Ice cream all day, errday!
Let’s talk about ice cream rolls.
Fun fact: This Thai rolled ice cream is a staple dessert in the streets of Bangkok, handcrafted and made to order in these cold stainless steel surfaces. It’s that perfect summer escape from the scorching heat!
Have you ever wondered how the magic happens?
It’s simple – first, the ‘ice cream chef‘ will combine everything from milk, cream, sugar, spice and everything nice, mixing ingredients altogether and then spreading them thinly on the steel surface until the mixture solidifies. Our favorite part is when they slowly scrape them into these beautiful rolls of frozen goodness. Lastly, the rolls are placed in a cup, filled to the brim with fruits and cookies of all sorts.
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Check out these awesome spots in Manila that serve these sensational ice cream rolls. Pics or it didn’t happen, this dessert is made for our IG feeds so don’t forget to take visual receipts!
Elait – multiple branches
Elait, which came from the word “lait” (milk in French) and “elate” (to fill with joy or pride), offers artisanal rolled ice cream and yogurt. Choose from 12 different flavors including Avocado Crunch, Bacon Brickle, Mango Kiwi Pavlova, Banana Elvis, Ube Flan, and Chocnut Dinosaur!
Cafe Mermania – Marikina
Cafe Mermania is a mermaid-themed cafe filled with pastel-colored interiors, mermaid murals and other quirky elements that every little girl at heart will love! They also have hand-crafted ice cream rolls.
Scrapes – multiple branches
Scrapes offers 90% less sugar guilt-free premium stir-frost ice cream with flavors like mango, strawberry and grape, to name a few. Currently, they have 14 branches nationwide.
Ice Trolls – multiple branches
Ice Trolls is a dessert food stall at Fusebox food park serving unique flavors of rolled ice cream, with witty and punny names such as James Ferre Reid, Papa Pea, and more.
Miguelito’s Fried Ice Cream – multiple branches
Long before the thai ice cream roll videos have gone viral here in the country, Miguelito’s Fried Ice Cream has already been around selling the exact product in several malls. They have very affordable offers that go as low as 25 bucks!
Flow Handcrafted Ice Cream – Cubao
Flow is a passion project by three friends who are in love with desserts. They have unique flavors such as Hokkaido Sweet Corn, Bananamon and Rock Salt & Cheese.
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