Also being served at AristoCrepes is the “Bug Juice,” a cocktail featuring Absolut Vodka, Midori, Chambord, Bols Blue Curacao, sweet-and-sour and cranberry juice topped with gummy worms.
But today, we’re rolling the dice on the sundae, and it’s an absolute winner.
In keeping with the green look of the whipped cream, we got ours with mint chocolate chip ice cream, a flavor worthy of Oogie Boogie himself.
We know green whipped cream may seem unsettling, but we encourage you not to be afraid of it! The coloring does change its texture slightly, but it doesn’t change the taste. It wasn’t particularly flavorful whipped cream, but it added a bit of texture to the sundae.
The ice cream is very good, reminiscent of what we got when we were kids. The chocolate chips had a nice size and complimented the ice cream. It wasn’t anything too extraordinary, but it was enjoyable enough.
The gummy worms and cookie crumbles added a nice bit of visual fun. The gummy worms were very flavorful and fruity. Even more impressive was that they remained gummy even when cold.
Overall, this is a very nice, visually pleasing treat for Halloween time. It reminded us of Oogie Boogie’s spooky charm.
The sundae sells for $16.99 with the bucket, and $4.99 without it. If you’re not looking for the popcorn bucket, this is a good value for the money.
Do you think green whipped cream is scary good or just plain icky? Sound off in the comments below!