Addy Mac’s Ice Cream Joins Foxtail Bakeshop’s Kitchen

A collaboration designed by the foodie gods has arrived

Foxtail Bakeshop and Addy Mac’s Ice Cream have joined culinary and creative forces. Central Oregonians can look forward to homemade ice cream this summer. For those of you who know and love Addy Mac’s Ice Cream truck, you’ll be thrilled to know that you can now get single and double scoops of the locally-made ice cream at The Box Factory bakery six days a week.
Addy Mac’s staple flavors like milk chocolate and peanut butter Oreo will be available Tuesday through Sunday from 8 am until 1 pm.
Justin Scott, owner of Addy Mac’s, joined Foxtail’s kitchen after deciding to close his well-known ice cream truck for the summer (due to COVID-19). While he’s still privately catering small events, the opportunity to join Nickol Hayden-Cady, owner of Foxtail Bakeshop and Kitchen, was one he couldn’t let pass.
Arm scoops vanilla ice cream from a large white gallon bucket
“The menu will change from week to week with both new and experimental flavors,” Scott teases. This week’s new release includes a vegan coconut ginger ice cream made with coconut milk and cream (drool!).
Foxtail is currently scooping two Addy Mac’s classics: salted vanilla and roasted strawberry, which can be enjoyed by the scoop in a cup or cone, or served a la mode with one of Foxtail’s signature desserts. This month’s special, running through the end of July, includes a passionfruit and salted caramel milkshake.
Man holds a cone with two scoops of strawberry ice cream as it starts to melt down the right side of the cone.
Addy Mac’s can also be found around Bend at Barrio downtown, El Sancho eastside, and both Worthy Brewing Pub and Worthy Taps and Tacos locations.
Foxtail Bakeshop and Kitchen
at The Box Factory



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