I love custard but frozen custard I never tried before.
I was excited that I finally made the trip to Jedd's Frozen Custard.
The owner was extremely friendly and very informative. He told us what made his custard different from regular ice cream. I don't quite remember what he said since all I could think was "Gimme some custard!" I was hungry. (Then again nothing new there). He let me sample all the flavors. The regular flavors were vanilla and chocolate. As for the flavor of the day, it was banana. Funny thing was the owner hates bananas and he even told us why but regardless, I really liked the banana flavor so I ended up getting a small cup. The texture is much more smoother than regular ice cream. I'm really sorry though but I completely forgot to take pictures of my frozen custard:( I know I'm so terrible how could I possibly forget that.
Now for the remaining pictures the food belongs to my foodie friends. I did not taste any of it so I have no comment except that it looked yummy.
Here was @aarietta's shepherd's pie.
Here was @lu_amy7's pink macaron.
This was @chrisunagi's rhubarb pie.
This was @msgfonz's pie and drink.
Basically can I really tell the difference between frozen custard and regular ice cream? Not really except that it's a bit creamier than regular ice cream. But if you haven't try it yet I think you should go see for yourself and tell me if you can spot the difference. Jedd's is a great place to hang out and satisfy your sweet tooth but would I come for just the frozen custard, not really. But I wouldn't mind trying out the rest of the desserts.
TOTAL BILL $4 (for my small cup of banana frozen custard)...MAY EAT AGAIN?!
2470 Yonge Street
(close to Eglinton)