I woke up needing a cream filled donut. I visited the Jack Frost Donut Shop website and saw they offered multiple filled donut varieties. 🙂 🙂 🙂 The short 10-minute drive to the donut shop was well worth making the trek. Luckily, I arrived in what seemed to be the nick of time…there were a few scattered donuts hanging out but still a wide variety. **BLESSED**
The ride home was not quite as fast. The donuts smelled delicious and I kept worrying I would starve to death…probably should have eaten one at Jack Frost’s cute, diner style donut shop. When I FINALLY got to enjoy the angel cream filled donut I was not disappointed. The dough was super light and pastry-like and delicious. No overly greasy taste. The filling was just like an angel creamed – super light and fluffy emulating the dough and no granular texture. All you can want in a good cream. If an angel food cake was reimagined as a donut this would be the donut. The chocolate frosting was very….settled (trying to put it nicely). It was hardened but still had a good taste, but I feel like a lighter frosting would have been the best compliment.
THE BREAKDOWN: Angel Cream Filled Donut
Store: Jack Frost Donut Shop Visit their site here
Address: 2119 Buffalo Rd, Erie, PA 16510
Cost: Half dozen for $4.75
What they want to highlight: Old fashioned donut shop
What I thought was the highlight: Old fashioned donut shop! WIN!
Rating out of 5 stars: 4 – very good and will probably crave it again
Would I buy it again?: Definitely!
What could make it better?: The chocolate frosting on top. It wasn’t even that bad. It just wasn’t as good as the rest of the donut.
They’re open! I got there at about 9:45AM and almost missed out so get there early for a full selection 🙂
Where I should have dined so I didn’t almost die.
Little smooshed from sitting at the bottom of the bag. But still so good.
Have you been to Jack Frost Donuts? What your favorite cream filled donut? LEAVE A COMMENT. And have a nice Saturday 🙂