When you’re in the mood for a sweet treat, you want something homemade and delicious. Oklahoma has just what you’re looking for. Here are 7 different bakeries from around the state where you can find delectable goodies when you want to feel like you’re a kid again raiding your grandma’s cookie jar.
Since 1977, Ingrid’s has been baking up delicious pastries, breads, bagels and cookies right in their own kitchen. The cheddar, onion and garlic bagels have always been a favorite. The cakes are unbeatable. Make this your go-to stop for Danishes, pies, and sweet breads.
On one end of the Cheese House, there’s a small bakery that offers bread, pies, cakes and pastries that are made from scratch right in the store. The carrot cake tastes as if your grandma made it herself.
The sign outside says “Ol’ Dutchmen’s Bakery,” and no matter what you call this place, it’s always good. The cinnamon rolls and pies are fresh. You can also get smoked meats and other goodies, including some gluten-free options when you stop by this little business on Route 66.
Belle Kitchen has been named the home of Oklahoma’s best donuts, but the other pastries are divine. Fresh whipped cream fills the homemade eclairs. Macarons are made every day in many different flavors.
La Baguette multiple locations where you can find the best French bread and pastries around. Don’t forget to try the crepes and other sweet treats the company bakes daily.
Yeast and quick breads are made fresh daily in this fairly new business in Stillwater. It opened in 2005 with the goal of providing the best and freshest food at the best price. And it delivers.
Harmony House was once mentioned in “Southern Living” for having Oklahoma’s best cookie. For over 21 years, this bakery has been providing specialty pastries and clover rolls that are baked fresh every day.