Sweet! Help create a 'Live in the D' sweet treat

By Lisa Ray, Managing Editor, ClickOnDetroit.com, @ClickOnLisa, lray@wdiv.com
Published On: Sep 30 2013 10:28:51 AM EDT
FERNDALE, Mich. -

This is a sweet deal! Now is your opportunity to come up with a customized ice cream flavor for Treat Dreams, a dessert shop in Ferndale.

All you have to do is tell us which ingredients you'd like included in the 'Live in the D' tasty treat. We'll announce the winner on Friday, October 5th on Live in the D. In return, you're concoction will be sold at Treat Dreams for two weeks. How's that for cool?

LEAVE YOUR 'LIVE IN THE D' ICE CREAM RECIPE BELOW

INTERACTIVE: Design your own ice cream truck

Some of our unique ice cream flavors so far:

  • Honey Lavender
  • Rosemary Olive Oil
  • Coconut Chai-Tea
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Hot Jalepeno
  • Mexican Chocolate
  • Brown Sugar Ham
  • Pistachio Wasabi
  • Purple Yam (Ube)
  • Chocolate Covered Potato Chip Ice Cream
  • Sunday Breakfast (gotta love bacon!)

About Treat Dreams

The goal at Treat Dreams is to produce the best and most innovative ice creams and custom desserts in SE Michigan.  our products are lovingly created in small batches on site.  we strive to use local ingredients and vendors whenever possible, and take pride in our exotic flavor combinations.  see our "products" page for some of our more unique flavors.

Since opening in August 2010 Treat Dreams has made over 500 different flavors.  we feature 12-14 hard ice creams daily, plus 1-2 sorbets (lactose free) and homemade VEGAN ice cream!

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