First things first, April is filled with national food holidays, which gives food lovers yet another reason to eat at food trucks. Whether you are new to the food truck industry — and are browsing food trucks for sale as a result — or have been at this game for years, make sure to be on the lookout for these food holidays.
April 12: National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day
While grilled cheese sandwiches might seem rather simple, the ingredients that can go in these bad boys are limitless.
Here’s one idea for gourmet food trucks: Make two grilled cheese sandwiches. Then, put a burger patty and some other burger ingredients in between said two grilled cheese sandwiches. The result? Pure amazingness.
April 16: National Eggs Benedict Day
Serving up eggs Benedict might get a little crazy, but there are so many food lovers out there who love — you guessed it — eggs Benedict. If your mobile kitchen usually doesn’t serve up breakfast, then you can really give your customers a treat by doing exactly that on this holiday.
The best part? There are plenty of ways to make eggs Benedict. It’s up to the mobile catering trucks to get creative on this once-in-a-year day.
April 23: National Cherry Cheesecake Day
If you love cheesecake, then you probably celebrate National Cherry Cheesecake Day every year. If you are a lunch truck owner, then surely you can appease the masses by serving up some cherry cheesecake. Who knows, maybe you already have your own secret recipe for this day?
April 24: National Pigs-In-A-Blanket Day
There are so many versions of pigs in a blanket that food truck businesses can take advantage of. However, if mobile food trucks want to keep it simple, then that is fine as well. The classic pigs in a blanket, which consists of hot dogs wrapped in dough, is amazing as is.
April 26: National Pretzel Day
If kitchen truck owners are really into their food holidays, then they shouldn’t be afraid to fire up some pretzels on National Pretzel Day. As long as you are eating (or serving) a bag of pretzels as a side dish, or a soft and delicious pretzel as a big snack, you will be winning on this holiday.
Moral of the story: If you are browsing used food trucks for sale or have owned a customized truck for years, don’t be afraid to spice up the menu, especially when it comes to national food holidays.
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