that way - I would eat this ice cream on a sandwich if it was the only way possible. I guess what I should've said there was, I PREFER not to eat this straight from the freezer. I would much rather leave it sitting out for 10 minutes (yeah right, like I can wait that long when I need a quick belgian chocolate fix), but I'm more commonly known to bung it in the microwave for 20 seconds - any longer and you may find you need a straw! It comes out perfect - still as cold as ice cream, but just soft enough to be able to sink your spoon right in. I don't like putting this into a bowl either, it has to be eaten straight from the tub. The ice cream melts as soon as it hits your tongue and the chocolate is just the right amount to melt at the same rate as the ice cream. It tastes very creamy and the after taste distinctly chocolate which you can tell is the very best quality. I always buy a tub of this with the weekly shop with really good intentions of making it last all week. However, although I can occassionally make it last for a second day it is a rare occurrance if I don't finish the whole tub in one sitting. Be warned it's too good to stop eating once you start, but the calorie count is huge! A tub of the 500ml will set you back around £3.99 from most supermarkets - a little expensive, but worth every single penny! I recommend keeping an eye on the price as they often have it on offer in various supermarkets on 2 for £5. If you're not watching your weight and you like chocolate, I strongly recommend you to try this, but remember, you have been warned, it'll suck you in and before you know it you'll be just as addicted to this ice cream as I am.

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                27.08.2008 17:06
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                A great tasting chocolate ice cream, if you like chocolate, you will love this !

                I love Haagen Dazs ice creams. They have many different flavours in the range but one of my favourites is Belgian Chocolate. Its delicious (especially on a warm day to coll you down, mmm) and has a lovely creamy texture to it as well as a unique taste. It defintley is the best brand when it comes to Ice Creams in my opinion. It is available in many different sized tubs at many different stores. Depending on where you go will depend on both the price you pay and the flavours they have available. It can be fairly expensive at certain places costing up to as much as £4.98. This is why i think it should only be bought every so often to make sure you are not spending away all your money when there is other brands (at a much cheaper price) available. It defintley is the best brand to buy if you can afford it reguarly. It truly is a delicious ice cream although pricey it is defintley worth it as the taste is so unique and delicious. 4/5

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                23.07.2008 16:26
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                It is almost too good!

                I love chocolate and to enjoy this ice cream you have to because unlike some so called chocolate ice creams, Haagen das Belgian chocolate ice cream is super chocolaty and super delicious. The ice cream itself whatever flavour is always perfect when it comes from Haagen das, it is smooth and very creamy and it never goes that frosted way no matter how long it is kept in the freezer (not long in my house). Belgian chocolate and the everyday chocolates you get do vary in taste with Belgian chocolate having a slightly more bitter taste but not as bitter as dark chocolate and the taste is emulated brilliantly in this ice cream. You get both the delicious strong chocolate taste when eating but it is also followed up by the lip licking delicious after taste that a good chocolate leaves in your mouth. Haagen das is available in a few tub sizes all of which are fairly expensive, I usually buy mine in 500ml tubs which cost me £3.09 from Tesco but watch out for offers from both Tesco and Asda that can see these reduced as low as £2.00 per tub. Whatever the price it is a fabulous ice cream that cant in my opinion be beaten and is worth every penny asked for it. Eating instructions. Right you are now thinking I have gone mad, trying to tell you how to eat ice cream but I have in fact found the perfect method for eating Haagen das. When taken from the freezer you will find that this ice cream is brick hard and I have bent many a spoon trying to get it out the tub in that form. It is best left for a few minutes (a few only mind) then it will have softened enough to be scooped out. I used to enjoy just eating this from the tub but found that after giving it a few minutes to soften then eating some from the tub that the bottom of the ice cream became runny, so the perfect method is to remove from freezer give approx three minutes to soften then scoop desired amount into a bowl and enjoy! The bad point with this ice cream and any other for that matter is that if you eat too much of it you will end up the size of a small country. I think this warning is especially important with Haagen das because it is very, very calorific at the same time as being very, very addictive. I am sure that wherever you shop you will find they sell some varieties of Haagen das of which there are many. I have a few favourites in the range some of which I might write about at a later date but for now I will leave you with the thought of this delicious chocolate offering! Thanks for reading! ©2008 lynseyb

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                  04.07.2008 21:02
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                  I only wish we'd bought more of this flavour!

