When I walked in the first thing I saw and smelled were donuts. First, you decided on what you want. You can get donuts, cinnamon rolls, rice crispy bar, or a cookie. Then you tell the donut people what you want them to dip your treat in. I saw vanilla, strawberry, caramel, and a chocolate frosting too.
There were a few others, but I can’t remember what they were. After your treat gets dipped you get to tell them what kind of toppings you want. Here are some things you can pick from: You can get nuts, gummy worms, bacon, chocolate sprinkles, rainbow sprinkles, and like 9+ other things.
When they give you the box your mom or dad pays for them, ‘cause someone always has to pay. Then you get to eat them! The donuts are good. I want to go there again.
*From Mom: Top This Donut Bar is a fun way to let kids work on their social skills! Kids practice waiting their turn, which is hard because who wants to wait for a yummy treat? While using “please” and “thank you,” kids can practice placing an order, which is an important life skill. You can also incorporate math skills by teaching your kids first, then, next, and last as well as by discussing the number of toppings you are allowing them to top their treat with.
Top This Donut Bar