Frohzen debut new menu items just in time for Miami’s warmer weather

Frohzen, the whimsical ice cream shop by longtime protégé of the late Joël Robuchon, executive pastry chef Salvatore Martone, has debuted new and exciting menu items that make for the ideal indulgence as the Miami weather heats up.

Known for his boundless creativity and use of innovative techniques, Martone has developed unique and Insta-worthy treats, all using his signature ice cream flavors as the base. Frohzen’s classic desserts including Ice Cream Cupcakes, Frohzen Macarons, Cake-sicles and Ice Cream Cakes remain on the menu.

His newest creation is the Ice Cream Donut ($7). Taking inspiration from the beloved dessert, but made completely out of ice cream, the donuts have two layers of different ice cream flavors, dipped in chocolate and topped with a signature glaze. The Ice Cream Donut comes in two different flavors with additional flavors to come:
Jelly — frutti di bosco berry sorbet and donut dough ice cream covered in white chocolate and topped with red glaze, and

Boston Cream — chocolate ice cream and donut dough ice cream dipped in chocolate and topped with yellow glaze.

An elevated version of a classic treat, Cookie Sandwiches ($7), have been added to the menu alongside the popular Frohzen Macarons. Homemade cookies are filled with ice cream and rolled in sprinkles and Fruity Pebbles. They come in flavors including:
Oreo — in a chocolate chip cookie, rolled in sprinkles, and

Guava Maria — in a sugar cookie, rolled in Fruity Pebbles.

For those who prefer to drink their ice cream, Milkshakes ($10) are now available and are created with Martone’s unique “cake ice creams,” which are made by blending house made sheet cakes with an ice cream base. Milkshakes are topped off with colorful marshmallow lollipops, crumbles, sauces and, of course, sprinkles. Milkshake flavors include: Birthday Cake, Chocolate, Red Velvet, and Tres Leches.

Lastly, double-flavor Popsicles ($5) for easy, on-the-go indulging come in flavors such as: Raspberry Pistachio, Coconut Mango, and Chocolate Hazelnut.

Martone recently opened a second Frohzen location at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, inside the group’s Cafe Leonelli, expanding the brand’s presence and bringing his signature cold treats to Texas.

Frohzen Miami is located at 151 NE 41 St., Suite 137 in the Miami Design District. The shop is open Tuesdays-Sundays from noon until 8 p.m.


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