Frozen yogurt has met its fruitful match with flavors like pina colada, and pomegranate-blueberry. Get creative with add-ins such as mini Oreos, mango, Gummi Bears, and mochi. Don’t hold back.
Culture, The Yogurt Society (@Culture).
The owners dish up banh mi and sweet treats like azuki bean-cinnamon donuts. Try the mango-lychee salsa, served with wonton chips for dipping.
DucknRoll (@ducknrolltruck or ducknrolltruck.com).
With rotating vegetarian and carnivorous mac ’n’ cheese options (smoked bacon with blue cheese, roasted mushroom), this dream truck’s every move is always on our radar.
The Southern Mac & Cheese Truck (@thesouthernmac.com, or thesouthernmac.com).
Exquisite ingredients, decadent flavors, and shimmering, smooth ganache. Cupcakes are so over? Whatever. These are so overwhelmingly tasty you’ll forget how trendy they are.
The More Mobile (@themoremobile or morecupcakes.com).
Latin flavors prevail on this flavor-packed menu: chipotle-limon salsa, chicken in adobo sauce, veggie-friendly tacos, and Puerto Rican-style rice.
Taquero Fusion (@taquerofusion or taquerofusion.com).
You’ve mastered the art of turning down sweets from strangers, but you’ll act like a kid in a candy store once in sight of the gourmet bites in the Flirty Cupcakes mobile bakery.
Flirty Cupcakes (@flirtycupcakes or flirtycupcakes.com).
Using mostly family recipes, 5411 re-creates the tasty traditional Argentine snack. Options include ham and cheese, caramelized onion, mushroom and blue cheese, and a scarily addictive banana-Nutella dessert empanada.
5411 Empanadas (@5411empanadas or 5411empanadas.com).
The British-inspired bakery on wheels serves savory pies with sustainably grown ingredients from its garden.
Pleasant House Bakery (pleasanthousebakery.com).
This is no ordinary frozen yogurt — it’s kefir, a healthy probiotic milk drink that’s more sour than sweet. But toppings like Cap’n Crunch, chocolate chips, and fresh fruit take care of that.
Starfruit (@starfruitcafe or starfruitcafe.com).
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