Home Four Ice Cream Trucks to Follow By scott wardellJuly 30, 2012 Search more like this ice-creamdate-night-ideaspeanut-buttersalted-caramelsweet-toothvegantruckcookierovevanilla-beanenticetapestryfollowget-creative Read next This Cute, Cozy Book Teaches Kids About Giving Back For Their Birthday: Less Stress, More Fun! This Birthday, Give Your Tiny Bean Exactly What They Want Milestone Alert: Your Toddler Is Toddling! Milestone Alert: Your Toddler Wants to Play With You! Summertime brings to mind the frozen delights of our youth, treats hard earned by sprinting after the ice cream truck. These days, ice cream is easier to come by, thanks to the fine fleet of festive trucks cruising local streets—and the websites that help us track them down. Marianne Hale of Seattle Magazine has the “scoop” on where to find these mobile ice creameries. 1. You can get creative with Street Treats’ scratch-made ice cream and cookies by choosing your own ice cream sandwich combos (think snickerdoodle cookies with vanilla bean ice cream or chocolate chip cookies with peanut butter ice cream). Find the truck at the Fremont Market on Sundays (11 a.m.– 4 p.m.) or check the website for its whereabouts. streettreatswa.com 2. Molly Moon’s seasonal flavors run the gamut from vegan cherry chunk to Beecher’s Flagship cheddar—and the year-round offerings, including Stumptown coffee and salted caramel, are equally enticing. Follow the ever-roving, bright blue truck’s location on Facebook or Twitter.mollymoonicecream.com Follow your sweet tooth to Seattle Magazine to find out the rest of the can’t-miss ice cream trucks. This is our weekly guest post from our friends at Seattle Magazine, which keeps readers on the pulse of restaurants, personalities, arts, entertainment and culture that reflect the tapestry of our dynamic landscape. We’ve teamed up for an exciting partnership to bring you a weekly dose of fantastic Date Night ideas throughout greater Seattle.