You may have been to Roxie’s on the River. If you have, perhaps you’re familiar with their uber popular cinnamon rolls; one of my favorites in town.
With the pandemic going on, they needed another way to get their food out to the public aside from their location within the Farm Credit Building. Introducing Roxie’s on the Go. They took over the now closed Taco Momma’s Mexican Food truck and converted it to their own.
The new Roxie’s on the Go food truck opened this month, and we stopped by to check out their new mobile business.
Their menu consists of cinnamon rolls and Carne Asada loaded fries. Since we were on the hunt for breakfast, we stuck with their cinnamon rolls. There were six different flavors to choose from. We ordered a good ol’ classic regular one along with a strawberry cinnamon roll.
We were given instructions to heat them in the microwave for 40-45 seconds if we weren’t eating them right away.
Once we made it home, we were hit with an amazing aroma that tickled my nose. What made our day better was actually eating them.
After a quick moment in the microwave, they both came out nice and warm with a good amount of glaze smothered over the top. They were light and fluffy with an ooey gooey doughy interior; exactly how I like them. There was enough cream over the top that pleased people who love tons of cream. And for those that don’t, they could easily take it off with a spoon. Options, folks…. options!
There’s always questions about where people can get an excellent cinnamon roll. If you’re asking me, Roxie’s on the River is the answer but if they aren’t open then Roxie’s on the Go is your mobile alternative.
Here was their menu:
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