The frozen-treat machines that line the walls at U-Swirl Frozen Yogurt's three Idaho locations churn out up to 20 flavors ready to be buried under heaping scoops of self-serve toppings. Patrons can fill their cups to the brim with velvety swirls of strawberry, chocolate, or Irish mint before capping off each chilled peak with toppings that include fresh fruit, candy, kids' cereals, and chocolate sauce. The live cultures nestled within each ounce ($0.39) of frozen yogurt can bolster digestive function and immunity, and its calcium can fortify bones and keep snowmen’s innards chilled long into the spring.
Thick, iced slices of cake are an essential part of birthdays, holidays, and other special events, yet some people must sit out the festivities due to allergies and intolerances. The bakers at D'Arcey's Catering, Bakeshoppe and Nutrition Services help hosts include all guests thanks to an on-staff dietician and designated gluten-free kitchen able to accommodate a variety of dietary restrictions. Using local ingredients, the bakers craft flaky pies filled with fruit and cream interiors, tiered cakes with several varieties of gooey fillings, and cupcakes with flavors more avant-garde than John Cage’s pantry. Alongside their baked goods, chefs craft a full menu of catering dishes that can serve as a prelude to their custom desserts.
Red chairs pop against the classic black-and-white checkered floor tiles at Korner Bistro. The green plants that fleck the interior offer an aesthetic touch similar to the foam art found atop hot espresso drinks. The balance of the elegant yet cozy ambience matches the balance of the menu. Grilled paninis, 6- to 13-inch sandwiches, and an array of pastries complement a full slate of hot and iced café beverages.
I have taken the scone dough, which is a very active dough with all the rising ingredients, and stretched it, pulled it, rolled it and came up with all kinds of unique ideas for it's use. We have sconewiches, scone sticks, sweet & savory scones and much more. Scottish scones that are deep fried versus English scones baked
It can be hard to find the right balance between healthy treats and tasty ones, but at CC’s Cupcake Cafe, desserts that toe that fine line can be delivered directly to your door. The bakers at the delivery-only shop hand pick the fruits and vegetables that go into their full menu of cupcakes, cookies, and cake pops, eschewing preservatives and low-quality ingredients to create chic gourmet confections. The shop’s cupcakes—which come in flavors such as mocha, spicy carrot, and toasted coconut—can be decorated with customizable fondant, and some flavors can accommodate clients on a gluten-free diet. Bakers also craft cake pops and cookies, which allow clients to start their morning with a burst of energy without having to remember to plug themselves in every night.
Preece Designer Chocolate hand-dips and drizzles its traditional, truffle, and signature-flavored fillings in rich chocolate made from cocoa beans harvested by farmers on the Ivory Coast. Caramel coats triple-chocolate nougat in the Chocopolitan ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8), and the Bordeaux ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8) encases brown sugar buttercream into a chocolaty sarcophagus befitting of sweet-toothed royalty. Whereas the Blue Velvet melds blue cheese and chocolate ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8), the Velvet Hammer piles caramel, coffee, and chocolate atop one another ($0.95 each; $7.50 for 8). Additionally, salty and sweet flavors meld in potato chips smothered in chocolate ($6.50/6 oz.) offer a tastier treat than a peanut-butter-and-jellyfish sandwich.
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