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Old 02-12-2007, 07:50 PM   #1  
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Hi! I just tried Edy's light ice cream American Idol. The flavor is "Take The Cake", its the yellow cake mix with frosting and sprinkles. It is soooo good! My kids loved it too! Its 3 points for 1/2 cup, so worth it! You have to vote to get this flavor to stay! Yikes, we need votes! Try it and then go to www.slowchurned.com to vote! Thanks! You will love it!
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Old 02-13-2007, 12:53 AM   #2  
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I love this stuff! It tasted great and I had no urge to eat more than the serving size. Thanks for posting.

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Old 02-13-2007, 02:04 PM   #3  
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Pixiefalls! I looked at your progress photos! You look great! Keep up your great job!
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I can't buy ice cream and keep it at home. I have never ever eaten a 1/2 cup of ice cream when I bought a gallon of it. I always think 1/2 cup looks like a pretty pathetic serving and I need at least a cup
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I can't buy ice cream and keep it at home. I have never ever eaten a 1/2 cup of ice cream when I bought a gallon of it. I always think 1/2 cup looks like a pretty pathetic serving and I need at least a cup
Ditto, ditto, ditto, with one exception - I need more then a cup. I need at least a pint. Very scary for me ice cream. I haven't had in over 5 months, don't know when or if I'll EVER have it again. And Edy's is one of my favorites. But I'm not too picky, just about any ice cream is one of my favorites.
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Ditto, ditto, ditto, with one exception - I need more then a cup. I need at least a pint. Very scary for me ice cream. I haven't had in over 5 months, don't know when or if I'll EVER have it again. And Edy's is one of my favorites. But I'm not too picky, just about any ice cream is one of my favorites.
Actually robin, I am there with you but I'm talking about the "health concious" me needs at least a cup! When I used to really eat ice cream, there was a 2-3 cup minimum and usually I could take an entire gallon of ice cream out within a few days.
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At this point Nelie, there is NO healthy portion for me. It's just one of those things that I may have to avoid for my whole life. Certainly for the time being. PErhaps one day, far in the future I will be able to go to an ice cream store and order a scoop. I really don't see me ever, ever having it in my house again, even the low fat, low sugar, frozen yogurt, low anything kind. *sigh* It's okay, I've eaten enough already in my 43 years on this earth to last for a lifetime. Many lifetimes in fact.
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At this point Nelie, there is NO healthy portion for me. It's just one of those things that I may have to avoid for my whole life. Certainly for the time being. PErhaps one day, far in the future I will be able to go to an ice cream store and order a scoop. I really don't see me ever, ever having it in my house again, even the low fat, low sugar, frozen yogurt, low anything kind. *sigh* It's okay, I've eaten enough already in my 43 years on this earth to last for a lifetime. Many lifetimes in fact.
Oh I agree, I can't have it in the house. My current solution is Mickey D's ice cream. I buy one without the cone, eat half, throw the rest away.
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I am laughing reading these posts. I'm not alone!!!!! I can't keep ice cream in the house. I'd have a 1/2 cup every 1/2 hour, LOL!!!!! I am a total ice cream-aholic, even when it's freezing cold outside, I can eat ice cream.
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Oh same here! I'm all for single size servings. If I want ice cream then I'll go somewhere and get just a cone or little cup.

Buy a tub, eat a tub!
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:30 PM   #11  
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Dreyer's Slow Churned Peanut Butter Cup Ice cream. Me. A spoon. A weekend. POOF gone. EGADS!!
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Old 02-13-2007, 05:55 PM   #12  
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A few years back I considered suing BEN AND JERRY'S ~ I put on 10 pounds eating their CHERRY GARCIA Then I figured it was probably the pint I was eating each day!
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Pixiefalls! I looked at your progress photos! You look great! Keep up your great job!
Thank you soo much!


You guys have me rolling.. lol. Ice cream isn't my weakness like peanut butter. I have packed away the Ultimates Peanut Butter Lovers cookies.. one pack a day. They are SO good but 170 calories per cookie! I have to stay away...
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Gary, both Mr Ben and Mr Jerry died of ice-cream related heart disease
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Actually I just wiki'd that, and it doesn't seem to be true. I'm sure I heard it on Supersize me... Anyway, they probably will
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