Summery Sweet Treats

Satisfy your sweet tooth this month with a refreshing treat bursting with fresh fruit and summery bliss.

DISCLAIMER: The information in this article was fact checked and accurate at press time, but 417 Magazine cannot guarantee its accuracy indefinitely.

Nonna’s Infamous Cheesecake 

Nonna’s Italian Café , 306 South Ave, Springfield, nonnascafe.com

The beloved Italian stalwart changes up its decadent cheesecake monthly. In July, try the version featuring fresh local peaches.

 

Roasted Peach Cobbler

Metropolitan Farmer, 2144 East Republic Rd., Suite B101, Springfield, metropolitanfarmer.com

Metro Farmer recently debuted its take on a peach cobbler featuring roasted peaches, lemon-thyme caramel and a buttermilk biscuit crumble. 

 

Seasonal Shortcake

Farmers Gastropub, 2620 S. Glenstone Ave., Springfield, farmersgastropub.com

The type of fruit featured in this shortcake varies with the seasons. This month, expect fresh local blueberries.

 

Peach Sundae and Key Lime Pie Concrete 

Andy’s Frozen Custard, multiple 417-land locations, eatandys.com

Andy’s seasonal Peach Sundae or Key Lime Pie Concrete is practically a summer rite of passage in 417-land.

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