The Best Dessert Places For Kids In Brisbane

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We asked you for your thoughts on the best places in Brisbane for you to get icecream and desserts for you and your Brisbane Kids and this is what you told us (in no particular order). If you know of one that isn’t on this list, or anything that has changed, then please let us know in the comments area below.

The Top 10 Dessert Places in Brisbane are in no particular order, determined by a very casual nomination process through social media

The Best Dessert and Icecream Places in Brisbane

1. Gelateria Cremona in Rosalie

This lovely gelateria is famous for its delicious gelati, made fresh daily for your yummy enjoyment. They have an amazing array of flavours, including Ferrero Rocher that has actual chunks of Ferrero inside!

151 Baroona Rd, Rosalie

2. Cold Rock

Special mentions include the Calamvale and Rosalie Cold Rock locations. Cold Rock is most well known for its capacity to take wonderful icecream and smash it together will all other sorts of goodies like Caramello Koalas or Gummi Bears. Truly an experience your Brisbane Kid will love!

Head to the Cold Rock website for a list of Brisbane locations.

3. Baskin Robbins

Special mentions included Albany Creek and Bulimba Baskin Robbins. Baskin Robbins offer a variety of the most beautiful icecream flavours. Each to their own, but their Chocolate Mousse Royale would be a hit with the most dedicated of chocolate lovers.

Head to the Baskin Robbins Website for a list of Brisbane locations.

4. Cowch at South Brisbane & Chermside

Not limited to just icecream, Cowch is a chocolate-lover’s heaven! Decadent desserts are their specialty. Try their ‘Naked Pops’ – your choice of a Vanilla, Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Bubble Gum, Strawberry or Peppermint icecream on a stick, dipped in Milk, Dark, White or Caramel, then covered with your choice of toppings!

2/179 Grey St, South Bank | Westfield Chermside

5. Gelato Messina in South Brisbane & Fortitude Valley

Unique flavours of icecream are what Gelato Messina do best. Their menu consists of 35 permanent flavours (we highly, highly recommend the Salted Caramel & White Chocolate!!), along with 5 rotating weekly specials. Gelato Messina even has their own dairy farm to produce the super creamy Jersey cow milk used in their recipes. Check out their special birthday cakes too – they are incredible creations!

1/109 Melbourne St, South Brisbane | 48 James St, Fortitude Valley

6. Max Brenner at South Bank

Chocolate heaven on earth.. decadence beyond belief. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw the amount of chocolate on offer at Max Brenners! Chocolate waffles for breakfast? Why not?? With a Mexican hot chocolate? SURE! Honestly, if you love chocolate and you haven’t been to Max Brenner’s, then GO NOW! But be warned that they are super popular and despite the ample sitting room as well as helpful and plentiful staff, long lines are commonplace. Still, it is worth it!

1/2 Little Stanley St, South Bank

7. La Macelleria Gelateria at Teneriffe, West End, Bowen Hills & Coorparoo

Some of the best, traditional Italian gelati in Brisbane can be found at La Macelleria Gelateria. Made with fresh milk, fresh cream, sugar and natural flavours, don’t mistake this for icecream! Flavours include Stracciatella, Pistacchio, Caffe, Tiramisu and more.

10-29 Florence St, Teneriffe | 321 Montague Rd, West End | 4/25 King St, Bowen Hills | 6/300 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo Square

8. Jeppo Gelato in Cleveland

Jeppo Gelato prides themselves on their gelato and sorbet that is made on the premises and is all natural.  All sorbets are 100% fat-free, gluten-free and count towards your daily fruit serving – Yummy!!! With 20 flavours on offer, it’s well worth a visit.

109 Bloomfield St, Cleveland

9. Nodo Donuts in Newstead, CBD & Camp Hill

Featuring 100% gluten free offerings, Nodo is a must-try. With a philosophy of “EAT DONUTS FOR BREAKFAST”, Nodo focuses on health and naturally gluten free ingredients to create fun and delicious treats for everyone. For kids, check out the waffles with coconut ice cream, berries, and organic maple syrup.

1 Ella St, Newstead | 300 Elizabeth St, Brisbane CBD | 25 Samuel St, Camp Hill Marketplace

10. Milani House of Gelato in Hamilton

Last, BUT NOT LEAST! Milani House of Gelato has won all sorts impressive awards. Not knowing there even were awards for this typoe of thing, we are impressed! Milani was nominated several times by Brisbane mums and dads, so this place must be good! Their website shows an array of yummy desserts; from the decadent Banana Split or Death by Chocolate, to the Coppa Della Casa featuring fruit salad and sorbet. Check out Milani for custom gelati cakes and other desserts to take away as well.

4/53 Racecourse Rd, Hamilton

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2 responses to “The Best Dessert Places For Kids In Brisbane”

  1. […] Strawberry ice cream from their scrummy cafe menu. We have heard this could be some of the best icecream in Brisbane.  It doesn’t stop there, if you have a real sweet tooth the pancakes with strawberries and cream […]

  2. Carla Dolphin says:

    Mud at Bulimba is now closed.

    Sugomi gelateria is down the alley behind Sugomi Italian Restaurant on Oxford St Bulimba and has amazingly delicious award winning gelato.

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