With ice-cream parlours sprouting up at almost every corner of Singapore, it triggers our curiosity even further to get our hands on their latest creations. Very often, we are in search of the very ice cream that will leave us in awe with its out-of-the-world flavours.
They say ice cream makes people happy, but we believe that with an added touch of creativity, it will send your endorphins trickling with excitement.
From Salted Egg Yolk Ice Cream to savoury Bacon Ice Cream, we are here to make the calories count. Join us on this journey to discover some of the Uncommon Ice Cream Flavours in Singapore that will rock your world.
With the erratic and humid weather here in Singapore, we all need something chilled or cold to soothe and hydrate ourselves. Why not grab a cup of coconut ice cream? Served on a halved husk, this style of serving is largely adapted and inspired from the ones you get in street markets in Thailand.
With more and more specialised coconut ice cream shops popping up in Singapore, getting a cup of this delicious thirst-quenching desserts is more accessible than you think. Now, you need not travel all the way to Chatuchak in Thailand just to have it!
Here is a list of 5 Bangkok-Style Coconut Ice Creams in Singapore that you have to try!
I have been ditching ice cream for yogurt ever since the beauty blogger told me about the benefits of eating yogurt. But there are days when I just crave for ice cream and nothing else matters.
Haato is an ice cream parlour in Singapore which is known for their Japanese ice cream flavours. I was at their Central branch recently, and that place is ideal for people-watching while having a scoop of sorbet.
Tom’s Palette at Shaw Leisure Gallery is a local ice cream parlour which specialises in homemade ice cream with very unique and exotic flavours. Are you game to try ice cream flavours like Longgan Red Date, Sarsi, and chrysanthemum?
I meant to blog about U.d.d.e.r.s Ice Cream during October as I was enjoying my ice cream every day (excuse: sorching hot weather), but obviously I didn’t. What I really wanted to tell you was this: no matter what you are doing, please remember to have your ice cream.
Udders ice cream is a local homegrown ice cream shop in Singapore that is famous for their ‘adult’ ice cream. If you like liqueur in your ice cream, you will like Udders ice cream.
The Daily Scoop is one of the earlier homemade ice cream places in Singapore. They started off with a small cafe at Clementi Arcade off Sunset Way, and recently opened another new outlet at Chips Bee Garden. It has been almost three years since my last visit, and I thought that was a good enough reason for an ice cream party!
If you are among those who never understand the appeal of forking out a couple of dollars for a cup of frozen yogurt (FroYo or Frogurt) — hey we belong to the same kind, I totally understand how you feel — I was once the same, until recently.
I know that there are people who have been puzzled by my recent tweets about living a healthier lifestyle, and eating yogurt daily. Addiction is an understatement when I have been testing out all the Meiji yogurt, F & N Alive yogurt and Marigold Yogurt. If you must know the reason, everything started with this question two weeks ago:
“Why don’t you eat Yogurt? It helps in digestion and it’s good for your skin complexion too!”
I am not sure how true this claim is, but I decided there’s no harm giving it a shot. In recent months, we have seen many new Yogurt places in Singapore, and this can only be good news for all the Fro-Yo fans.
I have a problem when it comes to ice cream. You see, I tend to stick to places that I’m comfortable with: like Island creamery, U.d.d.e.r.s, and Haato. So I decided that I need to try out more ice cream parlours this year, especially so when there’s so many new ice cream places in Singapore.