Bluebonnets Shaved Ice, located in front of H-E-B Plus at 5000 Gattis School Road, Hutto, opened in March. The shaved ice truck is open until September daily from noon-8 p.m. The truck serves four different sizes of shaved ice in 30 flavors with sugar-free options. 737-239-5909. www.bluebonnetsshavedice.com
Bluebonnets Shaved Ice opens for summer season in Hutto
The shaved ice truck will be open until September daily from noon-8 p.m. (Megan Cardona/Community Impact Newspaper)
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