With These Crazy Israeli Ice Cream Flavors, Who Needs Ben & Jerry's

Combining local products and a radical approach, Israeli ice cream makers are revolutionizing everyone’s favorite summer treat. And once you accept that ice cream doesn’t always have to be super-sweet, it’s really quite delicious

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Top left: Greek yogurt popsicle with berry and almond sauce from Greco Deli pop-up ice cream by Gal Kalderon. Top right: Beet sorbet from Sirmione Yogurt, in the Arab town of Kalansua, by Moti Milrod. Bottom right: Baklava-flavored ice cream, in Shfaram Ice Cream by Rami Shllush. Bottom left: Pine nut and saffron ice cream, topped with grilled parmesan cheese from Arte Italian Ice Cream, by Tomer Appelbaum
Clockwise from top left: Beet sorbet; pine nut and saffron ice cream, topped with grilled Parmesan cheese; Greek yogurt popsicle with berry and almond sauce; baklava-flavored ice cream.Credit: Gal Kalderon / Moti Milrod / Rami Shllush / Tomer Appelbaum
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz

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