Creemee Crawl 2021-2022: UPDATED!
As the warm weather is withering away, you get nostalgia for that summertime treat… Creemees. Now, you wonder where on earth (in the Burlington Area) you can get one. Well, if you ever wanted to try all of the creemees in the area but don’t know where to start, you came to the right place! Welcome to our continuous Creemee Crawl Blog, where we (BORED Team) let you know about all of the creemee/ice creams places your heart and stomach desires.
Shy Guy Gelato:
Well, we know this isn’t technically a creemee, but Shy Guy is too good to not be include! Shy Guy relocated this summer onto Saint Paul Street and includes seasonal flavors to there gelatos and sorbet. You can order online there pints or go in person if you see a flavor of the day you want to store in your freezer. Some of their flavors include strawberry rhubarb, Fior Di Late, Key Lime Pie, Thai Tea, and Dark Chocolate sorbet.
Pictured: small strawberry and nectarine gelato
Al’s French Fries:
French fries and Creemees yes please! Al’s French fries sells hard Ice cream, milkshakes, sundaes, floats, and Creemees! They have 2 sizes: small and large, and don’t be concerned about not getting a bang for your buck because the large is LARGE! It is a great spot for a late night Creemees and snacks!
Pictured: the Happy Camper
Eco’s Legendary Creemees:
Champ has a treat for you and it is delicious! The Eco Center now sells Creemees by the waterfront in an adorable food truck. They have three flavors: chocolate, maple, and vanilla and they are definitely sweet! Want to get an add on? They have maple sprinkles that adds special touch! Want another reason to come here? All proceeds support Vermont’s Science and Nature Museum!
Pictured: maple creemee with maple sprinkles
Palmer Lane Maple:
It’s a bit of a drive away, but it is worth it. Palmer lane gives you all of the classic creemee flavors and more! Pictured above are peach and maple swirl creemee with their in-house maple sprinkles. These sprinkles are an absolute MUST if you visit here as they are the best around. The creemees come in multiple sizes that are worth the buck!
Pictured: Peach and maple swirl creemee with maple crumble sprinkles.
The Village Scoop:
Hailing from Colchester is Village Scoop, a drive-through/in-store creemee spot that will satisfy your creemee cravings. If you aren’t a creemee fan, they also have lots of hard ice cream/sundae options to choose from. You can get a small creemee that “isn’t very small” for under $3! This is an excellent spot for classic creemee flavors (vanilla, chocolate, maple, black raspberry)!
Pictured: Black raspberry and maple creemee.
Going to Essex? Well, if you are and want to make a pit stop, we recommend Sweet Scoops. They have the classic creemee flavors that you can get with maple sprinkles for an extra treat! You can get their hard ice cream as well!
Pictured: Maple creemee with maple sprinkles.
Burlington Bay: You all know Burlington bay, and if you don’t you have friends that do. This is a star location not only because of their tasty ice cream but also due to the incredible view and location right on Burlington’s waterfront.
Pictured: Vanilla and Chocolate swirl with chocolate sprinkles.