Although we love the hot weather it's essential to cool off on those sunny days.
We're keeping everything crossed for some serious hot weather this summer, and we've decided to prepare by creating a list of our favourite ice cream parlours across Greater Manchester.
From little kids to big kids, everyone loves a scoop or two when the sun pops out.
Here's a list of the best ice cream parlours to try across Manchester this summer. Some of their most popular flavours include ‘Chorlton Crack’ aka salted caramel and peanut butter and a plum, gin and juniper flavour for any G&T fans .
Pictured below is the French Elvis - French toast, stuffed with salted caramel peanut butter ice cream, fresh raspberry sauce, banana, and more peanut butter.
Grandpa Greene's Made in Saddleworth from local full-cream milk and thick double cream there will be plenty of people indulging in some of this ice cream on day trips to Diggle this summer.
They have a whole host of flavours including Lemon Meringue, Rhubarb Crumble and Pistachio and Vanilla.
Sold from their canal-side cabin in Diggle, plus restaurants in the Saddleworth area, the hand made ice cream has been made in the area since the 1920s.
Frederick's Some readers may know this ice cream from the Chill Factore but it has also been an established part of the gorgeous Mesnes Park in Wigan for years.
They have a choice of around 30 ice cream flavours at each one, plus a wide range of sundaes.
And if you are feeling particularly greedy, or fancy something to share, both sell a mammoth sundae with ten scoops of ice cream.
Teatime Collective If you're looking for dairy-free then head to Hulme to satisfy your sweet cravings at this all-vegan ice-cream parlour and tearoom.
It also does a mean veggie breakfast and serves a selection of sandwiches and savoury items.
Holden's Ice Cream With flavours including marmalade, humbug and tiramisu there are plenty of reasons to venture out to Edgeworth in Bolton for a scoop of this home made ice cream.