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Welcome to Lolas On Ice

Making Speciality Ice Cream - New book due June 2009

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How to Make Sorbets - New book due June 2009
Making Speciality Ice Cream - New book due June 2009

In the Press

On 101 Cookbooks


Ice Cream Recipes

Plum and Earl Grey tea ice cream
in the Independent

Dark Chocolate ice cream
At Express Buzz

Lemon Balm And Poppy Seed ice cream
In The Lady

Speedy Summer Fruit ice cream
In The Metro

Bespoke and Event Ices

Originally called ‘Mr.Frosty’ and parked in a roughshod parking lot close to Land’s End, our vintage Lola’s on Ice van was rescued from neglect in 2005 and driven back to London where it was hand painted in the psychedelic tradition of its era and given a thoroughly deserved judi bola make over.

Lola’s on Ice is a van with attitude! Why should it serve whipped-up palm oil substitutes when it can offer home made ice creams, sorbets and sherbets using primarily organic and seasonal ingredients? Why shouldn’t it challenge taste buds and expectations by offering, for example, beetroot and cassis sorbet, or the ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ experience of horseradish ice cream? How about some other eclectic examples….. caramel flavoured with cumin, miso ice cream or the ever popular Gin and tonic sorbet? Did you know that chefs have been experimenting with whacky flavour combinations for some time (bacon and egg ice cream is a surprise hit at The Fat Duck!) ? Lola’s on Ice has been busy experimenting too!

Our psychedelic ice cream van is probably the most famous ice cream van in the country! It has featured on BBC2’s ’Sweet baby James’ UK TV'S 'Food uncut', entertained at Jamie Oliver’s birthday party and at the UK Music Hall of Fame awards in Crystal Palace, been a regular item at the Big Brother closing parties in Elstree studios and served up ‘Eton Mess’ at Eton College parents day, along with many other high profile events, civil partnership celebrations, weddings and birthday parties.

Our dairy products come from an organically reared Friesian herd in Dorset; our eggs are Soil Association certified organic and our fruit is sourced from Farmers Markets and from high quality fruit purees. As well as experimental flavours, Lola’s on Ice prides itself on its classics - bourbon vanilla ice cream, Valhrona chocolate sorbet and fresh mint ice cream with chocolate brownie, along with kids’ favourites - hokey pokey ice cream, red summer fruit ice cream and mango sorbet. Our website displays a full list of flavours.
Lola’s on Ice is available for hire within an approximate 40 mile radius of central London.

Ice Cream Van Hire rates:

Within the London area – £200 for hire charge (for up to a two hour period) plus £3 per person for a double scoop of ice creams and sorbets. Up to six flavours can be chosen which will be prepared freshly for you.

Outside of the London area – £300 for hire charge and travelling up to a 40 mile radius of Central London (for up to a two hour period at the event) plus £3 per person for a double scoop of ice creams and sorbets. Up to six flavours can be chosen which will be prepared freshly for you.

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07871 797260

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Examples of our seasonal menu

Bourbon vanilla ice cream
with summer fruit, Raspberry sauce or Pedro Ximenez sherry

Red summer fruit ice cream

Valhrona chocolate sorbet with a brandy snap

Pina colada' - coconut and white rum sorbet with pineapple on a stick

Burnt orange caramel ice cream

Eton Mess ice cream

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Affogato al caffé

Fresh mint ice cream with a chocolate brownie

Pineapple and chilli sorbet

Horseradish ice cream

Hokey pokey ice cream


Melon and ginger sorbet

Lemongrass ice cream

Memphis Belle (apricots, Southern Comfort and Oloroso sherry)

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'Black Forest Gateau' Sundae

Star Anise and Saffron Ice Cream

"Turkish Delight" (Rose petal and Lemon Verbena Ice Cream)

Beetroot and Cassis Sorbet

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Press Clippings and Testimonials from our customers.

This is what the Times has to say about Lolas on Ice
And here is an item in the Telegraph (PDF alternative)

Email us

Call me and buy one 07871 797260