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Cow Tipping Creamery’s Mobile Soft-Serve Truck Arrives In Carrollton

The former East Dallas sweet shop is now parked in the ‘burbs

Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Back in December, Austin soft-serve import Cow Tipping Creamery closed up shop in its original East Dallas home. Now, the ice cream shop has returned to its mobile roots, and is now slinging soft-serve in a brand new location.

Over the weekend, Cow Tipping Creamery reopened in its original ice cream truck outside of Cane Rosso’s Carrollton outpost at 1301 S. Broadway. The opening got off to a bit of a rocky start, as a mechanical issue with the truck’s ice cream freezers forced Cow Tipping Creamery to close up shop early on Saturday. Not surprisingly, a few folks who made the drive to Carrollton weren’t thrilled when they showed up and found no ice cream to satisfy their cravings.

The issues were quickly fixed, and the truck resumed normal operations on Sunday. Cow Tipping Creamery has not released a full schedule of its operating hours just yet, but Eater has reached out for an official schedule. In the meantime, soft-serve enthusiasts who have been missing out on those stackers and cones can stay tuned via Facebook to see when the truck will be slinging ice cream in the suburbs.