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The 10 Most *Extra* Things On The Menu At Hereford’s New Dessert Chain

Food & Drink Thursday, August 9th

The 10 Most *Extra* Things On The Menu At Hereford’s New Dessert Chain

Back in December, Aina Khan wrote on Munchies today there’s a franchised dessert bar on almost every major high street in Britain.” Well, Hereford, welcome to the majors.

A good deal of those franchised dessert bars are Creams. Having opened more than 70 locations in the UK in a ten-year run, in the South East especially they’ve become a by-word for ‘so do you want to go get an Oreo-flavoured something with Oreos on top’. And by the end of the month they’ll have one in Hereford, on Commercial Road.

According to their website, they’ll want to make your dessert (or your “everyday celebration” as they call it) “an indulgent adventure for the senses”. In other words things are going to get a little extra.

Think hot fudge volcanos, popping candy and bubblegum ice cream. Think 21 flavours of ice-cream, 18 different sundaes and something called Bubble Pop Waffles.

These are 10 of the most joyfully-obnoxious, Instagrammable #extra-sounding orders on the menu (and they don’t even include something called White Chocolate Cookie Dough Utopia).

 

1. HOT’N’COLD CHOCOLATE FUDGE VOLCANO

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Volcano

Type: Sundae

Description: “A mound of Creams soft vanilla ice cream, hot chocolate fudge cake, flowing with toffee sauce and milk chocolate shavings with a Creams wafer.”

 

2. SOUR CANDY HIT

 

A post shared by Creams Cafe (@creamscafeuk) on

Type: Sundae

Description: “Blue bubblegum gelato and Amalfi lemon sorbet, Creams soft vanilla ice cream, bubble gum sauce, sour Skittles, popping candy and a Creams wafer.”

 

3. ULTIMATE CHOCOLATE BUBBLEPOP WAFFLE

 

A post shared by Creams Cafe (@creamscafeuk) on

Type: Bubble waffle

Description: “Maltesers gelato and choc chip Gelato, Creams soft vanilla ice cream, milk chocolate sauce, shavings of both white and milk chocolate and pieces of Maltesers with Creams wafer. Chocolatey enough for you?”

 

4. THE BANANA BURRITO 

 

A post shared by Creams Cafe (@creamscafeuk) on

 Type: Crepe

Description: “Whole fresh banana with milk chocolate sauce and milk chocolate shavings all rolled up in a hot fresh crepe.

 

5. HOT OREO HEAVEN

 

A post shared by Owen Luckhurst (@doctordisco63) on

Type: Dessert

Description: “Milk choc cookie dough base with, Oreo gelato, milk chocolate sauce, Oreo cookies and a Creams wafer.”

 

6. THE S’MOR-E-OREO

 

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Type: Freakshake

Description: “Oreo gelato and chocolate brownie gelato blended with milk, Creams soft vanilla ice cream, crushed Oreos, milk chocolate sauce, mini marshmallows, Creams wafer and an Oreo cookie.”

 

7. THE SWEET SHOP

 

A post shared by Creams Cafe (@creamscafeuk) on

Type: Bubble waffle

Description: “Double the bubble - blue and pink bubblegum gelatos, Creams soft vanilla ice cream, drizzled with bubblegum syrup and strawberry sauce, liberally sprinkled with 100s & 1000s sprinkles, Smarties. Topped with a Creams wafer.”

 

8. NUTTY BANNOFFLE

 

A post shared by Creams Cafe (@creamscafeuk) on

Type: American-style waffle

Description: “Sliced banana, oozed with nutty Creams-a-tella and gooey toffee sauce.”

 

9. MOCH-A-FREAK-GATO! 

Type: Freakshake

Description: “Vanilla pod gelato and white chocolate gelato blended with milk, Creams soft vanilla ice cream, milk chocolate sauce, milk chocolate shavings and a Creams wafer. All served with a shot of espresso to pour over.”

 

10. BLANCO CHOCOLATE SUPREMO

 

A post shared by Creams Cafe (@creamscafeuk) on

Type: Dessert

Description: “White choc cookie dough base with white chocolate gelato, white chocolate sauce, white chocolate shavings, whipped cream, Creams wafer and a piece of white Kinder Bueno.” 

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