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New Klondike Milkshakes Can Be Drunk Straight From The Freezer

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Klondike is known for their chocolate covered ice cream bars, but they may have just changed the frozen foods game with some brand new, on-the-go milkshake pouches.

These Klondike Shakes work similar to the squeezable fruit purees, applesauces, or smoothies you might have seen pop up in the refrigerated section of a grocery store. These pouches have a twistable cap that you crack off and then squeeze to drink.

The key difference here is that Klondike’s is ready to slurp on straight from the freezer, meaning that you don’t have to grab ice cream or blend anything together if you’re craving a milkshake. Sure, you could just freeze the smoothie pouches in the refrigerated section, but they would turn to essentially ice and not have that smooth consistency.

Klondike’s squeezable milkshakes will be hitting stores nationwide in February 2021. You can get them in chocolate or vanilla flavors, and a pack of six will go for about $5.99.

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3 Ways To Make Klondike Lasagna

The best things in life always come around once a year. Just think about it – there’s summer, Thanksgiving, and… National Lasagna Day on July 29. Because it’s too hot to turn on the oven, we thought we’d initiate the chill factor with some lasagna made from ice cream.

Thanks to the popularity of FOODBEAST’s 7-Layer Klondike Lasagna recipe that debuted last year for the holiday, it was only obvious we bring it back, but better than ever. This time we have three new takes on the original to share – there’s such a wide variety of bars, we had to include them all! These are set to please any type of Klondike fan, no matter which of the 14 flavors is your favorite.

From sweet and savory to creamy and fruity, these new recipes for Klondike Lasagna are sure to hit the spot no matter your mood.

1. PB Bacon Banana Klondike Lasagna

First up we have the Peanut Butter Banana Bacon Klondike Lasagna straight from the culinary genius Oh Bite It, featuring Original & Reese’s Klondike Bars.

Inspired by “The King” and his love for banana pudding, this recipe calls for freshly sliced bananas, bacon, peanut butter and banana pudding topped with a sensual peanut butter drizzle and potato chips.

2. Brownie Sundae Klondike Lasagna

Next, we have a creation from our very own FOODBEAST Kitchen, the Brownie Sundae Lasagna. You’ll need 36 Klondike Bars in total to make this monstrosity — 12 Brownie Fudge Swirl, 12 Caramel Pretzel and 12 Neapolitan.  

To get started, first add a layer of brownie bites to the pan. These are then topped with vanilla buttercream and a layer of Brownie Fudge Swirl Klondike Bars. Add another layer of buttercream, and top with freshly sliced strawberries and vanilla wafer cookies. Next up are your Neapolitan Klondike Bars and more buttercream drizzled with caramel.

The final layer consists of Caramel Pretzel Klondike Bars, a last layer of vanilla buttercream, and chocolate covered pretzels to garnish. Get ready for a trip to seven-layer brownie sundae heaven.

3. Caramel Pretzel Crunch Klondike Lasagna

Last but not least, we have the Caramel Pretzel Crunch Klondike Lasagna recipe by Pink Cake Plate for all the salty and sweet lovers out there. For this take, the Caramel Pretzel Klondike Bar and Brownie Fudge Swirl Klondike Bar flavors work best.

With multiple layers of delicious ice cream, peanuts, pretzels and brownies, salted caramel sauce, whipped cream and sprinkles, you might have a hard time trying to keep this recipe to yourself after your friends try it.

Created in partnership with Klondike


Photorealist Artist Creates Incredibly Realistic Paintings of Snacks and Comics


I have a tremendous respect for photorealist painters. To capture on a canvas what many people fail to capture through a photo takes incredible talent. When I discovered Doug Bloodworth created a series of paintings combining two of my favorite loves, he immediately jump shot to the top of my list of artists.

Through oil-based paintings, Bloodworth formed a theme of vintage snacks paired with old-school comics and funny books. The Florida painter definitely knows how to hit the nostalgia bone.

Using grids and a blank canvas, each piece can take Bloodworth more than two months to complete. The end product, however, is absolutely worth the time spent. Check out some of his paintings below.

Comics-Snacks-Quik-PeteComics-Snacks-Angel-PeteComics-Snacks-Pie-PeteComics-Snacks-Hulk Comics-Snacks-WonderWoman-Pete Comics-Snacks-Superman-Pete

Picthx Doug Bloodworth


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