Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Cookies 'N' Cream Milk

My wonderful friend at work tried to do something nice for our boss today by purchasing him a BYU (Brigham Young University) chocolate milk.  BYU Chocolate milk is like his version of coffee - sometimes he's just not his jolly self until he's had one.  The BYU creamery has some of the best chocolate milk out there.  I think the only place I've been that has been better was a creamery in Tennessee that kept all of their milk in yellow opaque containers.  It was thick and creamy deliciousness.  Literally like what I imagine eating melted Ben & Jerry's Flourless Chocolate Cake Ice Cream would taste like (minus the cake chunks.) 

Anyways, she accidentally purchased Cookies 'N' Cream Milk instead of the Chocolate she had intended to buy and as a result I was the benefactor of an "oops."  I cracked open the plastic seal and took a big chug, anticipating the frothy chocolatey milky lusciousness.  My first time having it - and it's quite good.  Tastes like a melted chocolate milkshake.  More vanillaey (I can make up words - I'll put it in Wikipedia and you'll never know it was made up) than regular chocolate milk.  A bit like a Blended Cream from Starbuck's.  But overall tasty - that is, until I turned it around. 

500 CALORIES?  Now, don't think I'm some "lettuce and carrots only" type of girl.  I'm most definitely not.  But I could've eaten this. 

Shake Shack Burger of Goodness
Oh well.  C'est la vie.  In the meantime, I'm going to go get me a burger.


  1. I agree, I would much rather have the burger! Now I want a burger. Mmmm.

  2. Ya gotta try it just once. And yes, Mayfield (in TN) does have excellent chocolate milk (and regular milk, and ice cream, and. . . you get the picture).

  3. Cookies 'N' Cream Milk is the best chocolate milk in the world. It has the highest calorie/dollar ratio of anything I have ever found, with a high amount of protein and carbohydrates. If you just drank 4 of these a day then you would have everything you needed with just $4.

  4. Haha I liked how you turned your post around like that. One of the more entertaining food blogs. :)