SA snack shop makes big announcement heading into spring break
Ice Ice Baby at 2113 Bandera road creates not only tasty treats, but food art. Ice Ice Baby 2, as it’s being called, will be located at 3027 MacArthur View, right next to MacArthur High School. Pick yourself up a snack from Ice Ice Baby because if you don’t grab a tasty treat on spring break, are you even on vacation?? AdICE ICE BABY (Copyright 2021 by KSAT - All rights reserved.) ICE ICE BABY (Copyright 2021 by KSAT - All rights reserved.)
2 snacks + an indoor game for the biggest game of the year
SAN ANTONIO – Looking for some tasty football-themed treats that are social distance-friendly? How about a game to keep the kids occupied during the big game? Stephanie Peña Frost, of Princess & the Monkey Home Decor, has all the ideas you need. Watch the video above to learn how to make football shaped oatmeal cremes, seven-layer socially distant dip and an indoor football game using stacked cups. Related:- 3 easy flatbread recipes you can make at home- 3 crafts to keep the kids busy on game day- Game day favorites with a Creole twist + plenty of bacon
San Antonio man loses job, starts new family business
SAN ANTONIO – Sunday marked day one for the Cabrales family’s new chapter — a shaved ice business to fight back against the impact of COVID-19. Days after the shutdown began in mid-March due to the growing concerns surrounding the pandemic, Ismael Cabrales said he received a call from his supervisor. The couple's children help make the strawberry drizzle that tops the Berry Fun shaved ice option. RELATED: Only in San Antonio: Mangonada with hot cheetos, pickles & chamoyThe Cabrales family is eager for the San Antonio community to try their cool treats. Businesses interested in renting out an area for the food truck can contact the family at email@example.com.
Its getting hot!! Cool down with a raspa or mangonada from one of these San Antonio snack spots
SAN ANTONIO Summer is around the corner and we are already feeling the heat. While some places have yet to reopen due to COVID-19, others have started selling cold treats again. Heres a list of ten places where you can get a raspa, mangonada or paleta right now in San Antonio.