Before ice cream, cones were only filled with cheerleading chants and an overwhelming sense of responsibility for organizing traffic. Enjoy a conical dessert with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of ice cream at D'Lites of Greenvale.
The staff at D'Lites of Greenvale constructs soft, swirling towers of ice cream ($3+) with a dedication to natural ingredients and strict diet requirements. With a base of skim milk and real sugar, the miniature edible igloos come in more than 150 rotating flavors including rice pudding, chocolate-covered strawberry, banana cream, and german chocolate cake. Each 4 fluid oz. cup of D'Lites' arctic ambrosia contains up to 2.5 grams of total fat and up to 50 calories. The kosher, gluten-free specialties adorn themselves in toppings such as brownie bites, carob chips, granola, and cookie dough ($0.75 each). The resident ice-cream aficionados also construct cakes ($25–$35) and decorate them with personalized greetings or subliminal messages hidden among sprinkles.
D'Lites of Greenvale
D'Lites of Greenvale gives ice-cream enthusiasts a free pass to plunge sweet teeth into a crunchy cone, a chocolaty sundae, or a straw-bendingly thick milkshake with cholesterol-, gluten-, and artificial-sweetener-free recipes. The shop's 150 flavors rotate like a Harlem Globetrotter's manicurists and include peanut-butter cookie dough, cinnamon graham, and amaretto cheesecake. With only 50 calories per 4 fluid ounces, the creamy, KOF-K kosher-certified treats can support toppings without incurring any guilt, and they happily meld with fat-free fudge and sugar-free caramel. Customers can share the love with take-home pints and cakes that beg to be festooned with well wishes.