You’re in the milk chocolate ice cream seas off the coast of candy land. The deep sea caramel rig has exploded. There are bits of white dough brick strewn all over the chocolate waters; little remnants of the once industrial caramel drill site. Caramel is now flowing freely and uncontrollably. You’re not quite sure where it begins and ends. You know when oil gets into water and there’s a light coating everywhere? Caramel has done the same thing to these chocolate waters. Caramel, caramel everywhere, with chocolate and dough to eat. This is no Beverley Hillbillies caramel strike, rather a full diffusion.
There’s only one way to salvage this situation, and that’s to eat it all. Actually, in the end, the only disaster is that you’ll normally have to share this tub with others. If only all clean up efforts could be sorted with a spoon like this.
Serve with the gratitude of the Pineapple Lump Pelicans and Snickers Seals you saved from all the horror.