TexasSno - New Olreans style snoballs

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"The only link in the world's smallest snoball chain!"   New Orleans Style Snoballs - made the old fashioned way.

 2014 Spring / Summer Season is here!

New Spring / Summer hours are now in effect.   1:30 PM to 8:30 PM M-F and 12:30 PM to 8:30 PM Sat. & Sun.  

Tell your friends and neighbors about TexasSno! A snoball is not a snow cone, which is crunchy and doesn’t hold syrup well. A snoball is made of finely shaved ice that is drenched in syrup and complemented with toppings like condensed milk or ice cream.   Try our seasonal favorates as well.   TexasSno brings a little taste of New Orleans to Katy Texas.

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World famous New Orleans Style snoballs made using the old recipes with attention to detail.  Less than 1 in 20 snoball stands still use the old method for making simple syrup.   Snoballs so rich you can taste the difference!   What sets us apart is top notch personalized customer service in an atmosphere of southern hospitality.   You will LOVE your snoball from TexasSno- We guarantee it!

Katy water tower, Katy, TX

Katy, suburb of Houston, Texas, is named for the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad (commonly referred to as the "K-T Railroad", now a part of Union Pacific) that ran through Katy in the 19th century. 

Katy was once known as Cane Island. The name is derived from Cane Island Creek which runs just west of downtown. Cane Creek is a branch of Buffalo Bayou. The origins of the name Cane Island are believed to be from the fact that Katy was once a major sugar cane producer and rice producer.

To commemorate the importance of rice to the Katy community, the Chamber of Commerce holds the Rice Harvest Festival every second weekend of October. The railroad had been built through the community by the end of 1893.