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Game Changer? Carl's Jr. Sells a Burger Made of Ice Cream!

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Not every burger needs to be made of beef. We definitely have a handle on the cow-less options for burger enjoyment, but what if that burger was made cream? Now fast food chain Carl's Jr. is in the testing phase for just that kind of item: An Ice Cream Brrrger.

Foodbeast was tipped off to the item, and explains: "the sandwich is priced at $1.99 and features chocolate ice cream at the core, a drizzle of multi-colored icing and is flanked by cookies."

The HuffPo dug a little deeper, and dug up this early bit of consumer feedback:

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Imagine that? Sugar cookies filled with ice cream and squirted with icing is too sweet?!

If you are willing to throw caution (and sugar-sensitive tastebuds) to the wind, you'll have to head into the OC to find the Brrrger:

Carl's Jr. has confirmed that the chain is testing the ice cream brrrger in a handful of Carl's Jr. units in Orange County. They will not comment on test items other than to confirm them. Once a test wraps up and the sales data and guest feedback is analyzed, it will decide whether to roll out the item systemwide.

Well, well. National Burger Month just got a little more disgusting interesting sweet.

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