1. MAKE A BOMBOLONE OR BRIOCHE SANDWICH.You might have had an ice cream sandwich before, but what about with gelato? In Sicilia, a traditional summertime treat is a brioche con gelato, an Italian-style croissant cut in half and filled with one or two – or sometimes even three – scoops of gelato. A variation of this is with a bombolone, a cream-filled doughnut coated in sugar. Can't decide? Try them both! We won't judge.
2. SERVE IT WITH AN EDIBLE WAFER SPOON.Why use a real spoon when you can use an edible wafer? With its added crunch and delicate crisp bite, a wafer spoon is a truly tasty way to enjoy gelato. Did we mention it's also environmentally-friendly? Try pairing your next gelato with Loacker's selection of crispy wafer cookies. Trust us: two treats are better than one!
3. DRIZZLE IT.
It might sound strange at first, but a drizzle of high-quality extra virgin olive oil or balsamic vinegar atop a simple fior di latte gelato is absolutely divine. When it comes to olive oil, the subtle nuances of the fruity and peppery flavors provide a wonderful backdrop for creamy gelato. As for balsamic vinegar, stick to the Traditional Balsamic Vinegar or a balsamic glaze, such as Saba, which offers more contrasting flavors that are deep, complex, and sometimes even caramel-like.