|Sorry, I ate a good bit of it before I got home.|
I chose the M & M's and strawberry sundae. KC got a Reese's Peanut butter cup with chocolate syrup sundae. We both thought they were really good. My strawberries were yummy with the ice cream. The M & M's were pulverized to a powder and I could have done without that but overall it was very good.
I am glad we tried them but I won't ever get one again. For $2.89 it was a pretty expensive splurge for me. Braum's Frozen Yogurt twist waffle cones are about a dollar cheaper and I'm guessing twice as much yogurt vs to the amount of ice cream I had tonight. Of course the frozen yogurt cone is not a "sundae" but Sonic's fare barely qualifies for that description. The presentation was pretty---vanilla soft serve ice cream, that pulverized candy (not so pretty -- my first thought was vacuum cleaner lint), topped with what I'm thinking amounted to maybe a half of one sliced strawberry and a teaspoon of syrup, and a pretty quarter size squirt of whipped cream with a cherry placed on top. If you don't have Braum's where you live their twist cone consists of vanilla frozen yogurt and chocolate frozen yogurt in a better tasting waffle cone than Sonic's.
An interesting tidbit about Braums --- Braum's stores are located only in a 300 mile radius from the Braum farm in Tuttle, OK because they only use milk from their own cows for their products. Amarillo barely makes it in their range limit but I am so glad we do. All of their products are great.