Chocolate drizzled over an appetizing bundt cake

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth in Highlands Ranch

We all love the occasional sweet treat. Whether you’re looking for an afternoon pick-me-up or looking to bask in the nostalgia of your childhood, you can’t help but smile while enjoying your favorite dessert. When the craving hits, Highlands Ranch answers with a variety of options. A few of our favorites include:

Kneaders Bakery & Cafe

If you’re looking for a cozy traditional bakery where all dough is made from scratch, check out Kneaders. Specializing in hand-kneaded hearth breads and over 40 different daily-made pastries, this popular spot also offers delicious breakfasts (don’t miss the chunky cinnamon French toast) and comfort lunches (looking at you, provolone muenster cheese melt). Customers love the warm service, the beautiful mountain view, and the convenient drive thru.

The Bundt Shoppe

Did somebody say bundt cake? Stop by The Bundt Shoppe for what reviewers call “the most delicious cakes I’ve ever had” that are “1000 times better” than competing cake shops. They off 14 flavors, including red velvet, double chocolate, and salted caramel, all frosted with their signature buttercream icing. Getting married? Try their famous wedding bundts. Patrons appreciate the reasonable prices, multiple size options, and gluten-free selections.

Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers

When nothing will do but ice cream, take it up a notch with frozen custard from Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers. Whether you choose a sundae (check out the Signature Turtle!), a concrete (Hawaiian Delight is where it’s at!), or Nutter Butter custard sandwiches, you’re in for the yummiest brain freeze of your life. Want some savory to balance out the sweet? Enjoy their famous burgers and hot dogs. Patrons enjoy the quick service and sinfully good sundaes, calling it the perfect place to bring kids.

The best part? All of these options are convenient for residents of the Legacy at Highlands Ranch. Contact us today to learn more about calling our community home.

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