stephandericaFrozen Sin partners Erica and Stephanie Belk have the answer for all of the Long Island foodies looking for an unmatched gourmet food experience. And this one happens to be on wheels.

The duo bonded over a passion for food and are fond of exploring new restaurants and going on food crawls looking for the best flavors in the area. They eventually decided to create some of their own. Frozen Sin is a Long Island first: A gourmet sweets food truck that serves warm, made-to-order mini doughnuts -- with creative toppings, glazes, and sugars -- and homemade ice cream sandwiches in a memorable (and patent-pending) shape. All of their homemade recipes are prepared from scratch using fresh, local ingredients.

Chef Erica, born and raised on Long Island, has had a lifelong passion for the culinary arts, especially baking. Though she knew she wanted to be a chef by age four, her training began by accident. Erica's severe childhood asthma prevented her from playing outside with the neighborhood kids. Instead, she spent her afternoons in the kitchen with her mother, learning to cook.

Erica attended the culinary arts program at her local BOCES and went on to enroll at The Culinary Institute of America, where she completed her associates and bachelor’s degrees. She has studied her craft in Spain, worked at high-end restaurants in New York City and well known Long Island bakeries. “I always felt like I had so many ideas to share, and did not want to settle working for someone else my entire career. It wasn’t until Steph came around that this dream came to life."

Stephanie, also a Long Island native, comes from an Italian family -- where food is life. Stephanie has a bachelor’s degree in communication disorders and is completing her master’s degree in developmental disability and applied behavior analysis. While studying at the University of Central Florida, she questioned why the food truck culture had exploded in her neighborhood yet seemed oddly invisible on Long Island.

It took a combination of Erica and Stephanie's skills and creativity to dream up Frozen Sin. All of their recipes are taste-tested by Stephanie’s 88-year-old grandmother, an ice cream lover who said their creations remind her of the fresh, homemade ice cream she knew growing up. That's when they knew they their vision was worth sharing with food lovers across Long Island.

From fresh batches of mini doughnuts -- made right at the serving window -- to doughnut sundaes featuring their homemade ice cream, to their signature, unforgettable ice cream sandwiches, Frozen Sin truly is a culinary experience that'll leave you craving more.