Bite This Now: Oatmeal and Cinnamon Rolls and Cookies (and Granola), oh my!

Photo by Andrea Harward

Photo by Andrea Harward

By Andrea Harward

Be honest with us here – do you consider yourself an O Face Doughnuts junkie? Do you regularly get your fix of their legendary doughnuts and deep-fried savory delights? Are you obsessed with what is possibly the greatest coffee in the Silver State? If so, you need to know O Face recently added homemade cinnamon rolls, cookies, granola, and oatmeal to its already tantalizing menu. 

The quick organic oatmeal, made in-house, is sold in PB&J as well as Maple and Fruit ($3), which features hearty oats, chia seeds, thinly sliced almonds, and the natural sweetness of dried pears and blueberries. (Pro tip: add a little of your own fresh fruit and take your oatmeal experience to another level.) With a four minute steep, this oatmeal is the ultimate quick and healthy breakfast, and the perfect grab-and-go treat for a busy morning.  
 
A doughnut shop that makes cinnamon rolls?! Why didn’t we think of this earlier? O Face’s cinnamon roll ($4.75) is spirally, sugary, ooey-gooey goodness. It’s so satisfying you almost won’t need to order that doughnut chaser.  
 
In addition to oatmeal and cinnamon rolls, O Face has introduced house-made brownies, cookies, and granola to its arsenal. With three flavors to choose from – chocolate chip, chocolate espresso toffee, and white chocolate cherry pistachio – O Face’s cookies ($1.25) are perfectly packaged to take with you anywhere. (Another pro tip: there is nothing better than the chocolate espresso cookie dunked in coffee.) The brownie ($1.25) is dense and moist and chock-full of chocolate; you’ll wish you’d bought two. 
 
Finally, there’s ordinary granola, and then there’s extraordinary granola, and O Face’s granola is definitely the latter. Available in eight ounces ($6.50) and 16 ounces ($13), hearty grains, nuts, and dried fruits have never tasted so unpretentiously delicious. Serve with milk or sprinkle over yogurt – we promise you’ll never look at granola the same again.

And by the way, if you’re still an O Face virgin, please stop whatever you’re doing and make your way to their cozy shop on 6th and Carson for your first taste of deep-fried heaven. You'll thank us.  

O Face Doughnuts
124 S. 6th Street, Suite 140
702.476.3223

Photo by Andrea Harward

Photo by Andrea Harward

Photo by Andrea Harward

Photo by Andrea Harward

Photo by Andrea Harward

Photo by Andrea Harward