Sweetness Bake Shop adds Doughnuts to its Arsenal

Sweetness Bake Shop & Cafe who also run the Sugar Rush Truck have added doughnuts to its arsenal of sweet creations. The doughnuts will also be available on the truck occasionally as they were this past Friday at Tamiami Park. It seems as if they are testing out different flavors daily since there was a Lucky Charms doughnut when I was there that I hadn’t seen on their Facebook page.

And whoever that slickster was who called in to buy up all the Maple Bacon Doughnuts right front under my nose before I had ordered mine, better luck next time. I got mine! I sat down with a Cafe con Leche and enjoyed my Maple Bacon and Glazed doughnuts. I think most folks will go for the different flavor combinations but I’ll stick to my glazed thank you very much since it’s fucking delicious.

Btw, where’s the Guayabera doughnut Sweetness folks (Guava & Cream Cheese cupcake flavor they’re known for) ?

Glazed, Chocolate Glazed, Peanut Butter Cup, Boston Cream, Cookies & Cream, Trix Doughnuts (pic courtesy of Sweetness)

Cookies & Cream, S’more, & Maple Bacon Doughnuts (pic courtesy of Sweetness)

Doughnut Display

Peanut Butter Cup Doughnut (pic courtesy of Sweetness)

Lucky Charms Doughnut

Maple Bacon Doughnut

Glazed Doughnut aka Mr. Delicious

To get your Doughnut fix:

Sweetness Bake Shop & Cafe
9549 SW 72nd Street, Miami, FL
305-271-7791

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  • Tony

    Just like Sakaya Kitchen

  • http://www.facebook.com/burgerbeast Burger Beast

    I didn’t realize Sakaya Kitchen created doughnuts.

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    The high sweetness detection threshold and low bitterness detection threshold would have predisposed our primate ancestors to seek out sweet-tasting (and energy-dense) foods and avoid bitter-tasting foods.