The Northshore’s Best Snowball Stands

If there’s one thing people like to argue about in South Louisiana, it’s food. Whether it’s the best fried shrimp po boy or the best king cake, we can discuss, debate, and even yell as we defend our favorites. Since it’s hot outside, the writers of Northshore Parent decided to put together a list of their favorite snowball stands. This was completely unscientific–the writers nominated favorites and we pulled a few from the Parents Prefer Awards to round things out. In the end we got a list that we think represents some of the best places to grab a cup full of frozen perfection.

Best Snowball Stand in Abita Springs

Honey’s Snowball Shack of Abita

71306 HWY 59

Abita Springs

What we tried: Coconut

Most popular: Chocolate OR KC Creamy (pretty much a condensed milk snow ball!)

Best Snowballs in Covington

Brazilian Breeze

105 S. Jefferson


Best Snowballs in Hammond

Snow Bros

14514 West Thomas St.


Snowball Stands in Mandeville

Just Chillin’ or Just Chillin’ Too

3799 LA-22


What we tried: Chocolate with condensed milk (MY FAV!)

Most popular: Strawberry

Check out the full story on this fun, innovative snowball stand in our local dish post right here

Northshore Ice Company

700 Florida Street


A copycat of Just Chillin’ with a fun patio for the kids to play. 

Best Snowballs in Slidell

Sugarlove Snowballs

1329 Englewood Dr


Creates a variety of specialty snowballs for different holidays and beyond. See our article about this fun stand right here


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2 Comments on "The Northshore’s Best Snowball Stands"

  1. It seems as if all Snoball stands weren’t judged. seems as if just the most popular was rated at the top. If they weren’t all visited, it would be an unfair survey and would negatively affect businesses in that area that were not judged. Just want to see if everyone was getting a fair chance at the rating. Maybe next time show a list of snoball stands that were visited. Thanks

    • While that is a great idea we like to try not to say we visited a place and did not like it because that would really hurt a business. We always open up a post like this to suggestions on facebook so that our readers have a chance to weigh in on the staff decisions. That way, everyone who reads gets a say.

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