CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio (Dimple Times) – The perfect mix of summer meets the tranquility of fall with this delectable treat from Dairy Shed – and it is undoubtedly the pumpkin lovers’ ideal snack. Known as the Pumpkin Bowl Sundae, this thing is absolutely a monster. Layers upon layers of sugary goodness all meld together to make what I would have to say is one of the best pumpkin treats I’ve had.
Resting in the bottom of the bowl is a piping hot, fresh pumpkin cake topped with a generous drizzle of caramel, pecans, with a heaping amount of pumpkin ice cream and whipped cream. The pecans and whipped cream are optional but I personally feel those two toppings really add to the flavor, the pecans providing a crunch to the delicious gooeyness.
This is a hefty treat for one person to tackle, but it is well worth it. So, go ahead and splurge a little on the sugar. Treat yourself, as people say. However, if you’re not feeling the Pumpkin Bowl Sundae, Dairy Shed has a nice variety of other pumpkin goodies and sweets that are sure to appeal to the pumpkin fanatic.
Dairy Shed is located at:
350 Kingston Pike
Circleville, OH 43113
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