THE SCOOP

THE SCOOP

The Scoop is a small ice cream & waffle shop, locally owned and loved by its neighbors. The owner creates all the flavors and works hard to make her business a success. They make new flavors almost hourly in their store. It a pretty cool sight if you catch them at a time they are mixing the liquid nitrogen.

The Scoop has become a one-stop-shop for their South Hill neighborhood. After serving their ice cream in Spokane for 10 years, they’ve perfected their methods. They have some bomb ice cream but their waffles are what really set them apart from their competition. They can do sweet or savory Belgium waffles.

They offer about 16 flavors at all times and it only takes them about 15 min to whip up a new batch (assuming the ingredients are prepped). 

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“Uniquely different and all natural, their liege waffles contain pearl sugar within yeast- raised dough. Delightfully sweet and slightly crunchy, they are great just off the iron or with their tasty toppings. Originally created in Belgium for a Prince… The Scoop has them right here for you in Spokane!”

I love their Berries & Biscoff Flavor. Cookie butter is God-sent. It’s made with Berries, Biscoff cookie butter & whipped cream. They can also make you a variety of waffle sandwiches. I tried their new waffle sandwich flavor complete with ham, cheese, cream cheese, jalapeños, and topped with powdered sugar. It was an explosion of flavors and really unique.

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The scoop is about a 30 min walk from Manito park and a 10 min walk from Comstock Park. They work hard to create new, unique flavors. I got to see them in the process of creating a bubble gum flavor. They were literally steeping big-league-chew in milk. They try to keep their flavors natural, simple, and fresh.

Their basil flavor was pretty much just pureed basil mixed with heavy cream. Sounds nasty, tastes amazing… and I convinced myself it was healthy. Another unique flavor they had was their black currant sour cream. It was creamy and sour. Sounds iffy… but it worked. 

They have a corner perfectly dedicated to kids as well as a kids cone size for only $1!

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XOXO

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The Scoop (1001 W 25th Ave // 509.535.7171)

6 Comments

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