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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has been reported as one of the states that consumes the highest amount of ice cream. National Ice Cream Day was July 17, but in Utah, it feels like every day is Ice Cream Day.
There are so many delicious flavors to choose from — whether it’s something as simple as vanilla to something more flavorful like a six-flavor ice cream bowl, they are all delicious.
But which Utah ice cream shop has the best ice cream?
In this poll, we’re asking you to vote for which is Utah’s best ice cream. Many of the ice cream shops mentioned will be local favorites, while some will be hidden gems.
Since this is a local Utah ice cream shop poll, we’ve eliminated places like Baskin-Robbins and Cold Stone Creamery (founded in Arizona). Click on the store name to get more information on shop locations, hours and the menu.
And the nominees are:
Famous Aggie Ice Cream serves everything from ice cream to sandwiches to cheese boxes that are made on campus.
With flavors like Bishop’s Bash, LaVell’s Vanilla and Rose’s Sneakerdoodle, BYU Creamery is a Provo favorite.
Home of the original Fat Boy, Casper’s in Richmond offers ice cream sandwiches, sundaes, shakes and banana splits.
Eli’s in Payson offers sodas and ice cream with a throwback flare. Eli’s also offers sandwiches, hot dogs and cookies.
An Ogden staple, Farr Better Ice Cream shop has been around since 1929. Today, the shop offers arguably the biggest variety of flavors in Utah.
With multiple locations along the Wasatch Front, Farr’s Fresh brings the tasty ice cream to those who can’t make the trip up north.
The Frozen Udder is home to the “The Bucket” challenge: eat half a gallon of ice cream in 15 minutes or less. If you’re able to finish in time, you will get a free T-shirt, your money back and a place on their “Wall of Fame.”
Leatherby’s Family Creamery has been in business since 1984, serving everything from ice cream — of course — to salads, soups, hamburgers and sandwiches.
One of the oldest establishments on our list, Peach City still has a classic vibe to it, along with delicious sundaes, floats, frosties and more.
Rowley’s is a southern Utah treat, with locations in Washington and Santaquin. The place offers homemade ice cream, made fresh every day.
A favorite for many in the Cache Valley area for over 25 years, Charlie’s offers locally-made ice cream and malts.
Located on “9 & 9,” Tropical Dreams Hawaiian Creamery offers premium ice cream, gelato, sorbet and shaved ice.
Dolcetti offers arguably the best gelato in the state. It also offers macaroons, coffee and Italian sodas.
Started in Orem in 2004, Sub Zero started from a small business to now having international locations in China and the United Arab Emirates. Customers can choose from over 30 flavors, add mix-ins (nuts, fruits) and then watch it all freeze via liquid nitrogen.
Roy City’s Big Scoops Creamery has been in business since 2000, serving ice cream made fresh every day. Big Scoops also makes cakes, cookie bowls, malts and shakes.
Roll with it Creamery is Utah’s first and only Thai rolled ice cream.
There’s no wrong answer. Vote now and tell us which is Utah’s best local ice cream. Did we forget to mention your favorite local ice cream shop in our poll? Let us know in the comments.
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