Where to Buy Ice Cream in OC this Summer

Sprinkles, Frozen Cow Creamery and other ice cream places to explore and get headaches at this summer

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Location Info


B. Candy

3100 Pacific Coast Hwy.
Corona del Mar, CA 92625

Category: Restaurant > Ice Cream

Region: Corona Del Mar

Confetti Italian Ice & Custard

1175 Baker St., Ste E-22
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

Category: Restaurant > Dessert

Region: Costa Mesa


3972 Barranca Parkway, Ste D
Irvine, CA 92606

Category: Coffee Shops

Region: Irvine

Christopher Michael Chocolates

2346 Newport Blvd., Ste. A3
Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Category: Restaurant > Dessert

Region: Costa Mesa

Proof Ice Cream

8300 La Palma Ave., Ste. A2
Buena Park, CA 90620

Category: Restaurant > Ice Cream

Region: Buena Park

Sprinkles Ice Cream & Cookies

952 Avocado Ave.
Newport Beach, CA 92660

Category: Restaurant > Ice Cream

Region: Newport Beach

You've no doubt heard of Sprinkles, the cupcakery loved by Hollywood starlets and those who look up to Hollywood starlets. At this spinoff shop, the best flavor is of course the one that actually has cupcakes in it—the red velvet, which is essentially just vanilla ice cream with crumbled pieces of Sprinkles' signature cupcake and cream cheese frosting mixed into it. It's decadent and will probably go straight to your hips, but it's also surprisingly light and fluffy—dessert kismet when you realize someone has engineered the eating of both cake and ice cream in a single spoonful. Just as you'd want to match your shoes to your purse, it would be ideal to have the red velvet ice cream in one of the freshly made red velvet cones. 952 Avocado Ave., Newport Beach, (949) 718-9400; Small cup of ice cream, $3.75.

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No Hula Girls Shave Ice in Huntington Beach? They have Dole Whip and ice creams that change monthly! What about Han's ice creams in Costa Mesa? They've been a yelp favorite for years and a staple for decades! After's is hot right now! Did you do any research or is this just for advertisers?

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I just go to the store and buy a big tub of it for $5.99 - Saves me money and time.


Also, Front Porch Popsfor those looking for awesome, handmade popsicles. You can find them at the store in Orange next to Watson's or at virtually any farmer's market in OC and LA. Try the Root Beer Float or Cookies & Cream, soooooooo good!


Tillamook ice cream in the 1.75 qt. size has recently been showing up in Ralphs and Albertsons. It sells for $5.99. It is higher in fat than most you find in grocery stores. 1/14 of the carton has 30% of the recommended Daily Value of saturated fat. It is sinfully delicious. Dreyer's tops out at 25% DV.