The best way to cool down on a hot summer’s day? Indulge in an ice-cold treat from a local business! From shaved milk and ice cream tacos to ice cream sandwiches and hot fudge sundaes, these women-owned or women-partnered businesses have you covered.
You can’t miss this colourful pink ice cream shop on Winnipeg’s bustling Corydon Avenue, specializing in inventive ice cream tacos and rolled varieties.
After perfecting their ice cream recipe at the University of Manitoba’s Dairy Science Program, friends Elise Page and Teri-Lynn Friesen opened the cheerful Fête Ice Cream & Coffee, serving up hand-crafted delicacies.
With small batch hard ice cream flavours like London fog, honey pistachio and watermelon starburst, Charley B’s is a must-stop for ice cream enthusiasts in Winkler, Manitoba.
Parfait is the name of the game for this Winnipeg ice creamery, boasting Manitoba’s largest ice cream menu with flavours like peach cobbler and blueberry cheesecake.
As a local favourite in the small town of Somerset, GG’s Drive In is more than worth the drive for its ice cream delights.
Visiting the town of Wasagaming in Riding Mountain National Park has long been a summer tradition for families across Manitoba, and one of the most quintessential activities has to be grabbing an ice cream from The Boardwalk on Clear Lake.
The residents of Souris have another option for sweet treats with the newly opened 49 Degrees! Asides from ice cream, the shop also serves up specialty coffee, baked goods and soups.
Transport yourself to a tropical paradise at Ice Cream Island. Grab a Flavourburst, a twister or even an ice cream cake (sharing optional).
Pair your ice cream treat with the beach at The Beach Hut in Killarney. Don’t leave without trying their refreshing, signature Beachie – half slush, half vanilla soft serve!
The Icing Castle is taking Winnipeg by storm with its adorable and colourful creations. Try one of their inventive Bingsu cups, made up of shaved ice, condensed milk and tons of yummy toppings.