Top Ten Miami Ice Cream Spots: Hazelnut Bacio, Sizzling Pineapples and Maple Gingerbread
|Hani's Mediterranean Organics|
Ever tried goats milk ice cream? We have, and loved it. Hani went from being an international businessman to goat farmer, and he is completely self-taught in the culinary arts. His goats milk ice cream is like nothing you've ever tried before. The consistency is a mix between a sorbet and an ice cream, in that it's very light and pure tasting. We tried the papaya and wild orchid and it was infused with floral and fruity notes so good, we had to put it on this list.
|'Azucar'-- Sweet is right|
Spanish for sweet, and that is exactly what this store offers up with their delightful paintbox of sugary flavors. Miamians will feel right at home with platanos maduro, Cafe Cubano and Avocado. The consistency of these are gelatto smooth and delectably creamy. It's hard to pick a favorite but we think a must try is the Cafe Cubano flavor.
|Real Sorbet has Real Good Ice Cream|
They're not technically a food truck, since their products come from their eco friendly cart, and everything they do comes from that sustainable mindset. You won't find them at food truck rallies but they do frequent farmers' markets. Their flavors come from locally sourced fruits, and their ice creams are made with almond milk, giving us yet another dairy-free name for our list. Next time you see them, try their holiday batch of Maple Gingerbread ice cream, you'll thank us later.