This may be the cutest ice cream ever 😍😍 The Tinker bell ice cream cone is a key lime (non dairy) soft serve with a ring of Apple flavored cotton candy in a green cone with white chocolate wings and glitter! The key lime soft serve wasn't overly sweet and would be super refreshing on a hot day! Also the portion is generous so an easy treat to share!
Easily our most frequently asked question this month, YES, we have gift cards. A perfect gift for teachers, letter carriers, hair dressers, and co-workers. Their compact dimensions lend themselves to a recommended use for general stocking-stuffing purposes🎅 Available in stores, or we can ship! Drop us a line 🎁🍦
Did you know that we offer ice cream cakes at our scoop shop now?
We are constantly stocking our case with more delicious and beautiful options ready for you to pick up for your special occasions!
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Flash Sale ends tonight! Get 20% OFF with code: THE PROFIT. link in bio! #mrgreentea
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Come with us to the Land of Sweets. Proud to support @agapedanceacademy’s performance of The Nutcracker on 12/22 & 12/23. Mention the performance and get $1 off our Nutcracker Sundae!
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As the fridge slowly fills with festive food it's time to consider what you'll eat in between the main event. The comfort foods, the snacks & they need to be easy & not break into that valuable fridge space. Make a good old fashioned vanilla ice cream; the smell is heavenly, the process therapeutic, radio on, a glass of wine one evening. Proper home made ice cream is great with leftover crushed nuts, biscuits or chocolate shavings crumbled on top. With slices of oranges bathed in orange juice & cinnamon, in a fancy bowl with an espresso poured over aka affogato. Or just on it's own. No churn ice cream made with egg yolks & sugar syrup gives you a light texture. Beat 4 egg yolks until light and fluffy, ideally in a stand mixer, beat in seeds from 1 vanilla pod, leave it there in the mixer. Now in a separate bowl whip 2 cups heavy cold cream to soft peaks, refrigerate. Bring 1/2 cup sugar & 1 cup water to a boil in a small saucepan, stirring to dissolve the sugar. Keep at a full boil until mixture reaches the 'thread' stage, 223°F-236F on a candy thermometer. This takes about 10 minutes, you don't need to stir while it is boiling, the mixture will reduce down become syrupy, so use this as a guide if you don't have a thermometer. Switch the mixer back on, add the hot syrup to the egg yolks in a slow steady stream, beating all the time. Let the mixer go for a few minutes until the mixture is thick and very pale, like mousse. Gently fold the egg yolk mixture into the whipped cream so you don't lose all the air in the whipped cream. When the mixture is fully combined and there are no streaks, spoon it into a freezable container. Cover and freeze until firm, at least 8 hours or overnight.