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Oct 23, 2011 05:52 PM

Belly Ice Cream - have you tried it??

OMG, you have not had ice cream until you've tried Belly.

We picked some up - apple crumble - at Spirit Tree Cidery today and I could not believe how good it was. So rich and decadent. No weird after taste. Full of carmelized apple flavour - like eating apple pie ala mode in the good ole days. LOL

I am now hooked. Went online and see it's available at All The Best, Pusateris and Summerhill. No surprise...all the high end spots.

Can't wait to get my hands on some of the other flavours.

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  1. Glad that you mentioned it. I saw them in Pusateri's and was wondering. I'll try it soon. Thanks.

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    1. re: ace123

      I should have mentioned also that they use preservative free, locally sourced ingredients.
      If you see Apple Crumble you must try it.

      1. re: ace123

        It may only be available in the Avenue Road Pusateri's. I was in the Yorkville branch earlier today and there was no sign of it there.

        1539 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M5M, CA

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        1. What weird ice-cream flavours! Pumpkin? Apple Crumble? Doesn't sound too appetizing. Why not sauerkraut while you're at it? Mind you, I'm a gelato and sorbet afficionado, hence my skepticism, I guess.

          1. re: ghostdogg

            really?! I think the flavours sound PERFECT! like I dreamed them up myself.. salted caramel with chocolate macaroon- wow, i cannot wait to try!

            1. re: hungryabbey

              I know, I love the sounds of the flavours and don't find them weird in the least.
              The salted caramel and wild blueberry pancake have really got me jonesing.

              Not a big fan of chocolate at the best of times but the brownie one sounds yummy too!

              1. re: millygirl

                oh man ah blueberry pancake.. salted caramel - i am officially on a mission.

              2. re: hungryabbey

                What's weird about pumpkin or apple crumble??? I've seen at least pumpkin flavor around for years. Not bad, either...basically pumpkin custard, like you'd find in a pie, only ice creamier. (LOL)

                What I can personally probably do without are other flavors of ice cream I've seen in recent years...bacon, shrimp, cilantro, garlic, and a few other "oddball for the sake of oddball" flavors.

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            1. Picked up the apple crumble from All The Best today. Just had some and it was exactly as you described. So good!! Thanks for the reco!

              1. I've tried the vanilla and I have to say it was good. But not to die for! Especially at the price they charge.
                It's nice ice cream, just not extraordinary, IMO. Maybe the other flavours are more exciting, but I'll have to save up to buy some more!

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                1. what's the rough cost of a container? i'm finding ice cream in toronto is generally exorbitantly priced -- almost double what the same brands cost in the US, although there are occasional sales.

                  1. re: autopi

                    I paid $13.95 for a 500mL container at All The Best. It certainly isn't cheap but totally worth it to me as an occasional treat (probably better for my waistline if I don't eat it regularly!). Finished off the apple crumble last night. Yum!