Beat The Heat In Dallas With Frostbite Creamery

*This post was sponsored, but all opinions are my own.*

Frostbite Creamery Purple Haze rolled ice cream in bowl on white table in front of menu wall

Frostbite Creamery Purple Haze rolled ice cream held in front of menu

Frostbite Creamery Purple Haze rolled ice cream with strawberries, whip cream, and crunchberries

Frostbite Creamery condiment jars and sodas and candies

Frostbite Creamery chopping up cookie dough with ice cream

Frostbite Creamery flattening out ice cream before rolling

Frostbite Creamery rolling cookie dough ice cream

Frostbite Creamery rolled ice cream placed into bowl

Frostbite Creamery Purple Haze and Cookie Monster rolled ice cream in bowl on white table in front of white wall

Frostbite Creamery Cookie Monster rolled ice cream in bowl in front of menu on white table

Frostbite Creamery close up of strawberries with edible glitter in spoon

Frostbite Creamery Strawberry Cheesecake rolled ice cream in bowl with strawberries and red licorice on white table in front of white wall

Frostbite Creamery drip paint wall

Frostbite Creamery front of building photo

Frostbite Creamery chalk board rolled ice cream menu

Last Friday, I went and checked out Frostbite Creamery down on Greenville. It’s such a fun and vintage place that looks like an American classic. They create rolled ice cream with fun and traditional flavors.

I tried three of their flavors. The Purple Haze is one of their most colorful flavors. It’s made with blueberries, and topped with crunchberries and glitter strawberries. Cookie Monster is chocolate chip cookie dough topped with blue candy and chocolate chips. I finished with the Stawberry Cheesecake that has a red licorice and strawberries on top. They are all delicious!

You’ll love the flavor varieties Frostbite has to offer. They also do a flavor of the month, and plan to add more flavors to the permanent menu. If you’re a vegan, they have options for you. You can also purchase a refreshing drink, like Topo Chico.

When there isn’t a concert at the Granada, you can park across the street in their parking lot. Frostbite also has 15-minute parking spots out front. In the future, they plan to come up with more parking solutions since it can be tricky on Greenville.

Besides the flavors, I love how you can watch them create the rolled ice cream. It’s so entertaining. You can get some satisfying videos while they work.

If you’ve been or go, I’d love to know what you think. All of mine were so delicious, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I plan to go back in a couple of weeks, and can’t wait to try more.

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Bye, lovelies!

Stephanie

S. Casey

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