Chef Liran EIlon invites you to his magic laboratory at Cookie Cream for a hands-on workshop, where you will learn how to prepare ice cream – starting with choosing the raw materials, through the flavors and further to the different designs, and finally to tasting the perfect cold ice cream served between two mouth melting […]
Chef Liran EIlon invites you to his magic laboratory at Cookie Cream for a hands-on workshop, where you will learn how to prepare ice cream – starting with choosing the raw materials, through the flavors and further to the different designs, and finally to tasting the perfect cold ice cream served between two mouth melting cookies.
Suitable for Children from 6 years old
This activity will be held in Hebrew
Duration of activity: About one hour
About the Location
The artisan Cookie Cream is an ice cream parlor that opened this year in Machane Yehuda, managed to break the code of the perfect dessert- excellent ice cream served between two mouth melting cookies. The ice cream is prepared with raw materials imported from Italy, and among the many flavors you’ll also find vegan ice cream. After choosing your flavor, the next challenge is choosing one of the many cookies baked at the premises. This is definitely a challenge everyone wants to take on.
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