Somewhere in the middle of your wedding celebration, probably after the dancing has begun but before the bar runs out of white wine (joking. We know this won’t happen to you.), you’re going to come to a very important event: dessert. But with the upsurge of sugary options in recent years, brides have more than the traditional task on their hands. No longer is this a chocolate vs. vanilla showdown – no, this is pie vs. cake vs. macaron vs. fountain. Well, what’s a bride to do? If you’re in Dallas, we think the answer is easy: food truck.
Yes, Food Truck
Dallas is home to a veritable army of food trucks, and dessert trucks are quickly carving out a niche for themselves with a variety of sweet things to share. Check out Gypsy Scoops, for example. A mobile ice cream parlor serving premium hand-scooped ice cream with an upscale twist on those fond memories you have of chasing the ice cream truck as a child. Or Trailercakes, for cupcakes and cake balls from an Airstream named Bubbles. “Happiness is in the frosting,” according to the owners, whose aim is bliss-by-cupcake. The first flavor on our list is “Hitched” a white on white cupcake that promises not to stain your wedding dress. Then there’s The Bomb Fried Pies, specializing in, you guessed it, fruit-filled fried pies (the menu is simple and designed to satisfy: apple, cherry, peach or apricot).Last but not least on our dream team, Ruthie's Rolling Creperie. Classic ingredients , inventive combinations, and, of course, a French connection. In other words, elegance with a spoonful of Nutella and a dollop of whipped cream.
Photo Credit: The Bomb Fried Pies