Freezy Frenzy’s Coffee Break is made as the customer watches, placing coffee custard on an anti-thermal cold plate before scraping it into a roll of ice cream and placing it into a cup. The treat is topped with a vanilla wafer, chocolate syrup, whipped cream, M&Ms, crushed Oreos, caramel syrup and Pocky—a Japanese treat—and sold for $5.99.
Since opening in June, Freezy Frenzy has offered a spin on the traditional cup of ice cream by using the Thai technique of rolling ice cream to provide style and taste. Each cup can be made with almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk or whole milk, and treats can be customized with more toppings, including almonds, gummy bears and chocolate-filled mini cookies.
“It’s bringing a style to this area that no one has really seen before,” shop employee Jordon Burrell said.
Freezy Frenzy also serves smoothies, milk tea, and green or black tea with tapioca sinkers.
17458 Hwy. 290, Jersey Village
Hours: Mon.-Fri.: 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat.-Sun. 11:30 a.m.-10:30 p.m.