Texas’ Melt-in-Your-Mouth Freeze-Dried Ice Cream


“Hey, Texas, we’ve run out of freeze-dried ice cream up here.” Imagine an astronaut radioing Houston Space Center about that problem and you’d have one weird situation that kids could mimic to their parents. Kidding aside, this modified party favorite has been around since before that momentous voyage. The process was to remove the water component, seal its container and retain its being a delight to the taste buds.

This special kind of ice cream is known as Astronaut Ice Cream or Space Ice Cream. It’s made by LuvyDuvy Corporation and may be ordered through SpaceFoodNovelties.com, their official distributor. An actual site where one can get it from is the freeze-dried ice cream shop in Space Center Houston.


Space Center Houston is on the NASA Parkway of the Lone Star State, and it’s loaded with space travel-related attractions, including our astronaut ice cream in Texas. This major tourist attraction is open every day of the week, 10 AM – 5 PM. Some Saturdays & Sundays of the month, it’s open as early as 9 AM. It would be best to look up the Space Center Houston website and check if the coming weekends are those days.

You could get lost in awe of the spectacle that the place offers. Remember when you want a refreshing snack that’s in tune with the theme that permeates the whole site, you’ll have to search for the counter of SpaceFoodNovelties.com and order any of the following delicacies: Neapolitan, Vanilla, Mint Chocolate Chip, Apple Slices, Strawberries, and the gooey candy Gummi Space Shuttles.

Things to keep in mind: In Texas, get your freeze-dried ice cream directly from our stall in Space Center Houston or you can place your order in our shop at SpaceFoodNovelties.com. They’re available in special combination promos. We offer free shipping within Continental USA. For distribution outside the country, get in touch with us for the delivery information.

Melt all your problems with our space ice cream that doesn’t melt. It’s brought to you by LuvyDuvy Corporation, maker of the world’s best freeze-dried ice cream.