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Brooker’s Founding Flavors Ice Cream

(Last Updated On: July 19, 2021)

Brooker’s Founding Flavors Ice Cream is one of our favorite ice cream parlors in Utah Valley. The entire ice cream shop is based on American History, and they have expanded to three locations. The flavors and themes definitely make it worth a visit.

Founding Flavors ice cream is all natural and made with no artificial colors or flavors. The workers told us that their blueberry ice cream, for example, is made with only blueberries for flavoring. Their dairy products come from a local organic farm, and all ice cream is made on site. We watched the owner making ice cream while we were in the store. Best of all, the ice cream is really delicious!

The ice cream is all made in the store.
Every flavor we tried was amazing.

We liked the theme around Brooker’s Founding Flavors. The entire shop resembles 1776. This means that the workers are in costume, and the decor includes a pillory and old wooden barrels. The names of all the products recall the Founding Fathers, which we thought was pretty cool. We ordered “Schuyler’s Sister’s Kiss” and “James Madison’s Constitutional Crunch” among others. My favorite is Patrick Henry’s Give Me Chocolate or Give Me Death. Of course, you can try as many flavors as you want. We actually felt a little bad holding up the line because it took us so long to choose!

The store has such a fun atmosphere.
The names of the ice cream put us back in tenth grade US History class.
Our boys loved being put into the stocks.
The workers were adorable all dressed up like early Americans.

There are sundaes, shakes, and drinking chocolate, too, though we didn’t try those on our first trip. You will love the ice cream and the history at Brooker’s Founding Flavors Ice Cream! For a list of their flavors, visit the Brooker’s Founding Flavors Ice Cream website.

Locations

  • Provo: 748 E 820 N in Provo
  • Vineyard: 568 N. Mill Rd Suite A101 (in front of the Geneva Megaplex Theaters), Vineyard.
  • Herriman: 11953 Herriman Main Street, Unit 400 in Herriman

Hours: Monday-Saturday 11 am – 11 pm. Closed Sundays.

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