You have to try this amazing NYC rolled ice cream
Ice cream lovers, rejoice. There's a new dessert fad in town and, get ready for this, some say it's even better than Dominique Ansels' Cronut!
10Below, located in Manhattan's Chinatown, is literally rolling out the last of summer's ice cream sensations with rolled ice cream! Here's how it works. A homemade creme anglaise is poured onto a cold plate. Once certain ingredients are added, the mixture solidifies and becomes thick. The batter is then rolled with a scraper into tube-like figures. The ice cream rolls are placed in a dish and topped with a plethora of mouth-watering toppings.
The rolled ice cream trend has been popular in Thailand for quite a while now. It's about time the trend makes it's way to the Big Apple!
Much like Dominique Andsel's bakery, 10Below, which just opened in July, has daily lines around the block as people are flocking to Chinatown to try the hyped dessert.
These sensational desserts come in many mouth-watering flavors including S'Mores Galore and Matcha Made in Heaven (so punny!). Check out some of the pics that have people rounding the block in anticipation.
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