You'll find lots of reasons to fall in love with Hendricks County, but one of my absolute favorites is the food. Local eateries serve up some delicious specialties that you can only get during the autumn season.
What are the can't miss fall treats in Hendricks County? Here are five items I highly recommend:
Pumpkin Spice Milkshake
If you are looking for a cool treat with the taste of fall, you have to try the handmade pumpkin spice milkshake at the Mayberry Cafe in Danville. It's a sweet, delicious treat that is full of creamy goodness. If you prefer a warmer fall treat, the cafe's popular bread pudding has returned to the menu and will be available all winter.
Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream
Another option for a chilly snack is the pumpkin spice ice cream at Danny's Mexican Ice Cream in Avon. Mexican ice cream provides a unique blend of quality ingredients and rich flavor. If you love pumpkin pie, you will love this homemade ice cream. Try it in a waffle cone!
Harvest Moon Pie
A warm fruit pie always makes me think of fall and Thanksgiving, and the Harvest Moon pie at the Bread Basket Cafe and Bakery is the perfect fall pie. Filled with a blend of apples, apricots and cranberries, this pie delivers the perfect blend of sweet and tangy. It, like all of the Bread Basket's pies, are handmade in-house. Order one for your Thanksgiving meal and you'll be everyone's favorite guest!
Pumpkin Spice Cake Donuts
Donuts are by far my favorite sweet treat, and Reds Donuts in Danville is one of the best spots in Hendricks County to find them. Their pumpkin spice donut is great on its own, but I love it with a nice hot cup of coffee on a cool, fall morning.
Hot Fall Drinks
The Beehive has become one of my go-to places to get a latte and a cookie, and their fall drink lineup makes an already great selection even better. They offer a pumpkin spice latte, a white pumpkin latte, and chai cider, but my favorite is the S'mores latte. It's a little bit of fall campfire in a cup.
What did I miss? What are your favorite fall treats in Hendricks County? Let me know in the comments!