field fare, suppliers of quality, freshly frozen foods have just launched an exciting NEW range of co-branded luxury ice cream and sorbet with Granny Gothard's.
We are delighted to be supplying Mole Valley Farm Shops with Granny Gothards Ice Cream. The first lucky store is Bridgwater and we are hoping to be following up with more stores in Somerset as soon as possible.
We are also thrilled to be working with Loaf & Larder, part of Olives Et Al and the ice cream is now available at their retails sites in Cheddar, Chichester and Wendover with more stores opening in 2015.
Come and see us at the Farm Shop & Deli show April 20th at the NEC for the exciting launch of our collaboration with Field Fare and taste the ice cream we have lovingly made for all their customers, you can even taste some for yourself.
The girls at Granny Gothards have been working on new product development and are pleased to tell you that there will be a number of new flavours appearing this Spring. Look out for our Banana and Passion Fruit Sorbet and out stunning Black Pepper Ice cream to name two.
Further details together with all our news will be posted in the next 2 weeks.
Enjoy this amazing weather and long may it continue
Granny Gothards are delighted to add their new Peanut Butter Ice Cream to their range of ice creams. Due to its immediate success we have also developed a Cashew Nut Butter.......simply stunning. We are proud to be using Meridian Organic Nut Butters.
Granny Gothards have been busy with the new season blackberries and now have in stock our amazingly tart and refreshing Blackberry Sorbet, delicious on its own or served with our stunning Clotted Cream Ice Cream. And also don’t forget our Blackberry & Apple Ice Cream made with the wonderful juicy blackberries and tart apples, all mixed together with fresh double cream and fresh as it get Granny Gothards milk from our stunning herd of beautiful dairy cows.
Autumn newsletter 2014
Well it seems almost unbelievable that we are almost through September. The parlour has been so busy that the summer months flew by in the blink of an eye. With glorious weather through June and July the ice cream 'season' got off to a flying start and thanks to the lovely Indian summer it is still going strong. It seems that we no sooner put fresh batches on the freezer shelves than they are empty again – long may it continue!
Have you been inspired by the Great British Bake Off Baked Alaska Challenge then why not try one of our amazing Ice Cream Kits. You can make the Ice Cream without the need of an ice cream machine, bake your own sponge and then use the egg whites you have left over from the ice cream to make the perfect meringue to cover it all.
Be careful no one takes your ice cream out of the freezer!!