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LSU-MNCBABY
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New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store

Randomly noticed this product at the store yesterday so I picked up a spearmint to try. Shockingly they taste exactly like one you would get fresh from a sno-ball stand, really a great treat to keep stashed away in the freezer at home. Figured I would pass this on to the FDB, I know a lot of you go crazy for sno-balls.

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Image: http://snoballstogo.com/storage/flavors.jpg?__SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1308935565908
This post was edited on 4/24 at 10:05 am



hobotiger
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Hoboken, NJ
Member since Nov 2007
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
I see they sell them at Dorignacs. I may have to give it a try but will also hit Hansen's up on my visit.

They need to sell that stuff outside of that area since I can get a real snoball in NYC but it's a trek to the place that sells them


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oilattorney4lsu
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
Tried one this winter. It has the same flavored as a snoball, but has the ice consistency of a hard sno-cone. Save your money.


Winkface
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
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but has the ice consistency of a hard sno-cone.
This is what I imagine it would be like if I bought flavored solid ice. I don't see the appeal.


hobotiger
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
Point taken and will not buy it. Seems as if it wouldn't hold the light fluffy consistency


LSU-MNCBABY
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
you have to put it in the microwave for 10 seconds out of the freezer, I dont think you could tell the difference if you put 2 side by side honestly.



hobotiger
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
I don't own a microwave


hungryone
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
I saw these at Rouses and thought who in the hell would buy this? A freshly made custom snowball cost me $1.50. What advantage is there in a more expensive premade one?


jmtigers
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
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will not buy


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simbo
Member since Jun 2011
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re: New Orleans Sno-Balls @ grocery store
We've been eating them for about a year now and have 10 in my freezer right now. They are badass and yes, microwaved for 15 seconds you can't tell the difference.

And I don't have to leave my friggin' house. Thanks.
This post was edited on 4/25 at 1:16 pm


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