Get a Flight of Ice Cream and Climb on a Train at this Fort Saskatchewan Ice Cream Shop

Quick trips for ice cream are my kids love language, and we’re just about through our list of places to get ice cream in (and around) the city of Edmonton and it’s not even the end of the first month of summer vacation.

We’re killing it. I know. 

Today’s ice cream was a flight of ice cream in Fort Saskatchewan at Millers Ice Cream, set up for the summer at CN where kids can not only get ice cream cones, mini doughnuts and a wonderful assortment of dipped cones or sundaes, but Miller Crossing is also serving up ice cream flights, with four scoops of flavours, sans cone, for you to indulge in.

Pro tip: you can even add mini doughnuts to your sundae!

You could share, you could grab it for the family, or you could eat it all up yourself, getting four scoops of ice cream to try a new flavour or two (shark attack – a delicious blue raspberry flavoured ice cream).

Each flight of ice cream is $10, and includes four scoops of your choice of flavours.

Find Millers Ice Cream scooping up classic Foothills Creamery flavours at 10030 99 ave in Fort Saskatchewan.