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Milk & Cream Is Officially Slinging Ice Cream Stuffed Pastry On Lower Greenville

A true gift this time of year

Milk & Cream milky bun
Behold: a milky bun
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The heat may have abated a bit in the past few days, but that doesn’t mean that you still won’t need to cool off. Fortunately, the debut of Milk & Cream is about to make things a whole lot easier.

Over the weekend, the brand new sweet shop opened its doors at 5420 Ross Ave. The spot offers Dallas’ first "milk and cream buns," or a doughnut-like pastry that is stuffed with the ice cream flavor of your choice and a selection of toppings, like Fruity Pebbles, chocolate chips, and whipped cream.

The milky bun has origins in Southern California, where Milk & Cream founder Man Ho first tried the trendy treat. It was invented at Afters Ice Cream in Orange County in 2014, and was once poised to dethrone the cronut as the country’s hottest new dessert craze. That didn’t quite happen, but still – the combination of warm pastry and cool ice cream is always a winner.

Don’t wait until it’s unbearably hot again to get your hands on a milky bun. By then, the lines will be out the door.

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