I’m going to tell you a story. The other day I was driving home from my lake house and decided to stop on the side of the road to take a picture of cows. Yes cows. I’m in Wisconsin and take pictures of cows, don’t judge. Who knows why I just felt like it. But anyways I took pictures of cows for a good 20 minutes and it was actually really cool because all of the cows actually came toward me. Pretty soon I had 50 cows at the gate 5 feet away from me. Apparently cows like cameras. Or they saw the Culver’s cheeseburger I had in my car and were mad at me. I’m not sure. From all the cow craziness I forgot to turn off my camera and it died. Normally this wouldn’t be a problem but I left my charger in Illinois. So I sit here, cameraless, with nothing to share, since all of my pictures are still on my camera. But that doesn’t mean I haven’t been making tasty treats. And am I not supposed to share just because I don’t have a good camera? Nooo! So I have been taking pictures of food with my camera phone.
This ice cream was just too good not to share. There are chunks of peanut butter in there. It’s awesome. I may or may not have eaten this for breakfast yesterday. I couldn’t help it. Ice cream tastes better in the morning, I swear. I will note, however, that in the original recipe Michelle did a fudge ripple in the middle of the ice cream. I’m sure this would just make this ice cream that much more amazing. But, I didn’t have corn syrup on hand so I didn’t include it. Check out her recipe which I have linked to below for how to make the fudge ripple if you wish to include it.