Churn's Nicole Gebhart Makes Grape Bubblegum Ice Cream (PHOTOS)
This weekend, Chow Bella dropped in at one of the coolest ice cream shops around town, Churn. Between its fun and funky décor, old-school candies, and one-of-a-kind flavors, this artisan ice cream parlor has got all the makings of a great summer dessert destination.
Check out the photos as Churn's resident "pastry goddess," Nicole Gebhart, shows us how she makes grape bubblegum ice cream.
The ice cream-making process begins with a base, made 24 hours before the ice cream gets churned. This base is flavored with pieces of grape bubblegum.
To begin churning the ice cream, the base must be completely cooled before Gebhart can pour it into the ice cream maker.
All of the ice cream at Churn is made from this ice cream machine, located in a small prep room off the back patio.