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This Dun Laoghaire ice cream parlour makes the most wonderful creations

Would you look at these.

THERE’S A REASON you’ll often see the queues filing out the door of Scrumdiddly’s ice cream parlour in Dun Laoghaire:

They serve up the most ridiculous, delicious ice cream creations in the land.

Like this week when they introduced ‘The Creme Egg Pot’

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Layers of Real dairy ice cream, melted cadburys chocolate, our very own ‘Eggy sauce’, chocolate buttons, topped off with a full Creme Egg

Just a casual full Creme Egg thrown on top there.

Look at their ‘Easter Special’ creation

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Yes, that’s half a full-sized Easter egg:

Half a Cadburys (of course!) Easter egg filled with our creamy ice cream, any 3 toppings of your choice and a deluxe sauce or fresh strawberries

They make the best waffles too – this is their Snickers Waffle Cone

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Its reputation precedes it – the reason so many people follow them on Facebook to check out what is essentially dessert porn

The Jammy Dodger is chock full of decadent goodness:

Whipped dairy ice cream, crushed biscuits, our Jammy Dodger sauce(think the inside chewy bit!) fresh cream, raspberry sorbet and a big jammie dodger on top.

Scrumdiddly’s is an ice cream institution that is worth a visit

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Ah yeah, a crushed Oreo Belgian waffle.

There’s not too many finer ice cream experiences in Ireland

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A “spiritual experience” just about sums it up

We are lucky to have them.

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