Gramen Farm


With every new year, resolutions for health are top of mind. Ice cream may not sound synonymous with health, but we firmly believe that fresh, local, natural ingredients (that you can pronounce) are critical to wellness.

One such ingredient is Gramen Farm's dairy, which we use exclusively in our frozen custards. The video above showcases their commitment to pure, natural food, which we align with wholeheartedly. The cherry on top? We get to support another small business right in our backyard.

1% for the Planet


Did you know every scoop of Honeychild's is making our world a better place? We're committed to the community, sustainability, and the environment. As members of 1% for the Planet, we've dedicated one percent of our proceeds to the Galveston Bay Foundation.

Honeychild's select this organization because they preserve, protect, and enhance the natural resources of the Galveston Bay. They are fantastic at engaging the greater Houston areaour homewith their mission through events, research, education, and workshops.

1% for the Planet connects businesses, consumers, and nonprofits, empowering all of us to drive big, positive change. In an uncertain world, these connections allow you and me to do more for our big blue planet than we can alone.

Pumpkin Spice Beer Float

"The gourd of my eye this year is la pumpkin, not only for it's perfect timeliness from Halloween, but mainly because it's delicious, and there are so many Houston delicacies that incorporate it. Take Buffalo Bayou Brewery and Honeychild's Sweet Creams. One makes a pumpkin ice cream, one makes a pumpkin beer. Enter, the Pumpkin beer float, not to be served to anyone you don't want to get a little tipsy." - The Shoe Diet

Sunday Supper at Sparrow


Eight chefs. Eight local farmers. One incredible dinner on November 8 that supports Urban Harvest’s Youth Education Program. Honeychild's will offer up one-of-a-kind fare for Sunday Supper at Sparrow.

This multi-course dinner will feature a bounty of ingredients sourced from select responsible local farms and prepared by some of Houston’s top chefs. Urban Harvest’s Youth Education Program, the beneficiary of the event, explores healthy nutrition, food systems, native habitats and ecosystems through garden activities implemented in Houston-area schools and community centers. Tickets from $175.  Your taste buds will thank you (and so will Urban Harvest)!

Shanah Tovah

We had a darn good idea, yall! With Rosh Hashanah just around the corner, we decided to whip up a limited-edition french toast challah, apple and honey frozen custard. 

Rosh Hashanah is an important holiday, marking the Jewish New Year. One of the common greetings you'll hear during the holiday—which falls this year between sunset on September 13 and nightfall on September 15—is “shanah tovah,” meaning "happy new year" in Hebrew. We also introduced flavors of apples and honey because they're traditional to eat during Rosh Hashanah. 

Houstonia Magazine wrote up an incredibly kind article about what we're doing. Read the full article here. Get some exclusively at Belden's in Meyerland, Urban Harvest, and Galveston's Own Farmers Market.

The Pop-Up Experience

We're super pumped for next week's Sweet and Savory dinner with Aces of Taste, Sugar & Cloth, Maple & Love and TOUT SUITE. Apparently, so is Houstonia Magazine! Check out the nice write up on our upcoming event. If you haven't already, get your tickets here!

Teaming up with local foodie favs like TOUT SUITE, Maple & Love and Honeychild’s Sweet Creams ensures that the high-profile event is surely the place to sample sweet and savory dishes like never before, in a space like no other.
— Houstonia Magazine

eater houston

The folks at Eater Houston have us all sorts of blushing this Wednesday. They named us one of the Essential Houston Ice Cream shops, among our peers and fellow sweet-lovers.

The only custard good enough to hold their own on this ice cream map is Honeychild’s Sweet Creams. These custards feature unique, seasonal flavors using fresh, organic and local ingredients.
— Emily Bond, Eater Houston

Houston Matters

There's nothin' we love more than Houston and food. So, we were delighted to hear our name come on Houston Matters among Katharine Shilcutt, Features & Dining Editor at Houstonia; Eric Sandler, Food Editor of CultureMap Houston; and David Leftwich, Executive Editor at Sugar and Rice Magazine.

Catch us at about the nine minute mark! Tune in for more at noon on News 88.7FM.

The style is a little different since it’s a frozen custard. They do call themselves a frozen custard. It’s super creamy. Their stuff is really good.
— Houston Matters, News 88.7FM

Houston Chronicle

We're pumped for this week's Spiked by the Scoop competition, an "adult frozen treat throwdown," will be held at Yellow Rose Distilling. We love our salted maple bourbon frozen custard creation and can't wait to share it! The event will include ice cream samples, cocktail tastings, entertainment and a raffle - all benefiting Small Steps Nurturing Center.

"The Spiked by the Scoop fundraiser will include booze-laced ice creams from some of Houston's top chefs and ice cream makers. Flavors include, from left, Mexican Chocolate Ice Cream from Danny Trace of Brennan's of Houston; Peaches Foster Ice Cream with Caramelized Pecans from Tallent Ricca of Ricca; and Salted Maple and Bourbon Pecan Frozen Custard from Kathleen Morgan of Honeychild'€™s Sweet Creams." - Greg Morago, Houston Chronicle

You + Me = Us

I like you. And if you are reading this, I think you may like me too.  So, why I always gotta be givin you the run around? Making you come to me? That’s no way to show someone you like them. 

And, we agree! We're not trying to play hard to get. So, let's do this. Pick the store, grocer, restaurant, or event near you and we'll do our best to be there. For you. Because that's the kind of dessert we are.