A Sprinkles Sandwich consists of a generous scoop of your choice of ice cream, sandwiched between two cupcake tops, (choice of chocolate, vanilla, or red velvet tops). Check the menu board and look for the red dots that indicate which ice cream flavors are available that day. This is a fun and inventive way of having your cake and eating it, too. Such creativity is what makes Sprinkles a standout. We chose milk chocolate cupcake (Belgian dark chocolate cake) tops with Cherry Vanilla (imported morello cherries, simmered in California Pinot Noir, mixed generously throughout pure Madagascar bourbon vanilla ice cream). This just happens to be Charles Nelson’s favorite ice cream flavor. The chocolate cupcake tops were moist and rich in chocolate flavor, just like homemade. The creamy vanilla ice cream lovingly held a vibrant, sweet flavor, with the cherries delivering just the right amount of tartness. It will put some spring in your step. We found it can get deliciously messy to hold and eat. A suggestion would be to ask for a cup to make your eating experience a little easier. You’ll want to savor each bite and not waste a drop of this ice cream dessert. Thumbs up, way up!
Sprinkles Sundae is made with your choice of ice cream and cupcake flavor of the day. The salted caramel ice cream tasted exactly like salted caramel but in a creamy, ice cold form. The ice cream is flavored by caramel, (made in-house and in small batches), then liberally sprinkled with imported fleur de sel crystals. I really can’t get over how creamy these ice creams are. The dark chocolate cupcake (Belgian dark chocolate cake with bittersweet chocolate icing) was moist and rich in the dark chocolate flavor you crave. The frosting was rich and creamy. The chocolate sprinkles, looked like shiny, mini chocolate tiles. What a beautiful touch! Thumbs up, way up!
Red Velvet ice cream served in a Red Velvet cone. The sweet cream was very rich and luscious, covering your taste buds in a creamy, velvet coat. The Red Velvet cupcake (Southern style light chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting) was moist and had the perfect red velvet flavor you know and love. The pieces of cake were frosted as well, so you won’t miss out on the sweet cream cheese experience. The crispy Red Velvet cone was reminiscent of a pizzelle instead of your run-of-the mill waffle cone. Thumbs up, way up!
The Wall Street Journal recently ran a story about our city's culinary scene titled "Finding a Food Mecca in the West," pointing its readers to Sprinkles Ice Cream, Fonuts, Umamicatessen, 800 Degrees ... More »
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