One of the perks of being an influencer is to try out what I have not tried! Since Las Vegas is my home and we all know that this city is one of the tourist spots here in US, I would love to share to everyone what we have here and show you guys what I recommend for you to try when you get a chance.
I recently came across a post for Creamberry
which is located on South Rainbow (7965 S. Rainbow Blvd
) about a 10 minute drive from Las Vegas Blvd. Creamberry is not your typical Ice Cream shop. They opened in August of 2016 and have earned a reputation for creative and tasty desserts. They have a decent size menu of treats from Macaroon Cookies, Cupcakes, Shakes, and a large number of imagination bending calorie busting items.. The one item that caught my attention right away was the Halo Halo. For those unfamiliar with the Filipino delight, Halo Halo is a traditional Filipino desert made from Fruits, beans and other sweets. In a tall glass ingredients are added to shaved ice, sprinkled with sugar and topped with either leche flan, a purple yam cold desert (called Ube) or traditional ice cream made with Ube. The evaporated milk is added to all these ingredients and served in a tall glass. Usually eaten with a spoon. Of course, this was the 1st thing I ordered. I was not disappointed.
My husband ordered the M&M Waffle with Ube, thai tea and buko pandan ice cream. The wait for the fresh hand made waffles is a little long, but once you dig into your treat, you will forget the time along with all your diet restrictions haha!
The combination of treats and creative desert designs are extensive and I would recommend several visits until you find a favorite for yourself, but visit you must. If you love desserts and consider yourself a fan of fun treats, then Creamberry is a must for any Las Vegan or visitor to our city.
I look forward to hearing from you all about your experience and what your favorites are. Be sure to come back and comment and keep me up to date on what I am sure will be your rapidly changing favorites. You may want to check my INSTAGRAM
for my specific CreamBerry post!