Sunday, May 15, 2011

frost.

how else could you possibly top off an awesome weekend of family fun? with a doughnut lunch? the answer is yes of course. ever since they opened frost near us (like last summer, ha) i have been wanting to try it. we were all about top pot and voo-doo before but dare i say...frost's bacon maple really gives voo-doo's a run for it's money.
the girls had fun watching them make the doughnuts through the windows near our tables; towards the end though the shop was getting really busy so i convinced them to leave and give up our table on the bribe that we could watch youtube videos on how doughnuts are made when we got home-they held me to it!
my only regret...i didn't get on the other side of the camera at all! ha, did you think i was gonna say that i cheated on my diet with a doughnut? cause eff no, the white chocolate truffle with raspberry old-fashioned i had was well worth avoiding the scale tomorrow!

8 comments:

melissa rohr said...

 all of your girls are beautiful... but your oldest - omg - mini-model. what a beauty! and those donuts look and sound amazing. although we have donuts here (australia) they are not as good as the ones in north america. every once-and-a-while i have a massive crazing for an american donut. you've only added to my torture now. thanks a lot. *homesick*

melissa rohr said...

Nom. I love Frost.  Our ped is right there behind Central Market - we go there as a treat if shots are involved in our dr visit! 

melissa rohr said...

 Something about kids and donuts...great combo. :) XO

melissa rohr said...

i think we're def going to have to make it a more frequent sunday tradition :)  :) 

melissa rohr said...

it was such a fun cheap way to get us out of the house. now if only doughnuts had the calorie content of celery :) 

melissa rohr said...

Mmmm I LOVE Frost!! 

melissa rohr said...

My good friend does the same thing! Her son gets to pick out as many doughnuts as he got shots! 

melissa rohr said...

thanks :) you know what is funny...one of the youtube 'how to' videos was a guy in australia teaching how to make them at home, lol!