Sometimes you want something that's a little lighter, and more refreshing. We're taking the best of summer, and crafting an ice cream that is as much at home in a bowl in the kitchen, as it is eaten by the spoonful poolside. Another great pairing? Grab a scoop and use it in your favorite sparkling water or fruity beverage!
Available to order by the single pint, a 12-party pack, or if you REALLY want to get serious about your ice cream, a full 3 gallon tub of it. Own a restaurant? Our 4 gallon tubs are perfect for scooping for your customers. Drop us a note on our contact form.
Learn a little about Secret Creamery
We are Vegas Ice Cream
Vegas is home to so many. Each of us has a story, and our story is told through ice cream. From the locally sourced Nevada milk, to supporting local bakeries, printing companies, and more, Secret Creamery embodies what it means to be Vegas Born.
We bring that all to life with unique flavors, small-batch artisan quality, and a dedication to making the best ice cream we can.
High Quality Ingredients
Our committment to quality runs deep and is part of what we founded the company on.
We use only the highest quality ingredients, including our fruit flavors. We use a pasteurized fruit puree, not just a "flavoring." Our cheese flavors use imported cheeses, like our soft goat chevre for our Blueberry Goat Cheese flavor.
Taking Ice Cream Home
One of the hallmarks of our ice cream is not adding in additional stablizers, but that does pose a SLIGHT problem. Our ice cream tends to melt quickly.
We do ask if you want to enjoy our ice cream in the comfort of your own home, please bring insulated containers with ice bricks. We do some times have ice bricks we provide at no charge, but those are on a limited basis.
Small batches, everytime
Theres two main ways to make ice cream, either in a batch freezer, or a continuious line freezer.
While we love to nerd out about ice cream science, we use the batch freezing method. It allows us to have much better granular control over the content of the ice cream, and is generally regarded as the gold standard in ice cream manufacturing.