Blonde and very confused.
Oh, how I loved stirred up ice cream when I was a little girl! It was soft and creamy and oh so good. James has never let our kids stir their ice cream (bad manners, ya know) so I have not had that wonderful stirred up ice cream in years.
I guess I never thought of stirring ice cream as bad manners. As an adult, I would much rather just eat it slightly soft, then stirred into a milkshake consistency, but if they want to stir it, it doesn't bother me.
Daddy never left us stir ours. (frown)
my son stirs, and my daughter does not. my husband leaves it on the counter so the whole carton becomes soft, grrrrrrrrr! I love it very hard, no stiring, but if my kids do fine.
my kids tir too! It's aa right of passge! doesn't james know that?
It's not a rite of passage here. Stirring is not allowed. Maybe Adam lets Bethany stir her ice cream.
Is a half cup of pudding enough to make a serving?
Martha- I say no, that's not enough.
I have never stirred my ice cream and I don't understand the desire to do so... But as far as the ice cream vs. chocolate milk question goes, I'm sure the stirred up ice cream is much richer and creamier than chocolate milk would ever dream of being.
Sorry about all the errors on my comment. I was using Jamie's laptop and the keyboard is quirky!
My kids stir, especially Jessi (or she just makes herself a milkshake!), but I like HARD icecream!! I prefer to EAT my icecream rather than drink it. :) But I think I sometimes stirred as a kid.... playing with my food I guess.
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