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December 15, 2016
5 Best Places to Get Dessert in Colorado
Unwind with a delectable dessert in Colorado

Colorado is home to some of the best places to get dessert in the country. If your idea of a good time involves cakes, ice cream, chocolate or any kind of sweet treat, you’ll want to check out the following best places to get dessert in The Centennial State.

Sugarmill Desserts

If you need a sugar rush, look no further than Sugarmill Desserts, a cozy dessert destination in Denver, Colorado, that is bound to satisfy your cravings. Its dessert menu features treats like pumpkin cheesecake, toasted meringue, caramelized bananas and many other delectables, including some daily specials. While you may be interested in Sugarmill Desserts for the desserts, you will find that its dinner, lunch and brunch menus are also nothing to be scoffed at, which makes the restaurant one of the top dining destinations in Denver. Learn more at http://sugarmilldesserts.com.

Josh & John’s Naturally Homemade Ice Cream

John & John’s Naturally Homemade Ice Cream is one of the top-rated dessert joints in Colorado Springs. John & John’s claims to be the only shop in Colorado that still uses the slow churn approach to making ice cream, which requires more time and resources but helps give the ice cream all sorts of subtle flavors that are missing from the ice cream of other shops. Some of Josh & John’s most noteworthy ice cream flavors include Mocha Java Jolt, Dutch Chocolate and Oatmeal Cookie. In any case, if you can think of a flavor, Josh & John’s probably has it. See the full menu at http://joshandjohns.com.

Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt

Instead of having ice cream, why not have some frozen yogurt instead? The taste is similar—or better, if you really love yogurt—but the calorie content is lower. Orange Leaf has frozen yogurt stores all around the country, though only two in Colorado—one in Parker and one in Colorado Springs—which makes them somewhat of a treat should you come across one. And if you like your spoonful of frozen dessert to come topped with chunks of mango, peach, strawberry or any other fruit that might strike your fancy, that’s just another reason to get frozen yogurt over ice cream. Check out all of the possible flavors and combinations at http://orangeleafyogurt.com/.

Marigold Café & Bakery

The Marigold Café & Bakery is one of the top-rated places to get dessert in Colorado, and for good reason. The atmosphere, service and food are all upscale and worth every penny of the admittedly high prices. Founded by French chef Dominique and Orange County baker Elaine, the Marigold Café & Bakery is a bistro that specializes in cakes, cheesecakes, tarts and éclairs to go with your drinks or follow your entrees. In fact, the desserts are not just delicious but downright decadent—once you’ve had a taste, you’ll be back later for more, and with friends. Learn all about it at http://marigoldcafeandbakery.com/.

The Chocolate Café

Voted “Best Desserts” by readers of the Fort Collins Coloradoan and rated among the top three best desserts in Colorado on TripAdvisor, The Chocolate Café is where true chocolate aficionados go to order the best chocolate treats in Fort Collins. There are dark chocolate and white chocolate cakes of all kinds, as well as cheesecakes, ice cream, pies and various other desserts to choose from—even some without any chocolate at all. For the full menu and more details, head over to http://chocolatecafefc.com/.

When you have dessert in Colorado, all of the day’s worries and anxieties dissolve away like ice cream on a warm, sunny day.

This article is presented by Perkins Motors in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

 


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