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Main Street Creamery is a new ice cream food truck

New to the food truck scene this summer, Main Street Creamery is scooping ice cream in flavors like Zanzibar chocolate, blueberry cheesecake, munchie madness, and more. The ice cream truck is a mobile version of the brick and mortar ice cream shop called Main Street Cookies & Cream which opened last year in Fisher, Illinois.

I tried Main Street Creamery’s ice cream this weekend with my son. The menu is small: ice cream in two cup sizes or a waffle cone. The ice cream is made in Madison, Wisconsin and is certified Kosher.

I ordered the “This $&@! got serious” flavor ($5), and my son ordered a cup of cotton candy twist ice cream ($5).

Two cups of ice cream sit on a wooden ledge on the ice cream truck Main Street Creamery. Photo by Alyssa Buckley.Photo by Alyssa Buckley.

Both were served with color-changing spoons which was pretty fun. We ordered the smallest size, and it was huge. My son loved the super sweet carnival taste of the cotton candy ice cream. Mine had salted caramel ice cream with sea salt fudge and chopped cashews, and it was delicious. The rich caramel ice cream was top notch.

Main Street Creamery's trailer with wood paneling and a white top sells ice cream at Riggs in Urbana. Photo by Alyssa Buckley.Photo by Alyssa Buckley.

The ice cream truck will be at the Balloon Festival September 23rd and 24th. Main Street Creamery’s mobile ice cream shop can sometimes be found at Riggs on the weekends. Follow the business on Facebook for weekly updates on where to find the ice cream truck.

Main Street Creamery

Top image by Alyssa Buckley.

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