How the Creamie ice cream bar was born
In the late 1950s, an ice cream company was asked by a Cache Valley, Utah grade school principal to make a nutritional frozen treat with milk instead of sugar water. The principal wanted a treat that would be healthy for the students and would be enjoyed by the whole family.
He went to work and soon developed a delicious ice cream bar made with real fruit and other natural flavorings. Thus, the originals were born–chocolate, orange, and banana. That original Creamie is still made today in Cache, Valley, Utah. The Creamie is a rich, smooth, healthy, and refreshing treat that is enjoyed by all.
Since the 3 original flavors were introduced, other flavors have been developed and added: Strawberry, Cookies and Creamies, Root Beer Float, Mint Chocolate Dipped, Cherry Chocolate Dipped, and Vanilla Chocolate Dipped. In addition, three probiotic yogurt Creamies were created: Peach, Chocolate and Raspberry. We take great pride in producing Creamies that everyone can enjoy!
Our ultimate goal as an ice cream company is to use our product to spread peace and happiness to those around us. We hope to bring joy by giving out free Creamies to local charities and events. We love getting involved in local communities and sharing the goodness of a Creamie together.
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TWO IMPORTANT QUESTIONS TO HELP YOU FIND THE BEST ICE CREAM
While many ice cream and ice cream bars might appear to be the same, it’s important to know how to determine the best ice cream from the rest. 1. What makes your ice cream creamy and smooth? This smoothness is determined by the size of ice crystals that form during the freezing process of ice cream. The longer it takes for the ice cream to freeze, the larger the ice crystals grow. The most common way is for producers to whip air into the ice cream during the freezing process. The constant agitation of the product breaks up the forming crystals leading to a product that is smooth but not dense. Ice cream made this way is cheaper and lower quality. The second and more expensive way of preventing ice crystals is to freeze the ice cream at extremely low temperatures. 2. How is your ice cream flavored? Don’t sell yourself short on ice cream flavors when choosing your favorite ice cream. Check the ingredients on the packaging of the ice cream that you are about to buy. Follow the link for the whole article.
Best ice cream quotes that will make you laugh
“I ain’t no veggie, like my flesh to the bone, alive and licking on your ice cream cone.” – Alice Cooper
“I’d rather be at home and eat ice cream than go out and get wasted.’ – Taylor Swift
“Ice-cream is the favorite currency of love.” – Puck
“I go running when I have to. When the ice cream truck is doing sixty.” – Wendy Liebman
“It is like a temptation to eat ice cream instead of something that is better for you.” – Pete Sorensen
“Not to like ice cream is to show oneself uninterested in food.” – Joseph Epstein