Food Find: Belly Ice Cream Company

Food Find: Belly Ice Cream Company

This is my hail Mary post. My last shot at hanging on to the lazy, hot days of Summer. And, if you asked me, I’d tell you I’ve saved the best for last.

Belly Ice Cream Company is produced in the heart of Muskoka (Read: the perfect Summer treat) and uses all natural ingredient and no preservatives as well as “no funky stuff” as the package states. In fact, a check of their website will tell you the local farm they use to source ingredients. But it’s the brilliant combination of those ingredients that make Belly ice cream head and shoulders above the rest. Take their Thai Watermelon sorbet with watermelon, mint and lemon – it’s a delicously unexpected taste that makes you think everything was just plucked from the garden. You can also find classic summer favorites (like Muskoka smores or Tall Trees Butter Tart) smartly delivered in everyone’s beloved frozen treat. It’s truly couture ice cream. Plus, flavors change with the season so you can guarantee a treat that feel right by the fire too. Visit Bellyicecreamcompany.ca to find a retailer by you. And, if there is not one, demand it. I wouldn’t dare let you down, especially when it comes to ice cream!


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