Sometimes when you want dessert, you just can’t decide what to eat. Well, with these milkshakes from Black Tap, you can have your cake and eat it on your milkshake, too! Read on to eat up the math behind monster milkshakes.
What happens to ice cream flavors that some people like but most don’t? If you’re at Ben & Jerry’s, they go to the Flavor Graveyard. And after being around for more than 30 years, those flavors begin to stack up. Read on to devour the melty math in retired ice cream flavors!
Bedtime Math fan Nate N. asked us, how many scoops of ice cream would it take to have an ice cream cone as tall as Mt. Everest? Read on to find out, and get the scoop on the delicious math behind the answer!
If you want a great job when you grow up, guess what: you could be an “ice cream taster.” With counting chocolate chips, and sampling a fraction of the cartons, there’s a ton of math in this tasty job! Read on to see just how much, and try it out for yourself.
Just how many cupcakes do you have to eat in a variety pack until you end up with your favorite combination of cake and frosting? Read on to find out and do the yummy cupcake math!
Do Double-Stuf Oreos really have double the amount of “stuff” in the middle? One group decided to do an experiment to find out. Read on to see what they discovered – and do the Double-Stuf math!
Have you ever tried eating a butterfly? Neither have we. But we’d definitely try one if it were made of chocolate like these ones are. Read on to see how they’re made, and make sure to do the math right, so none of your butterflies end up missing a wing!
Girl Scout cookies are some of the yummiest cookies around. And with a variety of flavors, shapes, and numbers of cookies, each boxful has a load of math in it. Read on to crunch and munch your way through the delicious numbers behind the country’s favorite cookies (at least during this time of year).
These amazing designs combine two of our favorite things: chocolate and shapes! That makes it double the fun with the math in them. Read on to play with your food – and discover the numbers in chocolate and shapes.
When you stick one yummy food inside another, the yumminess really multiplies quickly. So the “donut turducken” – an apple fritter inside pudding inside a donut, topped with chocolate frosting – must have a yumminess factor that’s out of this world! Read on to get a taste of the delicious dessert math.