While social media is urging consumers to support Chef Liz Rogers, the founder, president, and executive chef of Creamalicious, one of the only black-owned national ice cream businesses now in mass production, Walmart has controversially introduced a brand of Juneteenth ice cream. With her imaginative 2-in-1 treats that combine freshly baked pastries with handcrafted ice creams created with only the freshest ingredients, she takes pleasure in being inventive.
Aunt Poonie’s Caramel Pound Cake, Slap Yo Mamma Banana Pudding, Right As Rain Red Velvet Cheesecake, Thick As Thieves Pecan Pie, Porch Light Peach Cobbler, Grandma Gigi Sweet Potato Pie, and Uncle Charles Brown Suga Bourbon Cake are just a few of the award-winning varieties of her ice cream that are available.
Chef Liz honors her community and origins by creating her decadently Southern artisan delicacies. Creamalicious has a unique way of bringing back fond childhood memories of sweets while also paying homage to the long heritage of the South. Chef Liz offers a culinary experience of Southern indulgence that is distinctive, entertaining, and very delicious. She also exposes mouthwatering new dessert views.
Chef Liz, originally from Cleveland, Ohio, was raised under the close supervision of her mother and grandmother, who also helped her develop her love of cooking. Her never-ending passion and excitement inspired her to create popular restaurants, and she has received media attention for her highly sought-after cuisine and motivational work with the neighborhood.
Thousands of Walmart, Target, Meijer, Schnuck, and other supermarket stores currently carry thousands of her items.