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Throughout Jupiter there is plenty of delicious and unique ice cream shops and parlors for the perfect snack. From the brightly colored walls, rows of sweets and cookies, delicious milkshakes, and the fresh smell of waffle cones and sprinkles, here is some of the best Ice Cream Shops in Jupiter.

Palm Beach Ice Cream
With locations both in Jupiter and Tequesta, Palm Beach Ice Cream is a local favorite. The homemade ice cream shop has been in business for over 30 years and has been creating unique and special flavors that everyone will enjoy. The shop offers ice cream, yogurts, sorbets, sherbets, no sugar added flavors and seasonal flavors. Flavors include vanilla, chocolate, pumpkin spice, Butterfinger, brownie bites, Reese’s peanut butter cup, Oreo and

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Florida’s best ice cream/gelato shop is right here in our own backyard, Juno Beach.  According to Yelp the “best ice cream/gelato” in Florida is right here in Palm Beach County.  Yelp is a website and mobile app which publishes crowd-sourced reviews about businesses.  The reviews are in and Matty’s Gelato Factory, 867 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach is considered the best gelato in Florida!

After a long hot summer day at the beach something cold and refreshing would hit the spot.  The frozen delicacy is enjoyed by kids and kids at heart alike.  No need for a special occasion to enjoy gelato – its not a healthy lifestyle saboteur, rather a sensible option to ice cream.

Gelato has been an Italian dessert essential since the late 1600’s.

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The next time you're in the mood for some ice cream or a milkshake, check out one of these 10 shops from Tequesta to Delray.

Palm Beach Ice Cream- Tequesta

Palm Beach Ice Cream is a vintage shop with more than 42 old-fashioned ice creams, yogurts, sorbets and sugarless treats. It's super cute and matches the hometown Tequesta vibe. They're located at 239 U.S. 1.

Matty's Gelato Factory- Juno Beach

Matty Cairo, the 23-year-old owner of Matty's Gelato Factory uses only real ingredients in his delectable gelato. “When I’m making my sorbets, I’m blending up real fruit," he said in an interview, "I’m using mangoes, not mango flavoring. With my cannoli gelato, I make my cannoli cream here, then I’m crushing cannoli shells on top.” Come support

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 I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream.  Have you ever wondered when did ice cream become bad, fattening and taboo?  It is usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, and often combined with fruits or other ingredients and flavors. Doesn’t sound sinister.  It’s time to revisit summer days of our youth and dive into a guiltfree, delicious ice cream cone.  

Before the development of modern refrigeration,I ice cream was a luxury reserved for special occasions.  With South Florida’s sunny days and tropical climate, it is typical to spend a day out on the salty beaches. Everyday is the Palm Beaches is a special occasion.  There is nothing more enjoyable than to cool down with an ice-cold confection occasionally. An ice-cream cone

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Sloan’s Ice Cream, Palm Beach Gardens, is a unique ice cream and sweets shoppe. The first location of Sloan’s was in West Palm Beach, Florida in 1999. Their goal was “to create an ice cream utopia for the young and young at heart.” They have succeeded with locations in South Florida, California and most recently in Kuwait.

Ice cream has been around for many, many years. Ice cream's origins are known to range back to the second century B.C.  No exact date of origin, or inventor, has been credited with its innovation. It is known that Alexander the Great enjoyed snow and ice flavored with honey and nectar. Theological references show that King Solomon was fond of iced drinks during reaping. It is understood that during the Roman Empire, Caesar,

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