Here’s the Scoop: 10 Evansville Area Food Trucks Serving Ice Cream Treats
Personally, I think that we should celebrate ice cream every day, but July is universally known as National Ice Cream Month.
If you are of a certain age, you remember how exciting it was to hear the music of the ice cream truck. That's when you knew to run into the house and grab whatever money you could find before the truck left your neighborhood.
Ice Cream Trucks - The Next Generation
Well, our kids won't know the anxiety of missing the ice cream truck, because now our mobile treats are easy to find. Most of the area food trucks regularly post their schedule and menus online.
JB's Barnyard can be in two places at once! They recently added Marv the Mercedes to their mobile ice cream empire.
Arctic Avalanche is new to the Evansville food truck scene, but they seem to be extremely popular. That is probably because they serve Bliss ice cream. The flavors on the menu do change from time to time.
Twist Truck has a lot of goodies to offer. You can get everything from a cone, banana split, their version of a blizzard, and more.
I literally have sweet dreams about Sweet Dreams A La Mode.
If you are looking for something more fruit-based and on a stick, you will want to try Lollys Pops.
The folks that run KoolShack are doing things right. You can always find out where they will be on their FaceBook page.
You might be used to seeing Milk & Sugar Scoop Shoppe on Franklin Street, but they have a mobile ice cream cart too.
If you are looking for a fancier ice cream, Jeanne's Gelato on the Go is different than regular ice cream. 'Gelato is a creamy, frozen dessert that combines centuries of Italian artistry and culinary genius.'
You'll find COCHS CONES quite easily because they are located directly across from The Hornet's Nest. Every time that we have been in the area, they always look busy, which is a great thing for a new ice cream vendor.
Kids and adults love seeing the Kona Ice truck out at events. I'm sure they will be busy during the next month and into back-to-school season.