Peach Cobbler Cheesecake Cones

 This food truck, about an hour outside West Palm Beach, doles out delectable fare like fried chicken and waffles, loaded cheesy potatoes, strawberry shortcake cheesecake, and more.

It's so hot outside you could fry an egg, as they say. Which means two things for our Southern palates: Extra ice in our sweet tea, and bring on the peach cobbler. Here, here, y'all.

While we're not traveling these days amid the coronavirus crisis, we've discovered a food truck that we're immediately adding to our must-visit list, NuNu's Sweet Soul Food, courtesy of website It's a Southern Thing. You can find the food truck at 708 Delaware Avenue in Fort Pierce, Florida, and the outlet reports that the peach cobbler is "so good diners are willing to drive hours for it." Based on the tantalizing photo, we can't say we're surprised. To further whet your appetite, yes, that's a mix of cheesecake and peach cobbler you see stuffed inside each ice cream cone.

Patricia Hearns is the chef-owner, and also works alongside her husband Robert and the couple's son, Levie Dixon who manages the operation, which includes a catering service and soon-to-open second location. The food truck is named in honor of Hearns' late son and attracts locals and visitors alike to come get a taste of the eclectic menu.

As for what you can expect? A quick perusal of their Facebook page reveals winning dishes like mac and cheese, fried okra, potato salad, sweet corn nuggets, oxtail, and more. For dessert, there's Strawberry Cheesecake Crunch, Red Velvet Cream Cake, Bread Pudding Cheesecake, and more, along with the aforementioned peach cobbler delight.

As one happy customer put it in his review, "There is absolutely no food anywhere as fantastic as this food made with love by some of the sweetest people in Fort Pierce."

Peach Cobbler Cheesecake Cones


  • 1 lb peaches
  • 2 cups heavy whipping cream
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 14 oz sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 3 graham crackers, crumbled

Kitchen Gadgets
  • hand mixer
  • small pot
  • medium bowl
  • large bowl
  • bread baking dish


  1. Peel, slice & cut all peaches into small chunks.Into smaller pot add cut peaches, sugar & ground cinnamon. Cook on stove on low heat for 8-10 minutes until peaches are soft. Once cooked place in fridge to cool.Into medium bowl add condensed milk and vanilla extract. Stir the two together until combined.
  2. Set aside.Into large bowl add whipping cream. Using hand mixer blend the cream on medium-high speed until it turns into thick whip cream.Once whipped cream is created, transfer whipped cream into bowl with milk/vanilla mixture. Slowly fold the whipped cream in to combine.Into rectangular bread dish, add a layer of vanilla whipped cream. Next add 1/3 crumbled graham crackers & peaches. Repeat the process 2 more times.Once the ice cream is layered, place into freezer for 4-5 hours until set. After set, serve & enjoy!

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