You can’t really love the ice cream unless you love the cow!
The Story of Bliss Small Batch Creamery
Back in high school, sisters Theresa and Stacie, former Snohomish County Dairy Princess and 4H dairy cow enthusiast, worked together at the local Baskin Robbins in their home town. As a first job experience outside of the family’s business, the sisters consider the ice cream shop to be the most fun job a teen could get. It was a community gathering place where their friends worked and frequented. Nearly everyone who walked into the shop was in a good mood. And why wouldn’t they be? It’s ice cream! After pursuing other careers, the sisters decided to follow their dream to own and operate their own local ice cream company together: Bliss Small Batch Creamery.
Because they are making their own ice cream locally in small batches, the flavor creation possibilities are endless. As moms with kids with food allergies and chemical reactions, they are committed to only using the very best natural ingredients that are free from any artificial dyes, flavors and preservatives. They also offer a variety of options that are dairy-free, egg free, gluten-free, and nut free.
Celebratory desserts and colorful ice cream are a tradition, proclaiming that something truly special is happening. Birthdays, concerts, sports, the first day of school, the last day of school, a promotion, a finished project, a sunny day, the mountain is out, it’s Friday — there is something to be celebrated every day. That’s why Theresa and Stacie decided to open Bliss Creamery.
The sisters designed Bliss to follow their desire to be active in community. You can find their tricycles and vintage truck with their delicious ice cream in local parks, farmers markets, fairs, festivals, events, and your parties!