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A hot cross bun ice cream truck is coming to NZ pairing biscoff buns with your choice of scoop
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A hot cross bun ice cream truck is coming to NZ pairing biscoff buns with your choice of scoop

Just bring along gold coin for a good cause.

Easter is just around the corner, and this year our favourite baked treat is getting filled with a whole bunch of delicious and daring toppings.

From the 20th to the 31st of March, a Woolworths ice cream truck will be making its way around Auckland and Tauranga, scooping and serving up hot cross-bun sandwiches filled with ice cream.

You can choose between their whole hot cross bun selection including Hershey’s chocolate, Caramilk, Brioche, Biscoff and a few gluten-free options too.

Pair it with your favourite ice cream and top it off with some deliciously sweet or bold and daring toppings. There are classic sweet-tooth favourites like bananas, strawberries, sprinkles, and chocolate sauce. 

Or if you are feeling a bit more adventurous, there are also bacon bits, marmite, kimchi and blue cheese to choose from.

Here’s where you can get a Hot Cross Bun Ice Cream for Easter

  • Wednesday 20th March: 11am – 4pm Western Park, Ponsonby Road, Auckland
  • Friday 22nd March: 10am – 1pm Te Komititanga Square at Commercial Bay, Auckland
  • Friday 22nd March: 5pm – 8.30pm Food Truck Collective, Thomas Bloodworth Park, Remuera
  • Saturday 23rd March: 10am – 2pm Papakura Park Fest, Central Park, Papakura
  • Sunday 24th March: 10am – 3pm Tamaki Drive (near the fountain), Mission Bay
  • Friday 29th March: 11am – 4pm Tauranga Good Friday Markets, Tauranga Racecourse
  • Saturday 30th March: 10am – 3pm Maunganui Beach, Mt Maunganui
  • Sunday 31st March: 12pm – 5pm Tauranga CBD near The Strand

You’ll want to arrive early because Woolworths says they’ve got limited scoops and buns to serve at each location. 

Getting a sandwich for a small gold coin donation seems like a fair deal with all contributions heading towards helping KidsCan. 

It’s awesome to see Woolworths helping out Kiwi kids and families in need.