Tropical Sno

If you have never had a “sno ball,” you don’t know what you’re missing.  It is a sweet little dream that I enjoyed as a kid and still enjoy today.  My husband and I decided to stop by Tropical Sno at the Foothills Mall for a  sweet treat.

I ordered a mixture of birthday cake, mango and cotton candy.   Of course I added cream, which was delicious!

Shirt (Juicy Couture), pants (McKenna Los Angeles), wedges (Kenneth Cole), wristlet (Coach), vintage bracelet), watch (Coach by Movado), neclace (Bella Bella in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and a gift from mom).

I felt like a kid again.

This really satisfied my “sweet tooth”!  I also ate some of my hubby’s sno ball too.  One was not enough for me.

Until next time, find your nearest sno ball stand, enjoy a wonderful sno ball with your family and have a great weekend!

Shayla Jay

Shayla Jay


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  1. DJ

    MMMMMM! I can almost taste it. I guess I will have to come to Arizona and try it.

    • shaylajay

      I had never eaten Tropical Sno before. I was used to those old school “sno balls” (we called them sno cones when I was a kid). As a kid, the ice was more crunchy. The ice at Tropical Sno just melts in your mouth. It’s so good!

  2. Brandy

    Oh my Gooodness….Shayla. I remembered the Sno Ball man when I was living in Baton Rouge. My freshman year at Southern, while adjusting to the roommate thing in Boley Hall. I totally remembered, it was a terrible year and a native of Baton Rouge (now my BFF) introduced me to the Snow Ball Stand.

    After which, I fell in love with the little stand, that after my boring philosophy class in Higgins Hall on Fridays, I would always go there. It was on the corner of 22 and North Street.

    Wow…..the pictures brought back memories…..adorable!

    • shaylajay

      Girl, I love sno balls! My little cousins in Mississippi have a sno ball stand that they work in during the summer. I can’t get enough!