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7 Best Places for Dessert in Delaware

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So, you are all about desserts, huh? Well, look no further than the First State for top-notch cakes, pies, ice cream, sorbet, milkshakes, and more. Whether you take your decadent desserts beachside, or you are into a more pastoral setting, you can’t go wrong with a state that even has its own university milking cows. Plus, you will find pastries, muffins, cupcakes, and, other decadent delights. So get ready to fill a sweet tooth or two as we pig out on the best places for dessert in Delaware.     

Woodside Farm Creamery and Farmstand, Hockessin, DE

What is better than getting fresh dairy from the local scoop shop? Going to the source, of course. Woodside is a working dairy farm and creamery featuring house-made ice cream from Jersey cows on their farm. With a list of mind-bending flavor options to choose from, it doesn’t get any fresher than this, and popular flavors include raspberry sorbet, cotton candy, and chocolate peanut butter.

Bing's Bakery, Newark, DE

This landmark bakery has been churning out breads, pies, and pastries since 1946, making it the First State’s longest-running family-owned bakery. Everything is hand-made daily from scratch, and you’ll find holiday cakes and tarts, fruit pies, custard pies, cookies, fruitcake, cupcakes, pound cakes, and more. Plus, order at the store or online and have one of their delicious confections shipped straight to your door. 

Kaisy's Delights, Rehoboth Beach, DE

From Austrian roots, by way of France and Washington D.C., Kaisy Delights is one part Parisian cafe, one part Hungarian Polka music, and one part Austrian chalet. You’ll find Polish-French fries, goulash soup, breakfast sandwiches, potato latkes, and sweet indulgences like ice cream, frappes, smoothies, pastries, and the house-made lemonade.

Sweet Nel’s, Wilmington, DE

When you are looking for a sweet treat, it can be difficult to choose between hot or cold dishes. Well, at Sweet Nel’s you can have your cake and eat it too—if by cake you mean ice cream, and if by eating you mean slurping. That’s because this scoop shop not only serves up Nelson’s Dutch Country Organic Ice Cream and house-made gelatos, but they also boast espressos and lattes made with LaColombe Coffee Roasters coffee beans.

Tre Sorelle Dolce Hand-dipped Ice Cream & Italian Ice, Wyoming, DE

Featuring hand-dipped Hershey’s ice cream and Via Veneto Italian Ice, this small dessert stand also has another irresistible lure for both kids and adults alike. What could be more fun than ice cream on a hot summer day, you ask? Ice cream and mini-golf. That’s what. Proudly march that mango Italian ice onto the course and start putting away. The only thing better would be if you had a third hand. 

The Ice Cream Store, Rehoboth Beach, DE

With over 100 hand-dipped ice cream flavors, you’ll find cups, cones, smoothies, milkshakes, cookies and sandwiches, Belgian waffles, and Italian Ice. Plus, you’ll find all kinds of homemade flavors, like waffle cone, buttery salted caramel, and Devil’s Breath Carolina Reaper. With a flavor for all tastes, the Ice Cream Store is you stop on the beach for decadent desserts. 

Sweet Lucy's, Wilmington, DE

If you have got a sweet tooth, Sweet Lucy’s can tame it. We are talking about ice cream sundaes, smoothies, fudge, and hard candy all under one roof. Featuring the locally famous Woodside Farm Creamery ice cream, you can dip it, sprinkle it, add a banana to it, or order straight up, and you will be guaranteed to walk away happy, happy, happy.

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