The Baked Bear Opening in The Colony

photos courtesy The Baked Bear

The Baked Bear, a California-based ice cream shop recognized for Instagrammable giant ice cream sandwiches, plans to open at Grandscape in The Colony this March.

Childhood friends Rob Robbins and Shane Stanger started The Baked Bear concept in San Diego and have spread the inventive sweets brand across the country. There are five Texas locations, and Shaila Kabani is the local owner for The Colony location.

photos courtesy The Baked Bear
photos courtesy The Baked Bear

The shop’s menu features customizable ice cream sandwiches made with fresh-baked brownies or cookies in flavors including red velvet, Funfetti, cookie dough and more. Customers can choose their ice cream flavor for the sandwiches – anything from Blackberry Crumble and Toasted S’mores to Espresso Bean or Old Fashioned Vanilla. Vegans will be happy to find Vegan Chocolate Chip on the menu. Seasonal flavors as well as a Cookie of the Month will make appearances.

“I am so thrilled that we are bringing The Baked Bear to Dallas and growing our fan base in Texas,” said Shaila. “After visiting the Austin location, I realized that The Baked Bear brand has such a fun and cheerful vibe, I knew my city would love this concept. It’s so unique and I believe it will bring happiness to other people just like it did to me when I visited.”

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The Baked Bear
5752 Grandscape Blvd, Suite 110
The Colony, TX 75056

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1 Comment

  • Can we just create a quicker more direct path to poison our children with sugar?

    Something like an IV bag of sucrose and fructose straight into their veins.

    We now know that obesity and diabetes rates for children in the US is skyrocketing and causing fatty liver and heart disease in young adults at unprecedented rates. Sugar should be a controlled substance just as cigarettes are, it is toxic and destroys health on a chronic basis just as cigarettes do. This is just another irresponsible promotion of sugar for greed.

    Ugly, nasty business no matter how many colored sprinkles you cover it in.

    To learn more go to YouTube and like 10M others watch Robert Lustig Sugar: The Bitter Truth

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