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    Real space food for the earthbound.

    Mountain House's Ice Cream Sandwich is a crunchy, ready-to-eat dessert. It's a freeze-dried ice cream bar made to take on the trail. It doesn't require any preparation and will satisfy your ice cream cravings when you're days from anywhere.
    • Item #MHS0019

    Tech Specs

    Servings
    1
    Pouch Cook
    no
    Burnable Package
    yes
    Vegetarian
    yes
    Vegan
    no
    Calories
    150
    Total Carbohydrates
    22 g
    Total Fat
    6 g
    Saturated Fat
    2.5 g
    Protein
    3 g
    Cholesterol
    15 mg
    Sodium
    150 mg
    Dietary Fiber
    1 g
    Sugars
    9 g
    Ingredients
    ice cream: ICE CREAM: Milkfat, Sugar, Nonfat Milk, Corn Syrup, Whey, Mono and Diglycerides, Guar Gum, Cellulose Gum, Carrageenan, Artificial Flavor, and Annatto Color. CHOCOLATE WAFERS: Bleached Wheat Flour, Sugar, Carmel Color, Dextrose, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Corn Flour, and Contains 2% or Less of Cocoa, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Corn Syrup, Modified Corn Starch, Baking Soda, Salt, Mono and Diglycerides, Soy Lecithin. Contains: Milk, Wheat, Soy
    Claimed Weight
    1.1 oz

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    a trail staple

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This never fails to be a treat at the end of the trail on a hot day. It's a sweet simple snack. I never cease being impressed by Mountain House's offerings, variety is the spice of life. (Also keeps the wife happy after 5 days of backpacking)

    You want it

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    Carry extras to surprise your group at the end of the day and they'll love you long time.



    Great treat at the end of a tough day. Although keep in mind it's a sponge. The other week I was in a low water environment, really had to cut back on our water intake for some time. Eating this was probably a mistake. You can't exactly eat it in the typical sense, you basically just bite a piece off, an let your saliva work its magic without chewing. Of course, if you're parched, this won't work out too well.



    Otherwise, it really is amazing, the taste is on point with the real thing, only the texture is different (as typical with freeze dried food).

    Ice Cream Goodness....

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    The whole concept of this is baffling. But so good. I truthfully wouldn't recommend packing this way 'out there' because by the time you are ready to eat it at camp it will be broken into a powder & small pieces. But whatever... it is still good.



    Definitely worth trying once.



    I personally buy these every time in need a couple extra dollars to push me over that $50 free shipping limit.

    Well, holy crap...

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    It is, indeed, a freeze dried ice cream sandwich. I don't say this to state the obvious. I say this because it is a thing of beauty. It is a school lunch, memories of childhood, dried out ice cream sandwich.



    I don't really take them in my bear can and into the backcountry. They are as brittle as a brick of climbing chalk, and about as dry. It will shatter into tiny fragments that you will spend an hour Hoovering off your shirt with your mouth. You will have sticky bits of it in your beard (if you have a beard). If you don't... I pity you, because those latent beard bits of dried ice cream sandwich are also a thing of beauty.



    Buy one. Amaze your friends and peers. Impress your boss. The pieces you find in your sofa or bellybutton a week or so later will only pay testament to your good taste and refinement.

    My backcountry menu:

      Rather than write a small review for each individual item I recently purchased I thought I would share it all in one concise review. (Note with most Mountain House I add 2-3 oz less than it recommends)

      Recommend:

      Breakfast:
      Backpacker's Pantry Granola with Blueberries and Milk – Favorite :) (serve warm)
      AlpineAire Strawberry Honey Granola With Milk – healthy and good! (serve warm)
      Backpacker's Pantry Denver Omelet (needs pan) – best quick eggs I have tried.

      Lunch/Dinner:
      Mountain House Chicken Ala King – Favorite :)
      Backpacker's Pantry Katmandu Curry - Yum
      Mountain House Macaroni And Cheese – Oh to be a kid again!
      AlpineAire Chicken Gumbo – Delicious

      Sides/Deserts:
      Mountain House Potatoes And Cheddar With Broccoli – Favorite :)
      Mary Janes Farm Organic Garlic Pesto Fry Bread – I love bread! (bring oil)
      Mountain House Peas – Eat your veggies! Add 1-2 oz less water
      Mountain House Corn – Favorite, Add 1-2 oz less water :)
      Mountain House Green Beans – Add 1-2 oz less water
      Mary Janes Farm Organic Brownies – Yes really good!
      Mountain House Ice Cream Sandwich – Don’t get the Neapolitan, this is much better.
      Mountain House Blueberry Cheesecake – Nice size berries, make in a bowl NOT the package. (Note it will NOT keep
      Overnight).

      Pass:
      Backpacker's Pantry Garlic Herb Mashed Potatoes – The Mountain House Potatoes and Cheddar with Broccoli are MUCH
      better even the resident mouse in our cave didn’t like it.
      Mountain House Scrambled Eggs With Bacon - Backpacker's Pantry Denver Omelet is much better IMO but requires a
      pan.
      Mountain House Scrambled Eggs With Ham - Backpacker's Pantry Denver Omelet is much better IMO but requires a pan.

      Neutral:
      Mary Janes Farm Organic Couscous And Lentil Curry – Not bad but I like my curry with more curry!
      Mary Janes Farm Organic Black Bean Corn Bread – Not bad but NOT cornbread just a bread with some cornmeal in it.
      Mountain House Noodles And Chicken – Yet to try will update
      Mountain House Pasta Primavera – Yet to try will update
      Mountain House Mexican Chicken With Rice – Yet to try will update
      Mary Janes Farm Organic Alfredo Pasta – Yet to try will update
      Backpacker's Pantry Chana Masala – Yet to try will update

      Addicted

        Second only to the Mountain House Neapolitan Ice Cream, I always throw in a couple of these with every BC order. I have to admit I have never actually taken them camping - they don't last long enough to get packed...

        Novelty, not practical, but tasty

          I was surprised to find that you don't add water to this, but after trying it, I was pleasantly surprised. It tastes like a real ice cream sandwich, albeit in a chalky non-ice cream kind of way. The taste is spot on, but the ice cream is more like a vanilla flavored lucky charm. Have some water nearby or just let it melt in your mouth. Descent to satisfy a sweet tooth, but way too expensive and bulky to take again.

          And they float

            Yep, definitely a novelty. Tastes just like an ice cream sandwich, but you better be really into dessert to bother, and there are definitely more satisfying sweets out there to choose from. The flavor is more or less there, although it's not going to be anywhere near as rewarding as the real thing. It's like a giant, brittle vanilla Lucky Charm block that is almost guaranteed to be shattered into little pieces by the time you pack it and eat it. Sort of dissolves in your mouth instead of melting. It's funny to see it come out of the package, so it does tend to lift your spirits since you can't help but laugh because it's so bizarre. Pretty good, worth a try just to check out, too much packaging for what it is. If the kids had their way, it would be all they would eat.

            Really good, but pricey

              Everybody needs to eat at least one of these in their lifetime, it's just plain good! I do agree that the cost is better spent on something like cookies where you'll get more bang for your buck, but I imagine part of the cost is for the novelty.

              Not very tasty

                I was excited to try this based on the good reviews, but I was pretty underwhelmed. It was just ok...edible, but I definitely won't be buying again. It's just as easy to carry something more tasty, like some cookies.