The BYU Creamery has been a Provo staple since 1949 and serves more than 191,000 gallons of ice cream each year. Originally only selling milk, the creamery soon began selling ice cream, cheeses, and other dairy products produced by BYU. The most popular location, Creamery on Ninth East, opened in August of 2000. The BYU Creamery has five total locations throughout the Provo area.
Fun fact — BYU’s building block system abbreviates the Creamery on Ninth East as CONE.
The BYU Creamery has a wide variety of flavors. Some of the most popular include Graham Canyon, Bishop’s Bash, and Peanut Butter Trails. Each year a new flavor is created for the incoming freshmen class. The first freshmen flavor was mint brownie back in 2011 (and is still on the menu).
You can get your ice cream served in a cup or a cone or both. If you go to the location on Ninth East, they have a grill where you can get burgers, fries, or chicken to go with your ice cream.