We love a good savory brunch, but sometimes we’re just in the mood for something sweet. It’s basically an excuse to eat dessert for breakfast, and who doesn’t love that?? Here are our favorite ways to get that sweet fix early in the day:
Donuts from Triple B Farms
Obviously donuts and breakfast or brunch just work. And Triple B is doing it right…they’re making their donuts fresh daily, and they’re made with real fruit and cider! They offer five different seasonal flavors: strawberry, razzleberry, blueberry, peach, and apple. And, just in case you can’t finish your dozen, they reheat beautifully the next day. Keep in mind that you’ll probably want to make an event of visiting Triple B – you’ll go for the donuts, but you’ll stay for the pick-your-own, market, bakery, and awesome outdoor activities.
Scones from 350 Bakery
Remember when 350 Bakery opened their doors? Well, they’re currently closed until early July for renovations, but when they open back up, you can get your fix five days a week! We love everything they make, from their muffins to their puff tarts, but we can’t get enough of their scones. They’re perfect with a coffee, which works out well since you can still find them at plenty of local coffee shops until the bakery reopens.
Pancakes from B52
Vegan friends, we didn’t forget about you! The pancakes at B52 are not only vegan, they’re also free of nuts and sesame (although they do contain coconut). But honestly, you would never even know they’re so allergen-friendly because they’re just plain old delicious. Check their website before you order, but they were still takeout-only last we checked.
Liège Waffles from Waffallonia
If you’ve never had a Liège waffle before, you’re seriously missing out! It’s like a regular waffle with pearl sugar added to the batter, so you get an amazing crunch and sweetness that’s missing from other waffles. They’re delicious plain, or you can add any number of toppings like berries and fruit, spreads, sauces, and Dave & Andy’s ice cream. Create your own waffle or pick one of theirs…we promise you’ll crave Liège waffles forever after you try them.This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.