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Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts in Santa Rosa
Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
Baskin-Robbins 31 Ice Cream Stores - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 526-3931
Cold Stone Creamery - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 571-1888
Donuts 'n Cones - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 579-2350
Dreyers Grand Ice Cream - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 585-2734
Good Stuff Custom Yogurt & Ice Cream - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 544-6067
Lymans Sweet Sensations - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 545-5037
Marble Slab Creamery - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 544-7522
Maritsa's Mexican Market - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 542-6409
Sandys Take & Bake Pizza - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 528-1919
Sprinkles - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 566-1911
TCBY Yogurt - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 545-8229
Yogurt Farms - Santa Rosa, CA - Phone: (707) 576-0737
Helpful Definition for: Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts
Desserts that are prepared by freezing liquids, semi-solids & sometimes solids are called frozen desserts. There are various types of frozen desserts depending on their basic ingredients. They may be made from flavored water, fruit purées, milk & cream, custard or mousse.
Ice cream is a frozen dessert having a smooth creamy structure, generally prepared from dairy products, like milk and cream, and often in combination with fruits or other ingredients and flavors, sugar or other sweeteners & coloring agents. All the ingredients are stirred slowly in a mixture while cooling to prevent formation of large ice crystals. A large variety of ice creams are available in Santa Rosa.
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