Take A Road Trip To Mouthwatering Bakeries, Ice Cream Parlors, And Candy Shops Along This Magical Utah Dessert Trail
Utahns love their desserts. Whether it is pies, chocolates, ice cream, pastries, or even cheesecake, we are all about it. That’s why we created this magical Utah dessert trail. Taking you to seven mouthwatering shops from downtown Salt Lake City to Provo, this trail is sure to excite your sweet tooth. What are you waiting for?
While there are dozens of locations we could list on this dessert trail, we narrowed it down to seven that are unique and stand out. If you choose to complete our itinerary in its entirety, you will travel approximately 54 miles and it will require just under 90 minutes of drive time. This means that you can complete this trip in a single day, perfect for when you just can’t control your taste buds. You can use this
to customize your trip and add even more stops if you’d like.
Hatch Family Chocolates, Salt Lake City
The first stop on our dessert trail is one of the
best chocolate stores in Salt Lake City
— Hatch Family Chocolates. The candy and chocolates found in this shop are made using recipes and techniques that have been passed down through generations and you’ll immediately notice the difference. And, if you are in the mood, try some homemade ice cream — you won’t regret it.
376 8th Ave a, Salt Lake City, UT 84103, USA
Carol’s Pastry Shop, Salt Lake City
Tucked away in Sugarhouse is a true hidden gem — Carol’s Pastry Shop. This shop opened in 1948 and still offers baked goods that are unforgettable. While there are all types of pastries to try, don’t leave without an éclair. This pastry shop is known for this sweet treat and serves some of the
best eclairs in Utah
1991 Lincoln St, Salt Lake City, UT 84105, USA
Spilled Milk, Salt Lake City
is not your average ice cream shop. This unique stop on our dessert trail specializes in soft-serve ice cream that is infused with your favorite cereal. The ice cream is homemade, the ingredients are all-natural, and you don’t have to worry about any preservatives, stabilizers, and artificial flavors. This is one stop you don’t want to skip.
907 E 900 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84105, USA
Flake Pie Co., South Jordan
Our dessert trail through Utah wouldn’t be complete without pie. Stop into
Flake Pie Co.
, a charming bakery that features personal pies. All pies are made fresh and with high-quality ingredients. Plus, the items on the menu have the most fun and clever names, adding to the excitement of your visit. While you can always try a pie that is sweet, we highly recommend trying one of the savory pies on the menu.
1665 Towne Center Dr, South Jordan, UT 84095, USA
The Scoop!, West Jordan
The Scoop! is a
drive-thru ice cream shop
where you can purchase some of the best ice cream in Utah — ice cream from Utah State University and Brigham Young University, as well as Rowley’s Red Barn. Enjoy your ice cream in a cup, cake cone, sugar cone, or waffle cone, and don’t forget the brownie to go with it!
9035 S 1300 W, West Jordan, UT 84088, USA
Blox Dessert Bars, American Fork
Blox Dessert Bars
specializes in — you guessed it — dessert bars. This incredible dessert shop offers homemade dessert bars with flavors that change weekly. The bars are large, thick, and absolutely delicious. You’ll find items on the menu made from cookie dough, shortbread, brownies, and Rice Krispy cereal. There really is something for everyone here.
541 S 500 E St ste. a, American Fork, UT 84003, USA
Simply Cheesecake, Provo
The final stop on our road trip is a charming little cheesecake shop located in Provo. Simply Cheesecake is where you will find the most incredible and delectable
cheesecakes in Utah
. These cheesecakes are baked fresh each day and you can choose a single slice or an entire cheesecake (which we highly recommend!). Whether you like fruit, chocolate, or unique flavors, you will find it here.
291 E 300 S, Provo, UT 84606, USA
What other stops would you add to this dessert trail in Utah? Have you been to any of the destinations listed on the itinerary? Let us know in the comments.
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