#MadeByMAKERS: Female Ice Cream Makers
Who doesn't scream for ice cream?
We're celebrating female ice cream makers by featuring some of their finest creations and flavors.
To help these women gain even more momentum in the ice cream industry, you can familiarize yourself with their brands and keep an eye out for their delicious desserts in freezers and stores.
Coolhaus | Natasha Case, who was named Forbes' 30 Under 30 in 2014, co-founded Coolhaus in 2009 with Freya Estreller. Together, they've sold architecturally-inspired gourmet ice cream sandwiches from trucks and two stores in Los Angeles.
Smitten Ice Cream | Robyn Sue Fisher's grueling consulting job landed her in the ice cream making business. Fueled by her late night cravings, she left her career to pursue her love of ice cream, and studied at Stanford Business School. Her artisan ice cream has since captivated
Blue Marble Ice Cream | Alexis Miesen and Jennie Dundas founded Blue Marble in 2007 in Brooklyn, N.Y. Their mission was simple: "to offer a product that made tastebuds happy and hearts feel good."
Amy's Ice Creams | Amy Simmons opened up her ice cream shop in Austin, Texas, in 1984, on the philosophy of "making people's day." Amy's Ice Creams has since grown to 15 stores in three cities, and is known worldwide.
Molly Moon's Ice Cream | Molly Moon Neitzel is the proud owner of this popular Seattle-based local ice cream chain that was founded in 2008. She has since launched a cookbook and her quality artisan ice cream has been featured in countless magazines and newspapers across the country.