Executive Chef Liz Rogers is the Founder, President, and Executive Chef of Creamalicious Ice Cream. A supernatural pull towards the culinary arts made it clear that Chef Liz would dedicate her life to healing the soul by sharing innovative and time-honored traditional Southern comfort food. Under the watchful eye of her mother and grandmother, Executive Chef Liz honed her passion for cooking while growing up in Cleveland, Ohio. Her never-ending love and enthusiasm for food led to the opening of hot-spot restaurants. She has been highlighted in the media for her highly sought-after food and inspiring work within the community.
Executive Chef Liz prides herself on being innovative with her whimsical 2-in-1 desserts that pair freshly baked pastries with homemade ice creams made with only the freshest ingredients. As one of the first African American, female-owned national ice cream brands in mass production, Executive Chef Liz crafts her blissfully Southern artisan desserts by celebrating her roots and community.

“We craft our desserts by harnessing the familiar experience that Southern comfort foods bring, and blend it with a culinary artistry that feeds our spirit… there's a dream in every scoop.”

With ingredients that have been true for generations and recipes that are as sweet as the sunrise, this goodness will elevate to greatness somewhere between your first and second scoop. All you have to do is choose from one of the seven: Aunt Poonie’s Caramel Pound Cake, Right As Rain Red Velvet Cheesecake, Granma Gigi’s Sweet Potato Pie, Porch Light Peach Cobbler, Slap Yo’ Momma Banana Pudding, Thick As Thieves Pecan Pie, And Uncle Charles Brown Suga Bourbon Cake. Get ready to prepare yourself for an exquisite journey where one taste puts a smile on your face!


Executive Chef Liz Rogers rose through the ranks of the culinary world, becoming an executive chef and restaurateur in Ohio. In 2013 Executive Chef Liz founded Creamalicious Ice Cream. The brand combines Southern cakes and pies, baked from recipes passed down through four generations of the Wilcox and Patterson families, packed into super-premium, artisanal ice cream cartons.