A guide to: Frozen treats to try in Franklin, Brentwood

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The Franklin and Brentwood areas are home to a number of businesses offering frozen sweet treats to enjoy during the summertime.

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream

230 Franklin Road, Ste. 11S, Franklin
615-964-7611

211 Franklin Road, Ste. 100, Brentwood
615-964-7611
www.jenis.com

Jeni’s has six Nashville-area locations including in Hill Center in Brentwood and inside The Factory at Franklin. Dairy-free and seasonal flavors are also available, and pints can be ordered online.

What to try: Roasted Peanut Butter and Strawberry Jam, goat cheese with red cherries

La Paleteria Ice Cream Shop

1203 Murfreesboro Road, Ste. 150, Franklin
615-628-8326
www.lapaleteriaicecreamshop.com

This Franklin-area shop offers paletas as well as ice cream and agua frescas.

What to try: Oreo ice cream

Paletas Tocumbo

1334 W. Main St., Franklin
www.facebook.com/paletastocumbofranklin

Located just southwest of downtown Franklin, Paletas Tocumbo offers a selection of Mexican paletas, a popsicle-like frozen treat made with fresh fruits.

What to try: Strawberry and cream paleta, mangoneada

Sweet Charlie’s

430 Cool Springs Blvd., Franklin
615-435-3867
www.sweetcharlies.com

Opened earlier this year in Cool Springs, Sweet Charlie’s offers Thai-style rolled ice cream that is made to order by spreading cream and ingredients on a cold surface and mixing until frozen.

What to try: Monkey See, Monkey Do, made with Nutella and bananas; Love Park, made with chocolate, pretzels and peanut butter

Sweet Cece’s

500 W. Main St., Franklin
615-807-1412

3021 Mallory Lane, Ste. 127, Franklin
615-472-8760
www.sweetceces.com

Located in downtown Franklin and Cool Springs, Sweet Cece’s offers a variety of frozen yogurts, ice cream, gelato, sorbet and frozen custard with several toppings to choose from.

What to try: Tropical Sorbet frozen yogurt, Ooey Gooey Cinnamon Bun frozen yogurt

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Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.
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