                  The Mrs and I do get through more than our fair share of luxury ice cream it has to be said. There are few brands more luxurious than Haagen Dazs and at the moment, instead of paying the full price of £3.99 per tub you can get two tubs for £5 in Sainsburys. We've stocked up on a few tubs just in case of summer evening emergencies and the first one we've had our spoons in is the Belgian Chocolate flavour. The texture is really thick so it's best to leave this to stand on the side for about half an hour before you get stuck in. Otherwise you'll probably find your spoon gets stuck! Much better than those cheap aerated soft scoop ice creams where they make 500ml into 2lt by inflating it. When it's had chance to thaw slightly, you'll still find the texture of this really thick - it's just that you can then get your spoon into it. The smell of this is really deep and rich and you can tell they've used good quality ingredients to make this ice cream. The taste isn't quite so chocolaty as it is creamy though - it's a really nice blend between the two. This is a very sweet dessert so ideal for those who like sugar every bit as much as they like cocoa I think. The texture of the little Belgian chocolate flecks makes this all the more tasty too. There are literally hundreds of the chocolate flecks so there's no need to worry about someone getting a short serving like you do with some desserts. They heap plenty into every tub. This really is a lovely ice cream. The texture is thick but smooth and the taste is rich and creamy. This isn't as indulgent as some of the chocolate luxury ice creams on the market but it's certainly just as nice for when you want a creamy sweet taste over a sludgy gooey one. Normally this costs £3.99 for a 500ml tub and one tub serves two to four people.

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                    07.06.2008 18:37
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                    An indulgent belgian chocolate ice cream everyone should try.

                    Those of you who have read recent reviews of mine will know I'm partial to a scoop or 2 of good quality ice cream, Haagen Dazs is a particular favourite, especially Belgian Chocolate. When you open the plastic lid and remove the flimsy plastic film you are presented with a mid brown colour chocolate ice cream with many dark brown flecks throughout. You can faintly smell the chocolate scent, so you have to lift the pot closer to your nose to inhale the rich Belgian chocolate aroma. After waiting a short while for it to melt and then taking a few 'hard to scoop' scoops into your bowl, you can then taste the creaminess mixed with the rich chocolate and tiny lumps of something (not sure as what yet!) which melts delightfully in your mouth, you are left with a subtle chocolate taste, which is pleasurable, and not at all sickly. As this seems to happen so quickly you can't wait to take the next spoonful. When my bowl was empty I had the urge to go and eat more and more, I'm sure if the wife was out for the evening I would have eaten the whole tub. Determined to find out what the small flecks were, I went back to the freezer to read the packaging, and have a sneaky extra spoonful - for review purposes :> and found that they are in fact chocolate fudge pieces. During the tasting of this sneaky spoon, rather than allow the small fudge pieces to melt I chewed them, and found them soft, they weren't at all chewy, just fudge like and very scrummy. Would I recommend this ice cream? Well yes of course, you could combine it with a good quality vanilla or just indulge on its own, just be warned, if you are eating it on your own, you may find yourself eating the whole tub in one go. Saves on washing up though! This pot was dated until 03/09; I can assure you all it will be eaten long before that date! Contains: Milk, Egg, Soya ingredients. 100ml contains: 286kcal, 4g Protein, 25.5g Carbohydrates, 18.6g Fat. Our 500ml tub cost £ 2.49 in Tesco, along with other varieties, they are on offer, reduced from £3.99. I would happily pay full price for it; offers are a bonus and encourage me to buy more.

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                    12.07.2001 22:45
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                    I know several people who can willingly and eagerly eat a whole 500ml tub of Haagen Daaz Belgium Chocolate ice cream in one sitting. I'm one of them, I admit. So what's the secret? Well, I would first point out that this ice cream, like most, is best when it has been allowed to defrost a little before eating. Secondly, you're paying more for this product than maybe you feel is justifiable on ice cream which makes you appreciate it all the more, if you're at all like me! As you will have gathered from its name, this ice cream is all about chocolate. And the chocolate is good, strong, slightly bitter chocolate which you would happily eat without the ice cream element. Having said that, the ice cream itself is smooth and creamy, and the sort that just slips down your throat without any effort. It's the type of choclate ice cream that's perfect for curling up in front of a film with. However, I find that it does make you very thirsty very quickly, so have water at the ready! Personally, I wouldn't recommend mixing this with anything else, but just scooping it straight from the tub into your mouth. The flavour is too intense in my view to blend well with others. Overall, I would advise you to stock up on this if ever you see it on special offer, and don't bother to read the calorie content-it'll only make you unhappy!

