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Remember the summers of your youth when all you needed on a blisteringly hot summer afternoon was a frozen pop or ice cream cone? Thankfully, you’re never too old to indulge in this summer tradition. Here are a few “treateries” in the Fort Worth region to help you stay chill all season long.

Melt Ice Creams

Don’t be fooled by the name: This delectable treat won’t even have time to melt because you’ll eat it so quickly. Melt features a menu of six “always flavors,” including classics like vanilla (known here as “Beans”) and chocolate, as well as a rotating menu of four unique flavors like Pineapple Upside Down Cake and vegan Peanut Butter Explosion, that keep things fresh and interesting for customers. Be sure to drop by on “Taco Tuesday” which features ice cream “tacos” covered in whipped cream and caramel sauce.

Steel City Pops

This super cool treat shop is famous in the South for its organic, all-natural, locally-sourced popsicles. Their menu features classic flavors like chocolate, vanilla, strawberry lemonade, and coffee. And there are dips and sprinkles, too, to add an extra kick of fun.

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

If you want something a little healthier than ice cream, head over to Menchie’s. Their frozen yogurt menu features both indulgent and light options – and even some vegan, sugar-free, and low-carb flavors. Local favorites include Creamy Cocoa Hazelnut (made with Nutella), Cinnamon Bun (made with real cream cheese frosting), and the quintessential Texan Banana Pudding (made with Nilla wafers).

Curly’s Frozen Custard

It’s been nearly twenty years since Curly’s burst onto the Fort Worth scene and they have earned a place in locals’ hearts. Frozen custard, which is made not just with cream and sugar, like ice cream, but eggs, as well, creating a richer, denser texture, is a favorite Texas treat and Curly’s is no exception. Try a concrete (Death by Chocolate is a popular choice), or a shake with your choice of frozen custard. If you really want to go all out, dive into a sundae – the Texas Tornado, perhaps? This cold treat comes with a kick of heat in the habanero nut brittle sprinkled on top. Can you handle it?

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