The sweet buns at newly opened G’s Creamery at Bullard and West avenues are glazed donuts filled with ice cream. From top to bottom, the buns hold strawberries and cream; mint chip; and melted chocolate ice cream.
The sweet buns at newly opened G’s Creamery at Bullard and West avenues are glazed donuts filled with ice cream. From top to bottom, the buns hold strawberries and cream; mint chip; and melted chocolate ice cream. G’s Creamery SPECIAL TO THE BEE
The sweet buns at newly opened G’s Creamery at Bullard and West avenues are glazed donuts filled with ice cream. From top to bottom, the buns hold strawberries and cream; mint chip; and melted chocolate ice cream. G’s Creamery SPECIAL TO THE BEE

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