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Photographs by Danny Kim

Coolhaus This mobile L.A. transplant offers enough mix-and-match combinations to baffle a math grad. Try two different cookies on one sandwich”or make it a two-scoop double; $5, $8. Photo: Danny Kim

Dessert Club, Chikalicious 204 E. 10th St., nr. Second Ave. 212-475-0929 Macarons, éclairs, now peanut-butter cookies: There’s nothing this enterprising crew won’t use as a delivery system for its superb ice cream; $5.95. Photo: Danny Kim

Melt Bakery Saturdays at Hester St. Fair Since its three-flavor debut, Melt has expanded to over 30 rotating combinations. Coming soon to the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck’s East Village shop as well as an Orchard Street plant; $4 to $5. Photo: Danny Kim

Bklyn Larder 228 Flatbush Ave., nr. Bergen St., Park Slope 718-783-1250 The chewy chocolate wafer is a nice retro touch; the flavors”hazelnut, espresso, and fior di latte among them”unrecognizable to anyone who’s ever chased down a Good Humor truck; $4.75. Photo: Danny Kim

Amorino 60 University Pl., at 10th St.; 212-253-5599 Top-notch gelato on buttery brioche. You can even have it warmed up in a waffle iron of sorts like a pressed panino; $7.50. Photo: Danny Kim

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