The Whimsical Whisk is an award-winning online pastry company specializing in the dessert experience. Call or email in your order and we go to work. Making it from scratch, with butter only, pure cane sugar, whole eggs-nothing fake in our cookies, cakes, pastries, or cupcakes. We offer pick-up, delivery, and shipping.
It started with a handed-down family chocolate-chip-cookie recipe—then snowballed into an international wellspring of fresh-baked brownies and cookies of every ilk. Great American Cookies' artfully decorated cookie cakes celebrate occasions such as birthdays and holidays with enough cookie slices to feed an entire family gathering or pair of piranhas celebrating their anniversary. Decadent brownie flavors range from fudge to cheesecake to red velvet, and cookies are dished up in multiple tastes and forms, including snickerdoodles, original chocolate chip, and cookie cake available by the slice.
Squeeze is focused on hunting down the freshest ingredients from the untamed ingredient jungle and squishing them together, resulting in a menu that roars with nutritious and friendly life. Smoothies are made with 100% juice and fruit and have no sugar added. Choose from a variety of favorite flavor combinations in three sizes: the Rookie ($3.65 for 16 ounces), the Original ($4.45 for 24 ounces), and the Big Squeeze ($5.35 for 32 ounces). Slurp classily on classics such as a strawberry-banana-frozen-yogurt blend or a summery bouquet of watermelon juice, strawberries, bananas, and orange sherbet. "Exotic" smoothie combos cost about a dollar extra, giving customers super-vivifying body-electric choices including açai berry and Matcha green-tea blends.
Though it may seem a relic of the past, you don’t have to travel back in time to enjoy a hand-poured, hand-cut, and hand-wrapped caramel. Abbott’s Also Candy Shop serves them up—in charming, yellow-plaid boxes, to boot—alongside a full slate of chocolates, truffles, and fudge. Though this family-owned operation opened in 1993, it pays homage to old-style candy making in more ways than one. The owners purchased a more-than-100-year-old factory in Hagerstown, Indiana. Here, guests can watch as staffers handcraft sweets such as caramels.
Kolache Factory tweaks generations-old Eastern European recipes to whip up fresh, warm, pastries filled with sweet and savory fillings. Starting with a slightly sweet dough that is made from scratch every day, the Old World wizards whip up 25 different types of these traditional treats, tucking the flaky foundation around fillings of fresh fruit, meats, cheeses, and the occasional suckling pig. Wake up tired taste buds with morning mouthfuls of bacon, egg, and cheese kolache ($2.37 each) and broccoli, rice, and cheese ($1.39 each), or sample from savory un-savories such as peach, apple, cherry ($1.07) or chocolate cream cheese ($1.18). Ham and cheese ($1.39 each) and polish sausage ($2.99) make for hearty helpings during breakfast and lunch, while a philly cheesesteak kolache can serve as a filling circular snack ($1.83), or perfectly sized coaster for a jalapeño and cheddar cheese kolache ($1.39). For a nonspherical bite, Kolache Factory also serves up fresh cinnamon rolls ($1.50), cinnamon twists ($1.60), croissants ($3.08–$3.23), and sweet slabs of strudel niks ($1.72).