There are so many desserts out there that we're sometimes presented with a very impossible choice: To choose one over the other. But what if we were to tell you that you didn't have to? One of the best donuts in Seattle comes filled with ice cream. With these dessert sandwiches, we're living the dream here, folks.

Donut Factory Inc's delightful rings come drenched in the toppings of our dreams — M & Ms, Oreo crumbles, Ferrero Rocher, and bacon maple, for instance. They even have stores in Lynnwood and University District in Seattle.

But what you probably didn't know is that they serve these goodies filled with ice cream for only $6 a pop! 

Last summer, their collab with Sugar + Spoon's edible cookie dough saw "Cookie Dough-nut Sandwiches." While we can't wait for those to make a comeback, you can still enjoy a ton of other flavors.

A spokesperson for the shop told Narcity that they are available in birthday cake, coffee oreo, mint chip, strawberry, and purple yam Ube. 

If you'd rather opt for a dairy-free version, no worries. Their vanilla and chocolate varieties are vegan. 

It's impossible to not Instagram these dessert sammies before you eat them — come game day, they are also dressed up in green and blue sprinkles to support the Seattle Seahawks, you guys.

The others come with rainbow sprinkles, fruity pebbles, Reesus cups, choco chips, and shaved coconut too. 

Some of their other tasty fares include $7 croissant and donut "crobar" hybrids. They're powdered with cinnamon or come glazed. They also have rings filled with lemon, Bavarian cream or raspberry that'll only cost you $3, and ice cream floats.

You can even have the dunkers customized for prices starting at $4. 

With plenty of drinks like white chocolate mochas and lattes ranging from $2 to $5.25 for a 16-ounce cup, you'll have options to wash down your desserts with. 

Either way, next time we get a craving we don't want to discuss it with our dentists, we're headed to meet our sugar crushes at this spot.  

Donut Factory Inc

Price: 💸

Cuisine: American

Address: 4336 Roosevelt Way NE., Seattle, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can get donut-icecream sandwiches and other creative pastries at this sweet spot in Seattle.