The Magic Cow serves delicious Udderly ice cream in Coral Springs • Coral Springs Talk

The Magic Cow in Coral Springs {Photos by Enza Motta}

By Enza Motta

Did you get the latest scoop? The Magic Cow offers 60 creamy flavors, cakes, smoothies and ice cream pizzas.

Located at 10274 W Sample Road, the menu includes the most common flavors and less common flavors such as Parma Violet Ice Cream or Scotch Flavor, Red Velvet, Cheesecake, Lime, Nutella and lactose-free options.

An ice cream cone with a topping starts at $4.49, a sundae at $5.99, and an ice cream cake at $27.95.

Customers love and appreciate The Magic Cow because of the attention to their dietary needs, whether they are vegan, lactose or gluten intolerant.

“I’m lactose intolerant, and this is the only ice cream parlor I’ve visited like this,” said Rachel, a resident of Coral Springs.

Seduced by the year-round sunshine and warm weather, owners Andy and Alison Mcknight moved to Florida 16 years ago from Kilmarnock, Scotland, where Andy’s dream of owning his own business began when he first job in an ice cream factory.

His ambitions went far beyond being an employee, leading him to create 30 flavors. He then became the owner of three ice cream trucks and a grocery store.

“I love it,” Andy said. “I don’t think it’s hard work. It’s nice.

After 24 years in the ice cream industry, Andy’s plans changed after a month-long family vacation in Florida in 1996. They were captivated by the tropical winter weather and decided that it was time to settle permanently in the United States.

After taking the big step in 2006, they opened their first ice cream parlor named Maggie Moos in Davie six months later.

Renamed The Magic Cow in 2015, its name was inspired by the word Magic, which describes something delicious in Scotland. The inclusion of the word cow in the living room is to honor the animal that has given so much to humans, Andy said.

However, the real magicians are the customers, Andy said. “We do, and you make them disappear.”

After the success of the Davie site, they opened in Coral Springs two months before the pandemic began. According to Andy, they chose the town because it had a higher income population, more families and good schools.

The magic cow


Sunday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Monday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Tuesday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Wednesday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Thursday 12 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Friday 12 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Saturday 12 p.m. – 11 p.m.

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