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Hullable discovery

One of the best things about having a three-year-old is hearing how she utilizes her rapidly expanding vocabulary. It seems every day, Addie remembers a new word and tries to use it in conversation. I've been hearing a lot of awesome, actually and my absolute favorite--horrible, or as she says it, "hullable".

The thing that cracks me up about how she says it, is that she uses it when she thinks something is good. She'll say, "Have you seen Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs? That movie is my favorite. It's SO hullable." Or the other day when she said, "Mommy, that shirt is hullable." I replied with a pout, "Oh, you don't like it?" to which she said quite matter-of-factly, "No, I like it." As though I was crazy for thinking that hullable meant anything but super fantastic.

This brings me to the most hullable discovery I have made in recent years. And yes, that is a double meaning. Recently while visiting my parents, my dad brought this home from their local Kroger:


Now I like ice cream just as much as the next girl, but I've never particularly found a store bought brand or flavor that left me in such a state of shock, bliss or borderline obsession as this. Caramel... sea salt... truffle... Oh yeah, baby.

I mean, it's gotten to the point where if I had two things to take to a desert island: one being my family and the other being a Kindle, iPod, sun screen or this ice cream, I would choose the ice cream.


Those little bits of chocolate in there aren't just chocolate, you see. They are tiny blocks of sea salted caramel wrapped in chocolate. And the ice cream itself is so smooth... It's heaven. Even my husband, who is not much of a sweet eater or ice cream lover, will find me huddled up eating a **large** bowl of this stuff and RUN over to me saying, "Hey! What do you have there? I want some!"

Seriously--find a Kroger near you and walk your booty (must walk to burn the endless calories of eating an entire carton) over there to get some. It is likely the most hullable thing you will ever put in your mouth.

8 comments:

Holly said...

I've never heard of this flavor of ice cream before but I'll certainly be trying it very soon. The Kroger Private Selection Dark Chocolate Gelato is hullable too!

Dennis Ouellette said...

Mom went to Kroger the night before last and bought some more...I think 2 containers worth. Don't you just love it when Dad brings something new home?!?!?

Carmen said...

Sounds amazing! Know what else is super? Breyers oreo ice cream...if you let it melt a little its like a blizzard.

Laura said...

Going to leave work early tomorrow and stop on my way home! Can't wait. It sounds amazing.

Us said...

Now that's just mean. No Kroger here and it sounds amazing...not fair.

sara said...

Carmen, I knew you would retort with another suggestion--love you!!!

Jenn, I am truly so sorry. Next time you're here, we'll have this for lunch.

Laura, so what did you think?!?!

Holly, that is now on my next grocery list. I have been wanting to try their gelato but needed someone to push me over the edge!

Dad, of course it's always great when you introduce us to new stuff--especially food! Love and hugs to you, Papa.

Elle The Heiress said...

This is my favorite ice cream! Have you had the Private Selection Mocha Cheesecake? It's pretty amazing, too. I think my husband is having an affair with it.

Anonymous said...

OMG. Found your recommendation. Bought it. Am in LOVE with this ice cream!!! I've never had anything like this. I'm not even a huge ice cream fan. I had two bowls the first night I bought it. Is that bad? :)