By Gary A. Johnson (aka MasterChef Gary) – December 18, 2022
Christmas is less than two weeks away and you have been banned from bringing any dish to family gatherings for the remainder of the year. In other words, your “Black Card” was revoked. You listened to your new “boo” and decided to bring something different on Thanksgiving. How’d that workout for you?
You brought canned collard greens and Turkey Tettrazzini (I actually like Turkey Tettrazzini). And to make matters worse, your “boo” who told you to bring the dish broke up with you.
Apply For Emergency Reinstatement
All is not lost Cuz. You can apply for emergency reinstatement before Christmas. Listen to me and your feet will be under the dining room table on Christmas Day.
All you have to do is show up with several flavors of Creamalicious Ice Cream. Creamailcious is no ordinary ice cream. Creamalicious Ice Creams have a special way of engaging people with memories of their favorite childhood desserts, while honoring the rich history of the South.
My Story with Creamalicious
Most of you know that I got on the Creamalicious bandwagon this past summer. I have made several testimonials and videos on FB and IG. Simply put, this is the best ice cream I’ve ever tasted (sorry Mom).
You can link on the link below to watch my Instagram video:
MasterChef Gary (@masterchefgary) • Instagram photos and videos
The Creamalicious Story
Creamalicious Ice Creams are Southern-styled desserts designed to soothe and inspire “foodies” like me. I eat this ice cream and relax and dream about ways to inspire and motivate others. Eating this ice cream is pure indulgence for me and it can be for you too. More importantly, you can be immediately reinstated at the next family dinner when you show up with this ice cream.
Chef Liz Rogers is the Founder, President, and Executive Chef of Creamalicious Ice Creams. As one of the only African American-owned national ice cream brands in mass production, Chef Liz crafts her blissfully Southern artisan desserts by celebrating her roots and community. Creamalicious is minority and woman-owned, and Chef Liz employs a diverse team while making a point to work with minority and female-owned businesses.
Where Can You Buy It?
Creamalicious has been on grocery store shelves since 2020 and is now in over 2,900 stores nationwide.
If your local grocery store does not sell Creamalicious, you need to do 3 things:
- Talk to the Store Manager
- Email Customer Service
- Use Social Media