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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.


New Klondike Donuts Bring The Comforts Of Morning Coffee Into A Single Bite

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Sometimes, you wake up and just crave a thick Klondike Bar. Sure, you may have been saving for after dinner but decided to just live in the moment, sometimes it can’t be helped.

Turns out now you don’t have to choose between a traditional breakfast and satiating your Klondike cravings.

Klondike has released a decadent new frozen treat that you can enjoy in the mornings to tide you until you can sink your teeth into a rich ice cream sandwich later in the day.

Called Klondike Wake Me Up Coffee Donut, the cake features a dark chocolate hard shell topped with a white confectionary drizzle. It boasts a robust frozen coffee flavor made from 100% Arabica Colombian Coffee.

You can find them in the frozen food section of major retailers nationwide starting this month.

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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

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S’mores Klondike Bars Are Coming And Our Bodies Are Ready


Klondike has announced a sweet new flavor for its 2016 line of additions. The new flavor coming soon will be S’mores, based on the popular campfire snack of graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate.

The staple Klondike bar is typically a square of vanilla ice cream that’s covered in a layer of milk chocolate. Klondike S’mores, however, will have a creamy marshmallow ice cream laden with graham cracker swirls. It’s then covered in a milk chocolate shell.

Look for the new frozen dessert in your local grocery shelves soon.

Maybe keep this one away from campfires.


The 23 Most Ridiculous Food Lyrics from Kanye West


Kanye West has been called a genius numerous times. Granted, it’s usually just him saying it, but it does takes a special kind of artist to put together so many food references in his lyrics throughout the years. He’s at a point in his career where anything he says can be turned into an inspirational quote worthy of Pinterest/Tumblr/Instagram. That’s how genius works, right? From his affinity for Klondike bars to the nostalgic description of his mother’s chicken soup, Kanye finds masterful ways to incorporate food into his beautiful music.

Maybe he writes some of his best stuff in his kitchen, or at a restaurant, regardless, here’s 23 of Kanye West’s tastiest food references.



In 2008 Kanye teamed up With Lil Wayne for the Lollipop remix and graced us with this double entendre that almost solidified his genius with one verse alone. Nacho cheese has never felt so complex.



Kanye didn’t stop there. The very next line in the Lollipop remix gave us another chip classic, this time using Fritos.



Kanye showed his versatility in this one as he dropped some French on us. Not only did he tap into our food fantasies, but dropped a literature reference. Some said it couldn’t be done, but Kanye can do anything.



Keeping with the French theme, Kanye jumped on the Alors on Danse remix and talked about filet mignon. Unnecessary? Maybe. Awesome? Always.


Kanye is known to ask the hard-hitting life questions. He’s somewhat of a philosopher in his own right, kind of. In this verse, he put a spin on the age-old Klondike question.



In this verse, Kanye kind of answered his own question from the last quote. He’d do anything.



In this one, Yeezy showed one of his innovative uses for Cool Whip.



In one of his more serious songs, this one really showed a nostalgic West as he honored his mom’s home cooking.



Yeezus showed some pretty classic foodie alternatives to jewelry in this one.



This one was in retaliation to a classic South Park episode where Yeezy was compared to a “gay fish.”



Yeezus has hundreds of libation references in his music, as most rap artists do, but here he displayed a special ability to rhyme, “vodka” with “blocka, blocka, blocka, blocka.”


This one is a bit painful if you’re a fan of cake. Having to leave a party early before the cake is cut is brutal, twice as brutal if there’s Rocky Road ice cream served with it.



Yeezus showed his God-like rhyming as he let out his wrath on a lowly French server in this one.



A tribute to one of the most dominant duos in basketball history. Unfortunately, he brought up the break up portion of the duo’s relationship.



This verse is probably close to Kanye’s heart, as he talked about it being one of the lines that got him noticed as a rapper and not just a producer. The power of food.



‘Ye took Lawry’s to the mainstream with this one and started a rap style that took off with rappers like Drake and Lil Wayne.



This is one of the simpler workout tips Kanye gives in this song.



Kanye teamed up with Jay-Z in this song and asked him these rhetorical questions that he clearly knew the answers to.



It takes true genius to to care about lowering your cholesterol.


Yeezy sure does know what to do with those extra sweet and sour packets that McDonald’s… oh wait, they never give anyone enough sweet and sour sauce.



We get three food references in this one as Kanye sadly describes the time in his life he broke his jaw in an accident and couldn’t enjoy food. If you’ve had braces, you can feel his pain. Sort of.



Wait, KFC has a buffet?



Yeah. This is Kanye’s music in a nutshell.


So there you have it. If you don’t feel inspired to eat something delicious after this, there’s something wrong with you. Go bake yourself a cake and call it genius.

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Klondike Sandwiches Launches a “What the Fudge? Brownie”

Klondike Sandwiches has taken to store shelves with a new flavor this season — What the Fudge? Brownie. The fun play-on-words title is descriptive of a chocolate brownie sandwiching light ice cream with an integral fudge core. The nutrition facts on this “light ice cream” aren’t too shabby for those watching the waistline. Each bar will run you 230 calories, set you back 8 grams of fat, 23 grams of sugar and 4 grams of protein.


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Deep Fried Klondike Bar

Like we mentioned earlier, this is the time of the year where all the delicious state and county fair pictures of crazy food start rolling in. Here we have a picture of a deep fried Klondike bar, with some apparent drizzle of more chocolate on top, with some powdered sugar. Game over? Just might be! (PicThx TIWYH)