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Moose Tracks Ice Cream

Updated on December 4, 2019

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My Favorite Ice Cream

Years ago, in Tennessee on vacation, I was served a new flavor of ice cream. It quickly became my new favorite. Returning to Texas, none could be found. Several years later, I discovered my most favorite flavor of ice cream, Moose Tracks, at Walgreens Drugstore, of all places. This is not your typical Blue Bunny ice cream, but an ice cream that stands alone.

Walgreens sells this ice cream in the pint size and the half gallon size. Folks, this is great stuff. It is made with vanilla ice cream with peanut butter cups and the famous Moose Track Fudge. What makes it slightly different is the rippled Moose Track Fudge throughout mixed with the small chunks of peanut butter cups. The chocolate is dark chocolate which will satisfy your worst chocolate cravings. I hear that some companies carry a chocolate ice cream as the base and add the peanut butter and Moose Track Fudge. That sounds rich to me. Turkeyhill produces a low fat Moose Track Ice Cream. You can find out more information in the link below. This tasty treat from Walgreens sports 170 calories per half cup!

I am not the only one who likes this flavor of ice cream. If you search the web, there are recipes to make your own version of this treat. There are other mouth watering recipes for cakes and ice cream sandwiches. Let your imagination go wild. Have fun!

My husband surprised me with two pints of my favorite ice cream yesterday. This could be a new love language in our home! Don't wait, go get some of this delicious ice cream. There is a Walgreens on every corner. Check the refrigerated section to see if they carry the Moose Track? After all, it is summer and ice cream is perfect in the hot weather. Leave me a pint, would you?

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Mint Moose Track Ice Cream

I had a bowl of the Mint Moose Tract Ice Cream today. I loooooovvvvveeee mint flavored ice creams with chocolate. It can be so refreshing. I did not like the mint flavored ice cream with the Moose Tracks chocolate. It overpowered that great chocolate and peanut butter flavor you get with the vanilla ice cream. I would never turn down a bowl of the mint flavored Moose Track, but I definitely prefer the original version of this ice cream to the mint version. If you see both on your grocery shelf, choose the vanilla version for your first taste? Happy eating!


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