Cake Addiction adds doughnuts

Doughnuts have been added to the Cake Addiction menu on a part-time basis. (Photo by Anthony Richards)

Doughnuts have been added to the Cake Addiction menu on a part-time basis. (Photo by Anthony Richards)

Cake Addiction has embraced breakfast with the introduction of doughuts to its menu last Friday.

The locally-owned business, which is known for their cupcakes and decorative cakes, will now offer the popular breakfast item.

“Cupcakes are great, but sometimes people do not want something that heavy or sweet early in the morning,” owner Shelley Jones said.

According to Jones, the plan is to slowly introduce the product by only offering it on Thursday and Friday mornings to start.

A partnership has been created with Donuts D-Lite in Millbrook, who will be providing fresh doughnuts to Cake Addiction.

“I tried one and right away realized that they are some the best doughnuts that I have ever had,” Jones said.

Jones hopes to eventually reach the point where they are making the donuts in house, but do not have the current equipment required.

For the time being, Jones is proud to serve quality doughnuts that have become well known throughout central Alabama.

Another promotion that will coincide with the menu addition, will be offering the option of a free doughnut or cupcake to police officers in uniform on Thursdays and Fridays.

“We just want to allow our customers with a selection that they can be satisfied with and enjoy,” Jones said. “We how this is another step toward that.”

Clanton

Four CCS bus drivers make final routes in Chilton

Clanton

No life-threatening injuries following fiery boat incident on Lake Mitchell

Clanton

Three Chilton offenders granted parole during May 14-16 hearings

Chilton County High School

Elmore signs with Enterprise State for soccer

News

Thorsby secures CAWACO RC&D grant for Richard Wood Park

News

Thorsby FFA sends four teams to state competition

Jemison

Students of the month for May named at Jemison High School

Clanton

LeCroy hosts state welding competition on its campus

Jemison

Living Waters Mission Home opens in Jemison

Clanton

Girl Scouts create Pet Pantry for Chilton community

Clanton

Column: Coming together for a common cause on Lake Mitchell

News

Why not us? — Thorsby takes runners-up in 2A state softball tournament

Clanton

Powers elected to significant national Republican Party roles

Business

McSweeney Chevy GMC opens doors, holds grand opening in Clanton

News

AOTW: Turner throws no hitter in state softball tournament

Chilton County High School

Progress 2024: The right time — Ellison leaves CCHS baseball program better than he found it

Clanton

Progress 2024: Hanging it up — Chilton residents gives their accounts on Nick Saban’s retirement

Business

Progress 2024: Peachy Keen — Chilton County Peach Festival moves to month-long celebration

Maplesville

Progress 2024: Maplesville Tradition — Red Devils’ program built into one of Alabama’s best

Clanton

Progress 2024: Clanton’s private school paving the way for future generations

Clanton

Progress 2024: Agritourism staple — Jones’ building upon Durbin Farms illustrious agricultural history

Clanton

Progress 2024: Citizen of the Year — Threlkeld’s life of service lives on through Chilton

Clanton

Going green — CCS raising awareness around mental health

News

Thorsby honors student, friend Roper in remembrance ceremony