Stellas Homemade Ice Cream, Conway

4 Must-Try Tasty Treats at Stella’s Homemade Ice Cream

Indulge in Unique Flavors and Decadent Desserts at This Local Gem

Nestled in the heart of South Carolina, Stella’s Homemade Ice Cream stands as a beacon of sweet indulgence, offering a delicious escape in both its original Murrells Inlet location and its vibrant Conway counterpart. Known for its commitment to quality and creativity, Stella’s brings a delightful array of homemade ice cream, specialty desserts, and cakes to the table, promising an unforgettable experience with every visit. The Conway location, decked out in Coastal Carolina University’s spirited colors, adds an extra layer of local pride to the mix, making it a must-visit for students and fans alike.

1. Homemade Ice Cream

At Stella’s Homemade Ice Cream, the adventure into flavor is ever-changing and delightful. With a commitment to freshness and creativity, Stella’s offers a dynamic selection of homemade ice cream flavors that rotate with the seasons, ensuring there’s always something new to tantalize your taste buds. Whether you’re in the mood for the comforting simplicity of Vanilla, the childhood nostalgia evoked by Cotton Candy, or the innovative delight of Cosmic Brownie, Stella’s ensures a scoop of happiness for everyone. The Blue Moon flavor, a mysterious blend reminiscent of citrus, vanilla, and childhood cereals, serves as a testament to Stella’s creative spirit. For those with specific dietary needs, Stella’s ensures inclusivity with sugar-free and dairy-free options, making every visit a chance to discover a new favorite.

2. Specialty Desserts

Beyond the scoops, Stella’s shines with its specialty desserts, offering everything from the nutty delight of Rocky Road to the cookie lover’s dream in the Oreo Overload sundae. Each creation, like the Samoa Sundae and Peanut Butter Crunch, is a masterpiece of flavors and textures, designed to elevate your ice cream experience to new heights of deliciousness.

4 Must-Try Tasty Treats at Stella's Homemade Ice Cream

3. Ice Cream Cakes

For those special moments or “just because” days, Stella’s ice cream cakes are the answer. Unique blends like Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream with Chocolate Cake, and the classic Vanilla Ice Cream with Brownie Layer, offer a perfect fusion of cake and ice cream for any celebration.

4. Homemade Cakes

Stella’s Homemade Ice Cream elevates the cake experience with an artisan’s touch, crafting each cake with the freshest ingredients and an eye for detail that’s as evident in the taste as it is in presentation. From the zesty Lemon Blueberry Cake that sings with summertime flavors to the decadent Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake, a masterpiece of rich layers, Stella’s cakes are a testament to the bakery’s passion for baking that goes beyond the ordinary. Not just limited to these flavors, Stella’s offers a rotating selection, ensuring there’s always something new and exciting to try.

Stella’s Homemade Ice Cream is more than just an ice cream shop; it’s a journey of flavor and a celebration of local craftsmanship. Whether you find yourself at the original Murrells Inlet location or the university-themed outpost in Conway, you’re in for a treat that’s bound to leave you smiling. With every scoop, sundae, and slice, Stella’s invites you to savor the moment, making it a must-visit destination on South Carolina’s culinary map.

Rachel Alcazar

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Rachel, an award-winning designer and 2018 Winthrop University Graphic Design graduate, excelled in a rigorous program while actively engaging in community service. Her senior year included an internship at Little Red Bird in Charlotte, honing skills in print and digital media. Since joining Real Living, Rachel has become an invaluable team member, contributing to diverse marketing projects—postcards, newsletters, booklets, social media graphics, and more. Her passion lies in translating abstract ideas into tangible materials, aiding agents in selling clients' homes.

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