Frozen Treats


Gelato made its way to the Americas for the first time in 1770, when Giovanni Basiolo brought it to New York City. Gelato is Italy’s version of ice cream, with a few differences. Gelato has significantly less butterfat than ice cream’s typical 18 and 26 percent. It has a much higher density than ice cream. No air is added to gelato. The result is a higher quality dessert with a richer, creamier taste. Our gelato is made with fresh, local ingredients.

Frozen custard is a type of ice cream made with cream, sugar and eggs.  It typically contains 10% milk fat and 1.4% egg yolk.  It is an American ice cream introduced in 1919.

Gelati is a parfait-like delight and is a layering of Italian Ice and frozen custard. Italians in Philadelphia and New York named the frozen treat.

Our Frozen Treats include:

  • Gelato with the same flavor macaron on top
  • Frozen Custard – Chocolate & Vanilla or Swirled together
  • Frozen Custard Mini Cakes, 4” and 6”
  • Frozen Drumstick, Petite Sweets Style
  • Frozen Custard Sundaes


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