March 03, 2017

26 Orlando bakeries for whenever you're on a roll

Summer's still months away, so there's no need to worry about that beach bod yet. Treat yo self and indulge in something sweet and calorie-packed from one of these Orlando bakeries.

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De Azúcar Bakeshop
150 Alafaya Woods Blvd., (407) 359-7807
The menu for this bake shop might rotate a bit, but you’ll always be able to find fresh-baked croissants, quesitos and cinnamon rolls every morning. 
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De Azúcar Bakeshop

150 Alafaya Woods Blvd., (407) 359-7807
The menu for this bake shop might rotate a bit, but you’ll always be able to find fresh-baked croissants, quesitos and cinnamon rolls every morning.

Photo via drewbyyyy/Instagram
Sweet! by Holly
711 North Alafaya Trail, (407) 277-7746
Cute and tasty things often come in small packages. Sweet’s mini cupcakes might be small, but they pack a lot of flavor into bite-sized perfection. With over 30 different flavors, it’s a shop that definitely deserves more than one trip. 
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Sweet! by Holly

711 North Alafaya Trail, (407) 277-7746
Cute and tasty things often come in small packages. Sweet’s mini cupcakes might be small, but they pack a lot of flavor into bite-sized perfection. With over 30 different flavors, it’s a shop that definitely deserves more than one trip.

Photo via m3shel/Instagram
Valhalla Bakery
2603 E. South St., (407) 613-5968
This local favorite has all your favorites: cupcakes, bars, brownies, cookies, muffins and pies. But the best part is that everything baked in this shop is 100 percent egg- and dairy-free. 
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Valhalla Bakery

2603 E. South St., (407) 613-5968
This local favorite has all your favorites: cupcakes, bars, brownies, cookies, muffins and pies. But the best part is that everything baked in this shop is 100 percent egg- and dairy-free.

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Se7en Bites Bake Shop
617 Primrose Drive, (407) 203-0727
Here in metropolitan Orlando, we sometimes forget the comforts of good Southern home cooking. This bake shop is a little reminder, offering everyone’s favorite buttery, sugar-saturated treats with a modern twist. 
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Se7en Bites Bake Shop

617 Primrose Drive, (407) 203-0727
Here in metropolitan Orlando, we sometimes forget the comforts of good Southern home cooking. This bake shop is a little reminder, offering everyone’s favorite buttery, sugar-saturated treats with a modern twist.

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P Is for Pie Bake Shop
2806 Corrine Drive, (407) 745-4743
Whether you prefer traditional apple or something with a little kick, like Mexican hot chocolate, this shop has a pie for every mood. If you’re in a hurry, try a Pie Pop: all the flaky goodness of a pie with none of the forking hassle. 
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P Is for Pie Bake Shop

2806 Corrine Drive, (407) 745-4743
Whether you prefer traditional apple or something with a little kick, like Mexican hot chocolate, this shop has a pie for every mood. If you’re in a hurry, try a Pie Pop: all the flaky goodness of a pie with none of the forking hassle.

Photo via pisforpiebakeshop/Instagram
Olde Hearth Bread Co.
East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive, (407) 622-0822
Ditch the cellophane-wrapped supermarket loaves and try some of this Orlando bake shop’s signature rolls, baguettes and sandwich breads. 
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Olde Hearth Bread Co.

East End Market, 3201 Corrine Drive, (407) 622-0822
Ditch the cellophane-wrapped supermarket loaves and try some of this Orlando bake shop’s signature rolls, baguettes and sandwich breads.

Photo via oldehearthbread/Instagram
Buttermilk Bakery
1198 N. Orange Ave., (321) 422-4015
This fairly new, family-owned small-batch bakery and café serves homemade treats using as-local-as-possible seasonal ingredients. 
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Buttermilk Bakery

1198 N. Orange Ave., (321) 422-4015
This fairly new, family-owned small-batch bakery and café serves homemade treats using as-local-as-possible seasonal ingredients.

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Le Macaron French Pastries
216 N. Park Ave., Winter Park,(321) 295-7958
What better complement is there to a stroll down Park Avenue than a delicate, deliciously crisp macaron? 
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Le Macaron French Pastries

216 N. Park Ave., Winter Park,(321) 295-7958
What better complement is there to a stroll down Park Avenue than a delicate, deliciously crisp macaron?

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Donuts to Go
1414 W. First St., Sanford, (407) 878-2856
This ain’t no Dunkin Donuts. You won’t find any half-iced, stale dunkers here. Donuts to Go specializes in gigantic square glazed delicacies, as well as unusual flavors like peanut butter and jelly or maple bacon french toast. 
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Donuts to Go

1414 W. First St., Sanford, (407) 878-2856
This ain’t no Dunkin Donuts. You won’t find any half-iced, stale dunkers here. Donuts to Go specializes in gigantic square glazed delicacies, as well as unusual flavors like peanut butter and jelly or maple bacon french toast.

Photo via tastecooksip/Instagram
La Sweetz Orlando
7535 W. Sand Lake Road, (407) 757-2000
This bakery got its start in Miami and now it’s bringing its big, bold flavors to Orlando with flavors like guava and tropical coconut red velvet. 
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La Sweetz Orlando

7535 W. Sand Lake Road, (407) 757-2000
This bakery got its start in Miami and now it’s bringing its big, bold flavors to Orlando with flavors like guava and tropical coconut red velvet.

Photo via jeannieyen_/Instagram