Kansas April 21, 2017
This Mouthwatering Ice Cream Trail In Kansas Is All You’ve Ever Dreamed Of And More
Well, Kansas, it’s time for another day trip, and this time, it’s for dessert! Take a drive for a day, and visit these 7 great shops to stop and enjoy your favorite frozen treat—ice cream! Who’s screaming for ice cream? I know I am!
the Ice Cream Trail of your dreams! Let's have a look before you have a lick, shall we?
1. Paletería Tropicana - Edit
2021 N Amidon Ave
Ste 115 Wichita, KS
This place is the best if you're looking for real fruit popsicles from a million flavors, or ice cream on top of a funnel cake. Yes, I said funnel cake. You're welcome.
2. College Hill Creamery - 3700 E Douglas Ave, Ste 30 Wichita, KS
College hill creamery does ice cream a favor by adding fun colors, themes, and combinations to their delicious frosty treats.
3. Churn & Burn - 548 S Oliver St Wichita, KS
Ice cream reaches out to the world via science at this shop. Churn & Burn uses liquid nitrogen to freeze their ice cream right before your eyes, so you're getting the freshest ice cream they can make.
4. G's Frozen Custard - 1301 SW 6th Ave Topeka, KS
What could go wrong with a personal turtle sundae or brown bread ice cream? Here at G's frozen custard, it's the best quality custard you'll find for miles.
5. Sylas &Maddy's - 1014 Massachusetts St Lawrence, KS
Sylas and Maddy's, oh how I love you.
In this previous article,
they were the star of the show, but I wanted to make sure that everyone understands this is a must-stop shop during this trail, no matter which location you prefer.
6. Sheridan's Frozen Custard - 2055 E Santa Fe St Olathe, KS
Sheridan's does frozen custard right, and their old-style hamburgers are a great pair for this mocha almond custard.
7. Freezing Moo - 6936 135th St Overland Park, KS
Have you seen those videos with ice cream being spread over a cold counter and rolled into cute little tubes? This is one of those places! Similar to Cold Stone, Freezing Moo gives you both a treat and a show when you order these cold little rolls.
The link to the trip
can be found right here, and if you’re looking for another trail to accompany this one, I recommend this fried chicken trail! Kansas goodies, ahoy!