When milk-mustachioed gentlefolk realized they could get a richer, fuller mustache by consuming brownies as sloppily as possible, the dessert became the ace-up-the-sleeve for fake-moustache competitors worldwide. Today's Groupon gets you $25 worth of mug-adorning baked goods for $12 at Alotta Brownies on North Main Street in Fremont. Super-fresh ingredients unite from scratch to create a plethora of enticing goodies worth running along the mouth's taste buds.
Alotta Brownies is a true-blue neighborhood bakery where glass cases reveal sweet morsels of handmade decadence. The inviting confectionery is owned by New York native Michelle, whose former stomping grounds had her baking cakes for the sweet-toothed likes of Madonna, Mary Tyler Moore, and Yoko Ono. She and her lovingly prepared sweets migrated to the Midwest, where a 100-year-old sugar-cookie recipe mingles with more than 20 varieties of brownies and bars and a full menu of edible rewards. If you don't see your consummate confection, opt to customize a cake. Choose the filling, layer-count, frosting, and decoration, such as an eight-inch, three-layered creation smothered in cream-cheese frosting for $29.
Alotta Brownies' beautiful pastries and breads exit the oven with dreams of a proper belly home. Bulk trays of 48 brownies and bars can be arranged to satisfy any size gathering of chompers ($35), and individual cinnamon rolls ($2), donuts ($0.89), and citrusy orange rolls ($2.25) satisfy quick fixes that can't be quelled with sugar cubes alone.
- Arlington's newest business tempts the taste buds with extravagant desserts, exotic flavors and delectable pastries. – Melissa Rice, Washington County Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise
- One customer even said her teenage son dreamed about Kaiser’s caramel pecan rolls. – Tammy Real-McKeighan, Fremont Tribune
317 N Main St.
Fremont, Nebraska 68025Get Directions