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catosaurus

Frozen sweet stuff on sticks Thu, 06/5/03 7:12 PM (permalink)
There's a vendor in Newport Beach, CA (in the Fun Zone) that sells wedges of frozen cheesecake on a stick, which they dip into chocolate when you order it. Talk about yummy!

I've never seen that particular item anywhere else.

What other unusual frozen treats are out there awaiting discovery?
 
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    chicagostyledog

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    RE: Frozen sweet stuff on sticks Thu, 09/11/03 8:39 PM (permalink)
    The Vienna Beef Company from Chicago owns a company called "Wonderbar" which makes real frozen authentic cheesecake complete with a graham cracker crust on a stick. Each bar dipped in premium dark chocolate. The 4oz. bars come in 3 flavors: Original Plain, Chocolate Chip, and Cherry. Visit www.viennabeef.com for all the product information.
     
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      ocdreamr

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      RE: Frozen sweet stuff on sticks Thu, 09/11/03 11:20 PM (permalink)
      from my youth walking the boards at Ocean City,MD - frozen chocolate covered bananas - the same stand still sells them today! My mom loved frozen grapes & raisins. My grandma always served frozen cake when we visited, we learned to like it so much that we now freeze cupcakes & eat them.
       
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        chicagostyledog

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        RE: Frozen sweet stuff on sticks Fri, 09/12/03 2:09 PM (permalink)
        Check out the Mario's Gelati site at:
        www.mariosgelati.com/mario-pinfo.htm#calipops for frozen stuff on and off of sticks.
         
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          cindyloo

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          RE: Frozen sweet stuff on sticks Fri, 09/12/03 2:44 PM (permalink)
          Our local ice cream place makes something they call Monkey Tails, which is a banana on a stick, dipped in chocolate and rolled in nuts. I've never tried one, but they look yummy in the case next to the homemade drumsticks. Those are infinitely better than the ones sold by the box in the grocery freezer case. And while not served on a stick, their caramel praline ice cream makes me swoon!
           
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            ocdreamr

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            RE: Frozen sweet stuff on sticks Fri, 09/12/03 9:49 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by cindyloo

            Our local ice cream place makes something they call Monkey Tails, which is a banana on a stick, dipped in chocolate and rolled in nuts. I've never tried one, but they look yummy in the case next to the homemade drumsticks.


            Give one a try the next time, I bet you'll like 'em!
             
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