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What Is Rolled Ice Cream? Find Out Where to Eat This Frozen Delight

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What Is Rolled Ice Cream? Find Out Where to Eat This Frozen Delight
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Every so often the ice cream world is turned upside down with a new frozen concoction that is innovative, delicious, and addictive. Enter rolled ice cream, the hottest trend to hit ice cream this season and the one sweet treat you'll want to eat this summer.

What is Rolled Ice Cream?

Rolled ice cream originated in Thailand where the liquid ice cream base is spread and frozen on an anti-griddle that is kept at -30C (-22F). It is scraped and reshaped (it is usually mixed with fruits, nuts and/or candy) and literally rolled into cigar-shaped pieces.

It is a popular ice cream treat in Malaysia, the Philippines and Cambodia, according to Forbes.

Where to Find Rolled Ice Cream

Rolled ice cream is found at street kiosks throughout Thailand but is available in many major cities around the world - from New York City and Los Angeles to Montreal. Here are some top spots for rolled ice cream:


Grandview Public Market
1401 Clare Ave.
West Palm Beach, Florida


The Rigamarole - Vanilla ice cream, red velvet donut, strawberries, condensed milk.

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New York City

101 MacDougal St
New York City, NY

I_CE_NY has locations across the United States including Michigan, Pennsylvania, Texas, Massachusetts, Colorado and Virginia. Get more info here.

AL&Jo bar à dessert
292 sainte-catherine ouest


101 Bis Rue De Ménilmontant
Paris, France


Scroll Ice Cream has locations in Melbourne (Chadstone Shopping Centre and Highpoint Shopping Centre) and one at 35 York St. in Adelaide.

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