Another day, another food truck, right? Wrong. Sure, to the average person walking up to buy a pastry, cupcake or muffin, it may just seem like any old truck. But the difference with Sweet Miss Givings is that more half of the profits benefit Chicago House, which helps make life better for homeless and HIV-infected men, women and children.
While Sweet Miss Givings opened its first store in the Chicago French Market last year, its mobile shop will roam Chicago's streets offering breakfast pastries and other baked goods, like brownies and red velvet cupcakes, throughout the day. Follow their whereabouts on Twitter and, even if you feel guilty for eating that second cupcake, you can feel better knowing that purchase went to make someone's life a little bit better.