Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Popular Holiday Flavor - Apple Cinnamon Gelato


The key to delicious Apple Cinnamon Gelato is patience and practice. I always start with my gelato base recipe and add a little cinnamon. Don't over do the cinnamon because the apple topping also has cinnamon. While the gelato base is churning in the machine, cut fresh apples (don't use canned apples). I prefer medium cut slices versus dicing the apples, but both work fine.

Making the apple topping:
  • Warm sugar and a little water in a pan until caramel consistency
  • Add butter and a little vanilla flavoring
  • Add apple slices to the mixture and continue to cook
  • Sprinkle with cinnamon
  • Cook until apples are soft, but still crispy

Let the apple topping cool. When the gelato base is finish churning, scoop it out and finish with the apple topping. A delicious holiday treat!!!

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Popular Fall Wedding Gelato Flavor

I must admit that I constantly eat gelato. I love our gelato and I enjoy other artisan gelato shop flavors as well. Whenever I travel, I must enjoy gelato made by other passionate chefs.

However, I must admit that every now and then there is a popular flavor that I slowly grow to love then become obsessed. At present, a very popular flavor brides are selecting is Sea Salt Caramel gelato. My clients love this flavor. There is something about the salty, creamy gelato mixed with handmade burnt caramel that makes it a huge success.

I am slowly starting to like the flavor that everyone is obsessed with. Maybe as I make it over and over in October, I will become obsessed as well.


 Sea Salt Caramel


Large event with 10 flavor (see Sea Salt Gelato)
 
 


Delicious Cheesecake Gelato
 
 


Tiramisu Gelato

Saturday, August 31, 2013

Gelato - Indian Wedding

August was a great month for enjoying gelato during a special event.

We had the opportunity to serve gelato during several different types of weddings this month. The lake wedding was absolutely gorgeous. The selection of gelato served during the event was perfect for an outside wedding.
Fresh Leaf Mint Chocolate Chip Gelato

Key Lime Pie Gelato
 
Almond Rocky Road Gelato

 
Caramel Pecan Gelato

 
Other Amazing Flavors Served: Vanilla, Cookies & Cream and Coconut.

 

In August, we also had the opportunity to cater an Indian wedding. Indian weddings are so beautiful and colorful. I so enjoy catering Indian weddings. The selection of gelato served during the wedding was a hit. The favorite was the Strawberries and Cream.

Strawberries and Cream Gelato


Caramel Gelato
 Other flavors served during the wedding were Belgian Dark Chocolate Gelato and Raspberry Sorbet.


We served so many great flavors during our events in August. My personal favorite was the Pecan Dark Chocolate Rocky Road. There is something about dark chocolate and pecans that I absolutely love.......
 

 

 
Dark Chocolate Rocky Road

 

Sunday, August 4, 2013

We Have Moved!!!!!

Yes, the news in true. Dreamy Gelato and Chocolates has moved to a commercial kitchen.

We will be focusing exclusively on our catering business. We are extremely excited that we have more space and time to focus on this area of our business that has grown tremendously over the past 3 years.

We enjoyed our time at The Avenue Forsyth/The Collections Forsyth! We will miss our loyal, amazing customers.

We catered several events right after we moved into the new space. Stressful, but very exciting. If you have any questions, please contact us at info@dreamygelato.com.

Cheers!!

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Another Dreamy Gelato Wedding!

I love events that have a variety of gelato flavors.
 
We served caramel gelato (the caramel is made in house from scratch), strawberry gelato (made with fresh strawberries), coconut (one of my personal favorite spring flavors), cappuccino gelato (made with roasted espresso beans) and cookie dough (the dough is made by hand).
 
We strive to make and serve only the best!
 







Saturday, May 11, 2013

Another Gelato Event! - Prom

Last weekend, we had the opportunity to cater our gelato at a prom. The venue was beautiful and the d├ęcor unmatched.
 
For this huge event, Dark Chocolate Chip Gelato, Lemon Sorbet and Mango Sorbet were the selected flavors.
 
 





 

Our timeless dessert was perfect for an unforgettable event.
 

Sunday, April 21, 2013

Gelato Cart - Private School Event

We cater weddings, corporate events, and mitzvahs. We occasionally have the opportunity to partner with local schools and do something unique and exciting. Below are the flavors selected for this event.
 
 

 
 

The white cake batter with sprinkles made the most beautiful pattern when swirled into the cup. Cookies and Cream is our most popular flavor in the store and for all events.........even weddings!!!!!!

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Real Hot Chocolate

 
With the recent cold weather, I can't imagine anything better than hot chocolate made the Dreamy Gelato way.

Sunday, February 17, 2013

A Dreamy Gelato Wedding - Refreshing Sorbets

This was an exquisite wedding and a great way to start off the 2013 wedding season.

Sorbet only weddings require creativity and insight. The color variation in the cart was absolutely gorgeous!






Flavors: Pineapple, Kiwi and Blueberry Sorbet

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Chocolate Wedding Favors - Unique, Detailed and Beautiful



Our client wanted to personalize her custom truffles with her favorite Savannah resort. Her truffles were absolutely stunning!!!


Monogram truffles are our signature, but this client wanted to take the detail in her monogram to the next level. Gorgeous.....


These truffles would leave you speehless!

Saturday, January 19, 2013

Wedding Favors: Make A Statement

For most brides, the wedding favors are the last thing on the list to select before the big day and for most guests, receiving the favors mark the end of a memorable event. It is very important for the favor to evoke emotions (i.e. happiness, joy, etc), to be unique and to make a statement. What could be a better statement to family and friend then "Thank you"?




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