Cruze Farm Ice Cream makes ice cream from the freshest, most wholesome milk that you’ll find in the Smoky Mountains region. The result of this cow-to-cone approach is a local, quality ice cream that’s as delicious as any other ice cream you’ve had.
All of the milk used to make the ice cream here comes from the Cruze Farm’s Jersey cows. The cows are pastured year-round and never given hormones, so their milk both tastes good and is good for you. The milk itself is never homogenized. This allows the cream to naturally rise to the top, where it can be skimmed off for the production of ice cream.
The ice cream at Cruze Farm Ice Cream can be had in a cone, dish, sundae, milkshake, churn or float, and pints are also available to take home. Available flavors change regularly, but there are always are several good options and a couple of dairy-free options. Sweet Cream, Chocolate, Chocolate Peanut Butter are common favorites. Less-common flavors that might be available include options like Lavender Honey, Red Velvet and Nutella.
All of these ice cream choices are served in a fun, friendly atmosphere that has ample space to sit. Prices ranging from $3 to $6 per treat provide a surprisingly good value, considering how high-quality the ice cream is.
Even among the many ice cream places in the Smoky Mountains, Cruze Farm Ice Cream stands out. Few other (if any) ice cream shops offer locally-sourced ice cream from pastured cows in the region. Bring everyone by for a treat, and it’ll be love at first lick for everyone in your group.
A few of our menu favorites at Cruze Farm Ice Cream include:
Upgrade your cone to a Waffle Cone of your favorite flavor. Bigger and more delicious than a standard cake cone, this is the perfect complement to ice cream that’s this good.
Toasted Coconut Dip
How can you make ice cream that’s this good even better? Add on a Toasted Coconut Dip that has the perfect amount of crunchy sweetness to it.
The churns mix in sweet additions to the ice cream and the S’mores one is extra special. Chocolate ice cream, marshmallows, graham crackers and chocolate sauce combine to create a cold version of the classic camping dessert.
Root Beer Float
A simple standard that’s withstood the test of time, the Root Beer Float continues to be a favorite. Choose whichever flavor ice cream you want, and soon you’ll have a frothy, fizzy treat.
Smother your preferred ice cream in whipped cream and hot fudge, and top it off with a maraschino cherry. Other toppings are available to add if you want to make it extra-special.
– Can’t decide on what flavor of ice cream to get? Just ask for a sample of the once’s you’re considering. Tasting each one might not make the decision any easier, but at least you’ll know what each of the options is like.