Guide: Here's where you can get ice cream and other frozen treats in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake

Graham cracker crust is sandwiched between vanilla marshmallow ice cream and a brownie batter cookie dough.

Graham cracker crust is sandwiched between vanilla marshmallow ice cream and a brownie batter cookie dough.

With August comes hotter temperatures. One way to stay cool in the Texas heat is with a frozen treat. Here is where to cool down in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake while satisfying your sweet tooth. This list includes locally-owned frozen treat spots in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake and is noncomprehensive.



Britt’s Sno House


Treat to try: Lava Flow—Snow cone made with a mix of two flavors: strawberry jubilee and pina colada. ($3-$5.50)

5105 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville
817-247-7991
www.brittssnohouse.com






Doughlicious


Treat to try: Frozen S’mores Bar—Graham cracker crust is sandwiched between vanilla marshmallow ice cream and a brownie batter cookie dough. ($4)

129 S. Main St., Ste. 140, Grapevine
817-329-5441
www.doughlicioususa.com






Heavenly Snow Snow Cones


Treat to try: The Tropical Unicorn—Blue Hawaiian, Birthday Cake and Bahama Mama syrups in snow, are topped with cream and unicorn dust. ($3-$4)

722 E. Northwest Hwy., Grapevine
817-683-5959
https://heavenly-snow-snow-cones.business.site






Hip Pop


Treat to try: Cookies and Cream Popsicle—This milk-based popsicle is made fresh with cream, sweet milk, organic sugar and cookie pieces. ($3)

520 S. Main St., Ste. 205, Grapevine
817-527-4383
www.hippoptx.com






The Ice Cream Place


Treat to try: Superman—Traditional vanilla-flavored ice cream is dyed with red, blue and yellow colors. ($3.35)

1959 W. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 100, Southlake
682-651-7948
www.facebook.com/theicecreamplace.southlake






Milwaukee Joe’s


Treat to try: Black Raspberry Truffle—The ice cream is made with real raspberry truffles folded into a raspberry puree. ($2.99-$4.75)

1417 Main St., Southlake
817-251-1667
www.milwaukeejoesicecream.com






Muggle Shakes


Treat to try: Campfire Shake—A blend of milk, chocolate froyo, graham crackers and marshmallow cream is drizzled in chocolate. ($4.99-$6.99)

5615 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville
817-398-4044
www.facebook.com/muggleshakesofcolleyville






Napoli’s Italian Kitchen and Creamery


Treat to try: Mint Chocolate Chip gelato—Italian-style ice cream is flavored with mint and made fresh from cream daily. ($3.50-$5.50)

309 S. Main St., Grapevine
817-910-0385
www.napolisgrapevine.com






Texas Shaved Ice


Treat to try: Tiger’s Blood snow cone—The homemade syrup gives the snow cone a sweet and slightly tangy taste. (2.50-$4.50)

5351 William D. Tate Ave., Grapevine
817-566-6737
www.facebook.com/pages/texas-shaved-ice/282122211884044






Tropical Sno


Treat to try: Bahama Mama—This snow cone is flavored with blue coconut, banana and strawberry flavors. ($2.50-$3.50)

2190 E. Dove Road, Southlake
817-714-4471
www.tropicalsno.com/locations/tropical-sno-of-southlake


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