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                      08.06.2001 05:12
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                      “The deepest, darkest, most delicious chocolate ice cream in its smoothest form, combined with real chocolate fudge which melts on your tongue...heaven” What’s this about fudge pieces? I don’t remember any of those! Well, I will confirm that shortly. As I sit here writing this, I have a tub of Häagen Dazs Belgian Chocolate ice cream sitting beside me. I’m waiting for it to soften enough for me to eat some without having to burst a blood vessel in the process of getting some out of the tub!! As most people know, the ice cream is hard to get out of the tub when it has come straight from the freezer, so a little warming should make the whole process easier, and gives me a chance to write a little background for you. According to information provided at Haagendazs.com, they have been making ice cream for over thirty five years, very interesting. More interesting is that they are actually a “mega brand” name that belongs to Pillsbury!! I never knew this, and thought it was worth mentioning. Another thing worth mentioning is the fact that they call the ice cream itself “super premium ice cream”, largely due to the quality of the products they claim to use in it I suspect, and also probably to justify the price you have to pay for it too. In my local Asda, a 500ml tub like the one I have sitting beside me costs £2.94. So what do they put in it? A full list of ingredients can be found below, along with nutritional values, but in essence they use the following; Fresh cream, fresh skimmed milk, fresh egg yolk (which acts as an emulsifying agent and has been double pasteurised making it safe for consumption), sugar, the best fruit, the finest Dutch cocoa, and “pure vanilla from the finest vanilla beans”. “All our ice cream products are suitable for lacto-ovo vegetarians” – in case TigerTiger and others were wondering {:0) “No artificial flavourings or colours are used - it is the Häagen-Dazs practice to find better natural alternatives”. So that’s good then! But what does it taste like?! Well, this ice cream is very chocolaty, but not as sweet as you would imagine. The dark chocolate flakes in it (are these the fudge pieces mentioned in the description above?) are slightly bitter, as dark chocolate tends to be, and balances out the flavours. They melt very easily too, so you aren’t left with a mouth full of melting dark chocolate and nothing else. I can’t really tell if it is creamy or not as the taste of chocolate is so strong, it is very smooth though. After having several scoops, I have found nothing else that looks even remotely like fudge, so I am guessing the little flecks that are present throughout the ice cream ARE the bits of fudge. So here are the ingredients of this product in full: Fresh cream, skimmed milk, dark Belgium chocolate (13%)(chocolate liquor, sugar, emulsifier: Soya lecithin, natural flavouring: vanilla), sugar, chocolate chunk with vegetable oil (10 %) (Chocolate ((sugar, chocolate, cocoa butter, emulsifier: Soya lecithin, natural flavouring: vanilla)), cottonseed oil, coconut oil), egg yolk, cocoa (processed with alkali), natural flavouring: vanilla And the nutritional information is as follows; Per 100ml Serving:- Energy KJ/Kcal 1191/286, Protein 4, Carbohydrate 25.5, Fat 18.6 Per 100g Serving:- Energy KJ/Kcal 1326/318, Protein 4.6, Carbohydrate 28.4, Fat 20.7 The Haagen Dazs website has recipes for you to follow, but none of them caught my attention, so I will share my own with you. If you have already read my opinion on Baileys, you will have already read about my potent concoction. For those of you who haven’t here is another rendition of it (not a copy and paste). Kathryn’s Concoction (or any other name you can think of) – serves 2 4 measures of Baileys (100ml) 2 or 3 measures of vodka (50/75ml) 4 scoops of Haagen Dazs – add more to taste. At this point blend the ingredients as much as possible, don’t worry if it isn’t smooth. Add two large sploshes of milk (or if you want to be more precise, do the blending in a measuring jug and top up to 600-660ml, but make sure you have big enough glasses to put it in, we used some that came free with Hoegaarden Beer) and blend again. Add double cream for the luxury version or top with whipped cream and crumbled flake otherwise, just drink the bog standard version, as it is which is simply divine. This wonderful alcoholic milkshake is chocolaty but not overpoweringly so. The bits of dark chocolate (fudge) sink as it settles so it needs a mix occasionally. If you don’t like bits in your drinks, try using a different ice cream, or don’t mix it up. If you do use another brand please let me know what the results were like! It’s very Moorish, and has lead to me having cravings for the stuff… not good! So from now on this drink will carry a health warning. WARNING: THIS DRINK WILL SERIOUSLY TANTILISE YOUR TASTEBUDS! Thanks for your time.. happy eating and drinking! Kathryn ~ Epiphany

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                      A mixture of fresh cream, skimmed milk, dark Belgian chocolate, sugar, chocolate chunk with vegetable oil, egg yolk, cocoa (processed with alkali), natural flavouring: vanilla.