Ice Cream in Layton: Peaches, Peaches, Peaches and Cream

When the air outside cools ever-so-slightly and the kids are going back to school, the first culinary delight of early fall makes a delightful appearance in local food fare: peaches!

There are peach fairs, Peach Days, peach cobblers, peach jam, peach pie and peaches and cream???????but none of them is quite so wonderful as peaches and ice cream???????especially if the ice cream is frozen custard!

In Layton, Utah, you can track the seasons by the flavors featured in the opt-in cell phone text offers coming from the ever-popular Nielsen????????s Frozen Custard on Main Street. In the summer, it????????s likely to be root beer or mint chocolate chip. Fall might bring pumpkin but, in the early fall, it just has to be peaches???????and it????????s worth waiting for! Peaches and cream was never quite this peachy or this good.

Nielsen’s is packed in the summertime when temperatures soar; in fact, there is often a line going out the door. Customers get hooked on the custard and keep coming back when the weather cools things off. It’s the go-to spot for after football games at nearby Layton High School–and what better flavor to “kick off” the season than that of local peaches?

Frozen custard done right is ultra-smooth and rich and Nielsen????????s flavors are legendary for being delicious. Add to that the fact that nothing pairs with delicious vanilla cream like peaches.

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