Food Truck Friday: Frozen Sin

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This week's Food Truck Friday is sweet and delicious! For a third year in a row, Frozen Sin visited the News 12 Long Island studios!

Frozen Sin is a gourmet sweets food truck that serves doughnuts, ice cream sandwiches, authentic frozen custard and coffee.

During their visit, they introduced cold brew coffee ice pops and fresh fruit popsicles.

They also debuted their newest doughnut flavor - toasted caramel popcorn!

In honor of "Beverly Hills, 90210" reboot, Frozen Sin is creating 90s-themed treats, including the Peach Pit ice cream sandwich!

And of course, they showed off their creative ice cream sandwiches - made from scratch with local ingredients.

The truck can be found a various events across Long Island - click here for the schedule. It is also available for private parties and catering.

The food truck is 100% nut free!

More Information on Frozen Sin:
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