I remember eating Fat Boys during the hot Utah summers, but they were never whole ones. You see, my family found out that you can buy "seconds" from Casper's Ice Cream. Seconds, meaning, they didn't have a bottom cookie, or it was smashed in the package, or maybe there was no cookie. Yeah, that's how we roll.
While we (the adults) probably didn't think it was worth it to drive all the way to Richmond, the kids sure thought it was awesome.
They would smash their little noses against the glass and wave at the workers, who happily waved back.
Of course, we couldn't leave Casper's without our own box of "Seconds."
We also went by the Pepperidge Foods Factory, they didn't have a tour, but they did have samples and a WHOLE lot a cheese fishes in bulk for cheap. So if you are looking for a lovely, 30 minute drive, make sure to stop by Casper's and Pepperidge Foods!
I like the "way you roll". NOw just figuring out how to get 5 dozen seconds back to SLC......
It's called DRY ICE and a cooler