Cookie dough

New Deep Ellum dessert shop scoops cookie dough and selfie shakes

New Deep Ellum dessert shop scoops cookie dough and selfie shakes

DoHolics
Mmmmmatcha. Photo by DoHolics

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it a Kylie Jenner duckface, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it a Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it a Kylie Jenner duckface, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it a Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

In the can-you-top-this world that has become desserts in Dallas, a new shop in Deep Ellum takes us yet another step further into fantastic crazyville. DoHolics is a new cookie dough place opening at 2646 Elm St. with novel flavors of cookie dough not yet seen — but more importantly, a new option on the very cutting edge of sweets: selfie shakes.

These would be milkshakes in which the top surface of the shake features your printed image. Can there be anything more beautiful than a photo of yourself?

DoHolics comes from Usman and Javeria Babar, the same team who introduced the neighborhood to rolled ice cream at Chills 360, which is next-door to DoHolics.

Chills 360 is one of Deep Ellum's unqualified success stories, with lines still forming two years after they made their debut. The couple has since opened locations in Grapevine, Rockwall, Fort Worth, and Houston, while remaining on the cutting edge of international dessert trends.

"Selfie shakes are still very new, found in just a few locations around the world, including Singapore and London," Usman says.

There are also a couple in India. Selfie shakes require an investment in the machine to duplicate your image — which you send via an app — and transfer it to the top of your shake.

If drinking an image yourself is, heaven forbid, too much narcissism, you can request any image, be it Kylie Jenner, your cat, or maybe a shot of ice cream, very meta.

Selfie shakes are unquestionably the talker, but DoHolics also has 15 flavors that are their own story and go beyond the usual chocolate chip — for example, matcha green tea.

You can get them by the scoop in a cup or in a cone, but they also turn the cookie dough into the basis for more elaborate sundae-style desserts, with toppings and sauces such as marshmallows and whipped cream. One features caramel sauce with graham crackers.

The shop will open on July 20 and celebrate a grand opening all weekend through July 22.

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