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
FROZEN CUSTARD WAFFLE CONE SUNDAES