Our Ice Cream


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We make all our ice cream and sorbets on site at the parlour using milk and cream from local Nottinghamshire herds and we also use locally sourced produce, wherever possible. Damsons from the old farm’s hedgerows are collected to make our wonderful damson and cream ice cream and rhubarb from our garden is spun into a rhubarb and ginger tangy sorbet. We have used Bramley apples from our orchard, which originated in nearby Southwell to ribbon through our Bramley & cinder toffee ice cream.

Waffles, homemade pancakes and squidgy chocolate brownies are drenched in our amazing butterscotch or chocolate sauce created in our kitchen and then topped off with a scoop of dreamy ice cream for a special treat.

We also serve an array of deliciously naughty sundaes which always create a stir when paraded to your table.


 

Ice Cream Sundaes

Banana Split
A scoop of vanilla, chocolate & strawberry ice cream, a banana,

sauce, cream & hundreds & thousands – Perfect!!

Knickerbocker Glory
Layers of strawberries,  jelly, crunchy meringue &vanilla ice cream. 

Topped with whipped cream, sprinkles + a cherry

Uber Chocolatey Sundae
One scoop of milk magic ice cream & one scoop of chocolate ice cream, 

layered with pieces of chocolate brownie & chocolate sauce. 

Topped with whipped cream and crushed flake

Banoffee Sundae
2 scoops of banoffee ice cream layered with banana, whipped cream, 

caramel sauce and butterscotch chips

Milk Magic Sundae
1 scoop of milk magic ice cream with an explosion of syrup and sprinkles

Cow Pat Sundae
1 scoop of chocolate ice cream with chocolate sauce, 

crushed flake, mini maltesers +marshmallows

 Jelly Belly Sundae
1 scoop of milk magic ice cream with strawberry jelly, 

sprinkles + syrup

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Within our first year we were proud to be awarded a gold star in the Guild of Fine Food’s Great Taste Awards for our luscious lemon curd ice cream.
We always have 16 fabulous flavours to tempt your taste buds and constantly change the cabinet from week to week to reflect seasonal delights. Why not visit soon to see?


 

Newfield Dairy