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Frost Doughnuts - A Delicious Do


A couple of weeks ago, my roommate and I went to run some errands, but stopped to each brunch at Georgia's Greek Deli, which I talked about in this post. What I haven't talked about yet is our excursion to Frost, a delicious doughnut shop in Mill Creek.

They refer to themselves as the "Destination for Dessert," which is a very fitting description indeed. Outside of the store, you're met with giant sized images of cupcakes and desserts, making it very difficult to simply walk by without wanting to walk in:

I had a hard time choosing a delectable treat, which you can possibly determine was a result of there being so many choices available. In the picture below, you can only see the cupcakes side. Further to the right, there were the doughnuts. Aren't they pretty? Oh cuppy-cakes...


 But I eventually selected the maple bacon bar:

which has gobs of crunchy bacon layered into the maple glaze. Truly delicious. I waited until the following morning for breakfast to indulge in the doughnut, but on the other hand, the treat I allowed myself to have on that day was the hot cocoa cupcake, which had the creamiest and richest whipped cream frosting. Delicious, times two!


So my overall rating of this shop? Out of 5 stars, I would give 4.5 stars. I haven't gotten to try their coffee or wine pairings. Nor did I try any other flavors, but when I return there some day, I will need to try out more things to see if my rating changes. Yelp has a solid 4 stars to their credit.

Have you ever been to Frost? What is your favorite kind of doughnut? Mine is probably the maple bar. Classic, but delicous.

Thank goodness for a very sweet chai tea tonight otherwise I'd be salivating all over my keyboard right now just craving chocolate and other sweets. ;-)

Sweets to the sweetest,

Em

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