Here in Alabama, we have access to all types of delicious desserts, many of which are quite outrageous. From over-the-top milkshakes to creative ice cream treats, the options are endless. Listed below are nine of Alabama’s most outrageous desserts. You’ll want to try them all!
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1. Monster Shakes at K & J's Elegant Pastries - Alabaster
Even though K & J’s Elegant Pastries specializes in custom cakes and other baked treats, their Monster Shakes have become quite popular. These over-the-top milkshakes come in a variety of flavors and are topped with cotton candy, cupcakes, candy bars, fruit, and more. Address: 236 1st Street South, Alabaster, AL, 35007
2. 2-Pound Cinnamon Roll at Mr. Coffee Bean - Dothan
Mr. Coffee Bean
If you're a fan of cinnamon rolls, you'll want to visit Mr. Coffee Bean. This coffee shop serves a 2-pound cinnamon roll that's topped with cream cheese icing, and it can feed 6-8 people. A caramel pecan 2-pound cinnamon roll is also available. Address: 1445 Westgate Parkway, Dothan, AL, 36303
3. Moon Pie A La Mode at Felix's Fish Camp - Spanish Fort
Felix's Fish Camp is located on Mobile Bay and is one of Alabama's top seafood restaurants. It also offers a variety of desserts, including its famous Moon Pie A La Mode, which consists of a chocolate MoonPie, two scoops of vanilla ice cream, and chocolate syrup. Address: 1530 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort, AL, 36527
4. Extreme Milkshakes at The Mason Jar - Auburn
The Mason Jar is a charming restaurant that specializes in delicious Southern cuisine. It's also well known for its famous Extreme Milkshakes, which come with a variety of toppings such as cotton candy, popsicles, candy bars, fruit, and more. Address: 1936 South College Street, Auburn, AL, 36832
5. Banana Split at Cammie's Old Dutch Ice Cream Shoppe - Mobile
Cammie's Old Dutch Ice Cream Shoppe is a charming ice cream parlor that offers 47 flavors of ice cream. It also offers a variety of frozen treats, including sundaes, parfaits, and its famous banana splits. Address: 2511 Old Shell Road, Mobile, AL, 36607
6. Homemade Cakes at City Cafe Diner - Huntsville
City Cafe Diner is an incredible restaurant that's well known for its large portions. Just like its entrees, this restaurant's desserts are also large, especially its cake slices. Address: 2003 Drake Avenue, Huntsville, AL, 35801
7. Cotton Candy Ice Cream Burrito at Cream & Cones Ice Cream Lounge - Pelham
Cream & Cones Ice Cream Lounge offers 36 delicious ice cream flavors. It also offers a variety of creative ice cream treats, including its famous Doughnut Ice Cream Burger and Cotton Candy Ice Cream Burrito. Address: 2152 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL, 35124
8. Ice Cream Nachos at Bluff Park Ice Cream Shoppe - Birmingham
Bluff Park Ice Cream Shoppe offers more than 100 rotating ice cream flavors. When it comes to unique treats, this ice cream shop doesn't disappoint! It offers cookie ice cream sandwiches, waffle sundaes, ice cream nachos, and more. Address: 815 Shades Crest Road, Birmingham, AL, 35226
9. Rolled Ice Cream at Sno DASH Frozen Treats - Mobile
Sno DASH Frozen Treats specializes in rolled ice cream, which is today's newest ice cream craze. For this unique ice cream treat, customers get to choose a base flavor, one mix-in, and two toppings. They then get to watch an employee roll it on a cold refrigerated plate right in front of them. Address: 907 Hillcrest Road, Suite H, Mobile, AL, 36695
Have you tried any of these outrageous desserts? If so, was it worth saving room for? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!
One of Alabama’s most popular desserts is banana pudding, which is a customer favorite at Sisters’ Restaurant in Troy. For information about this restaurant, click