Tested: Ben & Jerry’s Brownie batter core

I’m rapidly approaching the end of my project to try all the flavors that I don’t have at home. Now, it’s only two or three left on the list! The most recent flavor I got my hands on was Brownie Batter Core. Did it deliver? Read on to find out.


Sweetness balance: 7/10
Quite good, nothing to complain about really, other than my usual opinion that B&J’s chocolate ice cream is too bitter.

Texture: 8/10
Nice! Reminds very much of the other core textures. Smooth, with some contrasting elements.

Lives up to description: 6/10
Hmm, not sure about this one. The brownie batter tastes almost exactly like regular chocolate sauce. I’d be very surprised if it actually turns into a brownie if oven baked. Might have to try and see 🙂 Tastes good though, but I’m hesitant about the accuracy of description. Is it really brownie batter..?

Other considerations (creative flavor pairing, innovative, boldness, etc): 7/10
I’m not disappointed. I usually like all B&J’s core flavors. A little conservative perhaps, but it works.

Overall summary: 28/40 points, which equals a 70% rating. Recommended.

Author: Danny

Life is an adventure! I believe in participating in life - not standing on the side and watching it. Here I will write about all my passions, big and small. Follow my exciting trips around the world as well as my almost normal days at home, wherever it may be at the moment.. If you like inspiration, travel, challenges, training, fashion, self improvement, culture, food and gear - look no further! So to all my stalkers, congratulations! Now you can enjoy watching my life closely at home with your computer, those cold nights with binoculars aimed at my window are finally over. I'll finish my first post by quoting Bilbo (a character in J.R.R Tolkien's The lord of the rings) with a line that ever since I heard it as a child (about 2 years ago) has left a trace in my memory: " It's a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no knowing where you might be swept off to"

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