Well, Wednesday I blogged about my trip to the Doughnut Plant in New York City and man, that Creme Brulee Doughnut was a gift! Today, we head back to my home state of Utah to Provo Bakery. In my mind it's home of the most delicious maple bar. I'm a sucker for a good maple bar. I hate to admit it but anytime someone brings doughnuts to a gathering, I pretty much box-out my friends to snag the maple bar. Seriously, why do people only put one or two maple bars in the box when they buy a dozen? Crazies.
But you know what? Provo Bakery makes so many more delicious doughnuts and bakery treats. Among those are those gooey-looking, upside-down muffins in the picture. I can't remember their official name but I believe it's something like sticky honey-bran muffins. I order them every time I go to Provo Bakery. I think I added the sticky--trust me, they are sticky. I'm also adore Provo Bakery's apple fritters, Venetian cookies and pumpkin-shaped-and-colored bread bowls. Of course, you're going to find lots of other types of doughnuts, muffins, muffin tops, cookies, danishes, breads, cupcakes, cookies, baklava and more!
Next time you are in Provo, head to Provo Bakery. Man, I want a doughnut!
190 East 100 North
Tue-Fri 7 am - 6 pm
Sat 7 am - 5 pm
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