Fruit pie and other breakfast delights at Mac Mine food truck in Creede, Colorado


For the winter, the Mac Mine food truck is whipping up some breakfast delights in Creede, Colorado. Grab an egg burrito, tater tots, and a fruit pie.

Egg and cheese are the default ingredients of a Mac Mine Food Truck burrito, though you can add ingredients like sausage or bacon for 75 cents each. I ordered a burrito with eggs and sausage at The Mac Mine Food Truck. I took off my gloves and warmed my hands on the foil wrapper before I ate it quickly in the frost. Also, the side of tater tots is something special, its skin thick in crispy flakes.

A few days after the burrito, I returned to the food truck for what I consider to be its specialty, a fruit pie. I picked up a Lemon Blueberry Pie. The lemon innards are thick with blueberry bits. Usually, when I eat a pie from a corporation like McDonald’s, the crust is my favorite part and the filling is eh, but the viscous fruity filling of a Mac Mine pie matches up to the quality of the crust. 

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There are other pie flavors like Apricot, Pecan, Raspberry, and Strawberry Rhubarb. You better eat that pastry with a napkin and/or a fork, because any skin contact with the pie will rub its sticky sugar on you.

I asked Amy, the cook running the food truck, if there were any other Mac Miner trucks around Colorado. Turned out, nope, there ain’t any other food truck like this in Colorado. It’s one of a kind and exclusive to Creede.

This winter, it’s open 7 a.m. -11 a.m. When summer comes around for Creede to defrost, expect the menu options and hours to expand. However, whatever is on the current winter menu can just be enough. And hey, the line ain’t long in the snow.

photo via Caroline Cao

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What would you have in your breakfast burrito? What kind of fruit pie would you get at the Mac Mine?