Donaldson's Chocolates in Lebanon is just one of the sweet stops on the new Treats Trail in Boone County.

Discover Boone County’s Inaugural Treats Trail

As spring blooms across Boone County, there’s a new reason to celebrate the season – the first annual Treats Trail! This delightful event promises to be a sugary adventure, taking you on a tour of the county’s most scrumptious sweet treats. From pies and cakes to ice cream, cupcakes, cake pops and chocolates, this trail is a must-visit for anyone with a sweet tooth.

Discovering Local Businesses

My Sugar Pie

The Treats Trail isn’t just about indulging your cravings; it’s also about supporting local businesses that bring these delectable delights to our community. Boone County boasts a diverse array of culinary talent, and the Treats Trail is the perfect opportunity to showcase their skills.

One of the first stops on your sweet journey should be the charming My Sugar Pie. This bakery is famous for its mouthwatering pies. From classic apple and pecan pies to its namesake (and Indiana state pie) Sugar Cream, My Sugar Pie offers a slice of heaven in every bite.

If you’re a cake enthusiast, don’t miss out on Boone County Cake Co. These artistic creations are not only delicious, but also visually stunning. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, wedding or just a regular day, these cakes are the centerpiece you need to make any occasion memorable. For ice cream lovers, Scoops Zionsville is a must-visit. This family-owned ice cream parlor serves up homemade flavors that will transport you back to your childhood.

Zionsville Bake Shop

Indulging in Sweet Delights

The Treats Trail invites you to indulge in a wide range of sweet treats, and doughnuts are no exception. Titus Bakery is a local favorite, offering doughnuts that are nothing short of heavenly. Whether you’re into classic pershings or adventurous flavors like maple bacon, this bakery has it all.

If you’re looking for a portable treat, look no further than Not As Famous Cookie Company. These bite-sized delights are not only adorable, but also incredibly delicious. There are freshly baked cookies daily and more, available for group and corporate orders. Do you need a treat that is gluten free? Try Aspasia Coffee and Bake Shop, featuring wide variety of baked items that will satisfy the sweet tooth.

Chocoholics rejoice, because Donaldson’s Chocolates is here to satisfy your cocoa cravings. This chocolate shop crafts chocolates that have become a community staple for over 50 years. From vanilla cremes to beautifully designed chocolate bars, Donaldson’s is a paradise for chocolate lovers.

Experience the Sweetness of Community

The first annual Treats Trail is more than just a gastronomic adventure; it’s a celebration of the tight-knit community that makes Boone County special. Each of these local businesses is a labor of love, run by passionate individuals who take pride in what they do. Zionsville Bake Shop opened in 2023, serving a wide variety of pastries and baked treats.

As you journey through the Treats Trail, you’ll not only satisfy your sweet tooth, but also connect with the people behind these delectable creations. It’s a chance to hear their stories, share your own, and create lasting memories with friends and family.

Boone County’s first annual Treats Trail in April promises to be a delectable adventure through the world of sweet treats. From pies and cakes to ice cream, cupcakes, cake pops and chocolates, there’s something for every dessert lover to enjoy. Moreover, by supporting local businesses along the way, you’re contributing to the flourishing culinary scene in our community.

So mark your calendars, gather your friends and family, and get ready to embark on a sweet journey through Boone County’s Treats Trail. It’s a celebration of the flavors and the people that make our community so special. Don’t miss out on this delicious event that’s sure to become a cherished tradition for years to come. Find the full list of participating businesses at

Comments 1

  1. Dawn S says:

    You forgot Ice Cream Paradise, locally owned by life long Boone County Residents and Hatties Coffee House in Whitestown.

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