With blazing ovens, scratch-made glazes, and a flotilla of fillings, the donut architects at D Square Donuts defy and embrace convention daily by offering a menu of square sweets and traditional round cakes. Satisfy quadratic cravings with boxy baked treats packed with sweet key-lime filling or sprinkled with coconut shavings from formerly bearded palm trees ($0.85 each, $8.50 a dozen). Delectable dozens unite pastry prisms and hoops in the same package, allowing taste buds to enjoy four-cornered glazed and cocoa-coated, death-by-chocolate treats. Orders of donut holes recycle recently extracted cores to create spherical confections ideal for bite-sized snacking or teaching one's tongue to juggle ($1.85).
Specializing in creative fondant cakes, Midtown Cakes caters to individual requests, resulting in one-of-a-kind creations for birthdays, celebrations, and International Brain Awareness Month. From the decadent german chocolate cake ($33) and the rich carrot cake ($36) to the flavorful pound cake ($20 all flavors), patrons are sure to find a layered masterpiece capable of pleasing even the pickiest postman palates. With more than six years of experience, Tanya has honed her skills under confectionary masters, leading to delicious and visually gratifying representatives of the world's most mouthwatering population.
Tastee Cookie Company, also known as TCC Cookies, is located on Gunboat Drive off Milgen & Miller Rd, behind Spicoli's in the Winn Dixie Shopping Center in Columbus, GA. We have 2 signature cookies, Toffee Chocolate Caramel and Double Chocolate Caramel, along with familiar flavors that everyone loves. We love new customers!
Fiesta Cakes Bakery founders Karla and Laura transform their kitchen into a sugary art studio brimming with fanciful cakes and colorfully adorned confectionaries. Custom-crafted cakes pay sweet homage to birthdays, showers, and weddings through one-of-a-kind designs of pirates, designer shoes, and congressional filibusters. Confection perfectionists top cupcakes with icing and sprinkles ($1.50 each) or mini icing illustrations ($2 each), and elegant fondant cupcakes ($3 each) satisfy chic sweet teeth. Brownies ($1.50 each) and zesty lemon bars ($1.50 each) compete with decorated cookies ($2.75–$4 each) to win the hearts and minds of stomachs.
Taylor Mack Fine Cakes crafts delectable handheld edibles that sport a variety of flavorful, colorful frocks. The sweetmeat shop bakes up its homemade cupcakes in traditional stylings, including always-dependable vanilla ($2.25) and the fiercely loyal red velvet ($2.25). Those looking for more esoteric flavorings can revel in bites of the espresso coffee, which tops chocolate cake with chopped coffee beans and a rich dollop of chocolate frosting ($2.25), or the butter rum, a buttery rum foundation with a generous slathering of cream-cheese frosting ($2.25). Pick a sixer of the same flavor, or mix and match flavors based on appearance, hobbies, or favorite Bill Murray movie.
Frozen yogurt always has the same refreshingly cool, creamy texture, but at Yogurtopia, it can taste like a variety of different desserts. That's because the shop sells frozen yogurt in 16 flavors, including Very Strawberry and Thin Mint Cookie. Visitors can customize frosty swirls with toppings, which range from crunchy cereal to cheesecake squares.