Chadstone, Victoria, Australia’s Scroll Ice Cream has taken the rolled ice cream trend to a new level. The shop uses a variety of foods you wouldn’t normally find in ice cream to create unconventional flavors.

Flavors like Guacamole & Chips, Burger & Fries, Pizza, and Pecan Pie use the real foods in the ice cream making process. The shop keeps seven flavors at a time on the menu and rotates these flavors every three months.

Scroll was Australia’s first cold plate ice creamery. It has capitalized on one of the coolest trends in ice cream in recent years.

Originating in Thailand, rolled ice cream has become popular in other countries. To make it, milk is poured over a large and very cold plate. Ingredients are then added, ranging from fresh fruits like strawberries and peaches to indulgent items such as hot fudge, caramel, and Oreo cookies.

The resulting mixture is then spread smooth, after which it is removed from the cold plate in long, thin curls using a scraper. The curls are arranged in a bowl or cup, topped with fruits, candies, or syrups, and are ready to be enjoyed.