Like magma and dreams, gelato is a semisolid—neither solid enough to build a house upon nor liquid enough to feed to a thirsty sparrow. Satiate avian creamery thirsts with today's Groupon: for $4, you get $8 worth of ice cream, sundaes, shakes, and more at Nuts About Ice Cream in Bethlehem.
Nuts About Ice Cream tempts sweet teeth and tongues with housemade gourmet flavors of creamy, icy treats. Customers can come in and indulge scoopable fantasies with two-scoop ice-cream servings ($4.50) or three-scoop banana splits ($6.50) of traditional flavors such as vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. Customers can also venture into the creamy unknown with exotic options such as real rum raisin, moosetracks, and the Indian-inspired cardamom kulfi. Quart sizes ($8) are available for sugar fiends who want to enjoy a flavorful favorite at home while plotting how to infiltrate chocolate factories sans golden ticket.
Passionate desserters who have the desire to consume without the strength to chew can transform flavors into drinkable shakes ($5) or ice-cream sodas ($5.50). For the health-conscious consumer, sorbets, sugar-free ice cream, and low-fat hard yogurts are also available. Prices for all items vary based on size—see a complete list of pricing here.
Nuts About Ice Cream's skilled creamery artisans have been crafting delicious frozen delicacies from family recipes for more than 20 years. Always freshly made from natural ingredients, any of the rotating flavors can be preordered and flash-frozen for pick-up later, ensuring customers can snag a pint before supplies are stolen from the cows that want to reclaim their hard work.
Nuts About Ice Cream
Only four people know the Joshi family’s delicious secret. By carefully guarding the recipe for Nuts About Ice Cream's specially mixed ice creams, the Joshis ensure the quality and consistency of their frozen treats while also protecting their hard-won creation against imitators. Since placing their first perfectly rounded scoop of ice cream atop a cone in 1988, the Joshis have worked hard to forge unique ice creams and sorbets using skills honed at the Penn State Dairy Ice Cream School.
The ice creams and sorbets that come out of Nuts' kitchens are forged in small batches by chefs who avoid artificial additives when possible, opting instead for wholesome additions such as natural extracts and purées. Along with their roster of classic flavors, the ice creamists whip up specially ordered batches of exotic flavors using ingredients such as cardamom, rose-hip extract, lychee, and cabernet with a mysterious European accent.
In the front of the house, staffers behind the ice-cream parlor’s old-fashioned counter concoct all manner of treats, from cones and sundaes to thick milk shakes. Nuts About Ice Cream’s curbside pickup service facilitates on-the-go treat enjoyment, and a limited lunch menu offers hot and cold sandwiches and hot dogs.
1124 Linden St.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18017