Calling all foodies! There is a new ice cream shop opening in Dallas and you'll never want to stop taking pics of these super cute treats. Cauldron Ice cream is opening a shop this Saturday, March 2 3001 Knox Street at 3 p.m. For their grand opening, the first 100 people will receive free Cauldren merchandise.
The shop is known for having a uniquely shaped puffle waffle cone paired with the rose shaped ice cream. They also have new flavors every month so you'll never get bored of the same old same old.
The rose is cleverly named the H2O Rose not only because of its shape but also because it contains rose sugar. According to their website, their goal is to reinvent ice cream so that the flavors are more present.
Some of the shops more popular flavors include earl grey lavender, s'mores, milk and cereal and sea salted caramel crunch. Apart from ice cream the Cauldron also serves shakes and Fluffypuffs.
Fluffypuffs are the shop's version of an ice cream sandwich. They take Japanese soufflé pancake split it in half and fill it with ice cream.
Cauldron has vegans and gluten-free options on their menu including frozen thinks, think slushy, topped off with a floating rose. Prices range anywhere from $5 to $10 depending on the size of the cone.
In place of huge mixers to make ice cream, the shop makes small batches then uses liquid nitrogen to quickly freeze their product to make the rich flavored ice cream.
The shop is originally from California and this is their first out of state location. Different locations also carry flavors targeted to the people that live there.
On a normal day, the ice cream shop is open from noon to 10 p.m. any day of the week.
For more flavors and information about Cauldron, you can visit their website here.