Best Ice Cream in Aurora

Because who doesn’t want a sweet treat?


2501 Dallas St. Inside Stanley Marketplace | get directions

Visit an ice cream shop that’s bound to please everyone with a variety of flavors and outdoor patio. Located inside Stanley Marketplace, Sweet Cow Ice Cream scoops sweet treats in creative and classic American flavors. Complete with waffle cones, sundaes, and even vegan ice cream flavors – this is one place you can’t pass up. Let the kids play around on their in-store grassy patch adorned with bouncy cows or wander around Stanley for a little shopping.

1930 S Havana Street #5-6 | get directions

Try something from across the globe at Snowl. Taiyaki, soft-serve ice cream served in fish-shaped cones, is custom in Japan. Visitors in Aurora can try classic international flavors such as matcha, red bean, and milk tea in addition to American toppings like fruity pebbles. If you’re enjoying ice cream with a crowd, consider ordering a Snow Bowl made from shaved sweetened-condensed milk and loaded with fruit, chocolate, and more toppings. Their trendy shop is made for Instagram-worthy pictures.

5580 S. Parker Rd. | get directions

Here’s your chance to safely enjoy cookie dough. Mixing Bowl Cookie Dough serves up a classic spread of ready-to-eat cookie dough including cake batter, fudge brownie, m&m and more. Aside from cookie dough, enjoy ice cream in creative flavors including Superman, blue raspberry, cherry, and French vanilla and a handful of rotating flavors. Go big with a cookie dough sandwich, sundae, or coffee drink. They also have dough pops for people looking to enjoy cookie dough on-the-go.

12132 E Mississippi Ave | get directions

Settle your cravings for chamango. Neveria Jenday’s in a Mexican-style ice cream and candy shop that serves up cones, sundaes, and fruit drinks. Visitors can choose a classic Mexican-style sweet treat or something more American, like a banana split. Locals rave about their chamango, a smoothie-like drink with lime juice, fresh mango, chili powder, and chamoy sauce topped off with a tamarind straw (a sweet/sour candy).