Jan 04

Our date night to Creamisty!

Monday night Andrew and I went out for a dessert date to Creamisty! (pssst. I strategically placed my spoon over a pimple on my forehead…:))

I’d been wanting to try it for awhile and it was a fun experience! You create your ice cream concoction by choosing a base, flavor, and toppings and then they freeze the liquid ice cream into creamy ice cream using liquid nitrogen. So it’s ice cream chemistry.  I for one hated chemistry, but I can get on board with fun ice cream.  

Umm, why did we not make ice cream in chemistry? All I learned in chemistry was what the heck a valence electron is.  Also, what the heck was a ‘mole’ and why have I not used that since?! And SERIOUSLY tho…why wasn’t there an entire class on how to pay taxes/buy a home/have a mortgage. Anywho.

I loved the Creamistry experience and I would go back because it was fun seeing the ice cream freezing process…but the ice cream was too creamy! I know. How can ice cream be too creamy? Well…it was soo thick and sticky that it was hard to pull it apart/take a spoonful of it.  It was too thick and creamy!  It was still yummy, just not my favorite ice cream.

I went with the cake batter flavor!

Andrew got cookies n’ cream + cookie dough topping + a brownie. His was awesome and I snagged a couple bites.

Have you ever tried liquid nitrogen ice cream? If you have, what’d ya think?!

16 comments on “Our date night to Creamisty!”

  1. I haven’t tried that style of ice cream but I know I wouldn’t enjoy it much because I also do not like overly creamy ice cream.
    P.S. No need to hide the pimples because you are beautiful and a blessing to so many people!

  2. I’ve had some before! There was a spot in California with a coconut base, and then I got cookie dough and peanut butter. It was totally delicious. I remember it being more creamy, but still ice-cream-y so I loved loved it!!

  3. This looks awesome! And it would be right up my alley because I love overly creamy ice cream. I would probably not describe it as sticky, but chewy, which sounds gross for ice cream but I love it that way. I’m always sad when it gets melty.

    • YES! Chewy is a good description. I’ve had custard, which is creamy/dense but still has a lightness to it…this ice cream was almost like tooth paste in texture. So different!

  4. I love a good food pun, so their name is adorable to me! I know what you mean about being overly creamy/difficult to take a bite, but I would love to experience this. So fun! I agree with the above commenter: pimples or not, you’re awesome. ;) I’ve had a breakout recently, so I’ll blame it on the weather. haha

  5. What a cool place! I’ll have to see if we have one of those! Andrews looks amazing, now I”ll have to get some ice cream tonight :) 

  6. I have tried an ice cream place like this and although it’s a fun process I’m like you and don’t like ice creams that are overly thick and creamy like that. Still delicious but not a fan of the texture. However, I am not one to turn down an ice cream date, so I will always go if asked ;)

  7. I remember trying nitrogen ice cream when I was younger, but the place closed down quickly and haven’t had it since. I forgot what it tastes like, but Isn’t it just so much fun?! It reminds me of the rolled ice cream, in the sense that it’s a whole experience (which I always love!)

  8. I’ve definitely done that spoon/bliss ball/random piece of food in front the pimple trick before, so I feel ya! And I bet this would be delicious with a coconut base, as others have mentioned. Sounds like a dream to be able to personalize it so much!

  9. Also, what the heck was a ‘mole’ and why have I not used that since?! And SERIOUSLY tho…why wasn’t there an entire class on how to pay taxes/buy a home/have a mortgage. Anywho. –> YES A THOUSAND TIMES.

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