Creamistry

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You guys, I had the best ice cream I’ve ever had in my life this weekend. I visited Creamistry in Southlake and the ice cream bar has gotten higher for me. Not only was the ice cream great, the experience was fun too. You get to watch your ice cream being made, from scratch, right when you order it. By making it fresh, the ice cream is smoother and creamier than ice cream that’s been sitting in a freezer.

Creamistry uses liquid nitrogen to instantly make your ice cream. Creamistry’s website states, “When our specially trained Creamologists inject liquid nitrogen into the mixing bowl, combining it with our ice cream mix, the liquid nitrogen quickly evaporates into a big cloud of smoke. Within seconds, the liquid nitrogen has vanished and you’re left with the freshest, creamiest, most indulgent ice cream.

At this stage, it is perfectly safe to consume.

Why? The secret to the creamiest ice cream lies behind the intricate process of rapid freezing the mixture. And with science, we are able to master this! Because liquid nitrogen is so cold, the milk particles stay very small without forming into ice crystals, creating an ultra smooth creamy texture.”

The staff was super friendly and patient with me while I tried to make my choice. I felt like the proverbial kid in a candy store. There are so many choices. First, you have to pick your base. Do you want premium ice cream, organic, vegan (coconut or cashew) or Sorbet? Next, what flavor do you want? There’s only 60 to choose from, no pressure. There’s cereals, coffee, cake flavors, fruits, nutty flavors (like Nutella) and classics like cotton candy and mint to choose from. Then, you pick your toppings but, there’s only 35 options so, less pressure. Just when you thought you were done, do you want your ice cream in a cup, as a shake or an ice cream sandwich? I took the easy way out and chose one of the Creamistry Creations, Hot Chocolate, a seasonal addition. It was sooooo good! Next visit, I’m getting the Elemint, a mint ice cream with Oreo cookies and fudge! Although, there was a little girl sharing the table with me that was seriously enjoying a Cap’n Crunch Sorbet so, maybe I’ll try that instead. There are enough possibilities that I could visit once a week and not try them all in a year!

If you’re looking for somewhere new to take the kids or, a unique end to a date night, Creamistry is your place. Drop a picture in the comments of your Creamistry creation and let us know if you agree!

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