A Rolled Ice Cream Shop Opens on a West Side

Once a ice cream has solidified, he divides it into 4 pieces and rolls it into a final product. “I wish all to be in each bite,” he says. “I hatred when we go somewhere and we get ice cream and all a things is sitting on top.”

McCurley’s many renouned season is Snoozberry. For it, he uses strawberry, vanilla, or chocolate ice cream for a base. Strawberries, bananas, and Fruity Pebbles are afterwards crushed into a ice cream to make a flavor. More Fruity Pebbles and churned cream are combined into a center of a rolls.

Snoozberry is done with uninformed bananas and strawberries, as good as Fruity Pebbles and churned cream.

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There’s a prolonged list of flavors to select from, including a Choco Brah, done from a chocolate-mocha base, Oreos, and dim chocolate syrup. There’s a Down with B.C.P for those who adore vanilla. It’s done from a vanilla base, banana, Nilla wafers, and nuts.

A create-your-own ice cream choice is also popular. Customers select a bottom flavor: chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, or matcha. Mocha and caramel macchiato can be combined to any base. You can afterwards supplement several fruit (strawberries, blueberries, banana, mango, and many more), break (cookie, cereal, or ice cream cones), and syrup (strawberry, chocolate, dim chocolate, or caramel).

Finally, business can supplement Nutella, churned cream, or nuts. Prices operation from $7.50 for a tiny (big for a small) and $8.50 for a large.

Nomadic Ice Cream Rolls. 5750 West Glendale Avenue, Glendale; 623-826-8905.
Wednesday to Sunday 3 p.m. to midnight; sealed Monday and Tuesday.

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