Though the baking endeavors of Emerald City Cake Balls owner Roni Sanders include tiny treats, she strives to pack each bite-size morsel with a potent blend of flavors. The skilled baker mixes moist cake and brownies with frosting, fruit fillings, and puddings, swathes the bite-size morsels in a chocolate shell, and adorns them by hand with stripes of chocolate and dustings of sprinkles, earning her treats the spotlight on King 5’s New Day. She strives to match her treats’ lavish exteriors with equally uncommon flavor combinations: in addition to vanilla and chocolate, customers can bite into flavors such as maple pancake and caramel macchiato.
The shelves of Legendary Doughnuts are lined each day with an ever-changing variety of hand-rolled, fresh fried treats topped with unconventional frostings and toppings. Shoppers can sink their teeth into the extra-large glazed Homer Simpson or try the George Washington, a chocolate-cake donut with chocolate-cherry ganache and almond slices. Old-fashioned varieties include the lemon-coconut donut with a lemon glaze and a crown of coconut, and specialties include the Fluff-A-Nutter stuffed with banana, peanut butter, and marshmallow. Legendary Doughnuts fills custom orders, too, whether customers would like an assortment of seasonal donuts, a tower of 25 donut balls, or a special plate of three donuts stacked and decorated to look like a hamburger.
The Wetzel Family has their daughter Madyson to thank for giving rise to their sweet family business. When she was 4, the inquisitive little girl asked her father how to make a marshmallow, and the rest is history. Today, Madyson's Marshmallows churns out the beloved treat in myriad forms, including chocolate-dipped and chocolate-filled versions, marshmallow pops, and even marshmallow donuts. These handmade treats are available in both gift-ready form and in bulk, so shoppers can buy a bunch and eat them right away or save to share with friends.