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Spanish Ice Cream

Spanish Ice Cream


How to translate the Spanish ice cream word?. The ice cream is a solidified dairy produced by freezing a pasteurized mix by shaking to incorporate air to ensure uniform consistency. Today its consumption has crossed the summer limits and, consequently, ice cream is taken at any time of the year. “El helado” has different flavors, it comes to occupy the first place among desserts. In general, the products used in its preparation are milk, sugar, sweeteners, milk cream, eggs, fruits, chocolate, nuts, yogurt, mineral water, and stabilizers.


ice cream in spanish language

Helado (Ice Cream)


ice cream – helado

sugar – azúcar

eggs – huevos

fruits – frutas

chocolate – chocolate 

nuts – frutos secos

yogurt – yogúr

water – agua


milk – leche

stabilizers – estabilizantes

fruit juices – jugos de frutas

drink – bebida



Ashanti: Cariño, vamos a comprar helado en la heladería | Baby let’s go buy ice cream at the ice cream shop Oracio: Está bien, vamos | Ok, let’s go


Fuimos juntos por un helado. – We went together for ice cream.
Amo el helado de chocolate. – I love chocolate ice cream.
Si no fuera una persona quisiera ser un helado. – If I were not a person I would like to be an ice cream.
Él me sonrió y me derretí como helado al sol. – He smiled at me and I melted like ice cream in the sun.
Tome helado como si no hubiera un mañana. – Drink ice cream like there is no tomorrow.
Le compré un helado a Penélope. – I bought Penelope an ice cream.
Lucía me llevó a comprar helado. – Lucia took me to buy ice cream.
No soy un helado, soy un descendiente del mono. – I am not an ice cream, I am a descendant of the monkey.
¿Te gustaría ir por un helado esta tarde? – Would you like to go for ice cream this afternoon?
Si, mi camiseta tiene mancha de helado. – Yes, my shirt has an ice cream stain.
Hay que salir en la tarde a tomar helado. – You have to go out in the afternoon to have ice cream.
Chocolate, fresa, avellana y maní son mis sabores de helado preferido. – Chocolate, strawberry, hazelnut, and peanut are my favorite ice cream flavors.
Quería llevarle un helado a mi mamá pero se va a derretir. – I wanted to bring my mom an ice cream but she is going to melt.
¡Qué rico este helado! – How delicious this ice cream!
En esa cafetería no venden helado. – They don’t sell ice cream at that cafeteria.
Juan me invitó a un helado hoy. – Juan invited me to ice cream today.
¡Qué feliz me hace una bola de helado! – How happy a scoop of ice cream makes me!
Sin helado no vivo. – Without ice cream I do not live.
Hay una pequeña parte de mi corazón que late por la fuerza de un helado. – There is a small part of my heart that beats from the force of ice cream.
Y podría morir por tomarme un helado. – And I could die for ice cream.
Mi sonrisa se dibujó en mi rostro cuando vi ese delicioso helado de chocolate con fresas. – My smile crossed my face when I saw that delicious chocolate ice cream with strawberries.
Podemos salir sólo si compramos helado. – We can go out only if we buy ice cream.
Sonríe que la vida es un helado. – Smile that life is ice cream.
Su vestido parece un helado. – Her dress looks like ice cream.
El helado es una obra de arte. – Ice cream is a work of art.
Si fueras un helado te comería completo. – If you were an ice cream, I would eat you whole.
El mejor helado del mundo lo probé en Canadá. – I tried the best ice cream in the world in Canada.
El helado de yogurt es divino. – The yogurt ice cream is divine.
Vivir sin helado no es vida. – Living without ice cream is not life.
Si me preguntaran que me gustaría tomar, dijera que helado. – If they asked me what I’d like to drink, I’d say ice cream.
Me encanta el helado. – I love ice cream.
Prefiero el helado de chocolate. – I prefer chocolate ice cream.
A mi hija le gusta mucho el helado. – My daughter really likes ice cream.
El helado costó tres dólares. – The ice cream cost three dollars.
En la casa tenemos helado. – We have ice cream at the house.
Después de cenar comimos helado. – After dinner we had ice cream.
Quiero un helado de fresa con vainilla. – I want a strawberry vanilla ice cream.
Yo quiero un helado de fresa. – I want a strawberry ice cream.
El helado de chocolate estaba delicioso. – The chocolate ice cream was delicious.

What is the origin of ice-cream?

The origin of “helado” is ancient, the Chinese, many centuries before Jesus Christ, mixed the snow from the mountains with honey and fruits, and the caliphs of Baghdad mixed it with fruit juices. The latter gave it the name of sharbets, which means drink, from which comes the word sorbet used today. It was Marco Polo, or so it is believed, who introduced in Europe the formulas learned in his travels for the preparation of “helado”, and for a long time, due to the few means available for their preparation, they were only delicacies of kings. These first water ice creams were followed by milk ice creams, which began to become popular when in 1660 the Italian Procopio invented the machine that homogenized fruits, sugar, and ice, thus obtaining a true “helado”. Since that time and until today there have been many discoveries that have favored the development and improvement of this product and that have led to industrial “helado”, whose production has been possible because to inventions such as that of the American Nancy Johnson, who in 1846 created the first automatic “helado” maker.   Read more about the food in Spanish    

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