Cannon Beach Bakery

If you're in Cannon Beach hanging out and exploring, and feel like a sweet snack, head to Cannon Beach Bakery. You'll be greeted with a long display case of goodies and it will be hard to make up your mind.

Luckily, I was picking up treats for the family, so I got to choose several items. I chose an apple turnover, a giant M&M cookie, and a maple bar. I also grabbed a Mocha for a little afternoon caffeine fix and to go with my maple bar.

The bakery has a little history, too. They've had four generations of bakers in the family that owns the bakery. The currant owners have been baking for thirty years. Wow, that's some experience! Cannon Beach Bakery is famous for their Haystack Bread. They've been using the same formula to make the bread for fifty years. Each loaf is hand prepared and made the same as it was in 1920.

Along with the classic bakery items like donuts, turnovers, éclairs, muffins, and cookies, they also have authentic Danish pastries. If you're heading to the beach for a picnic, they do made to order sandwiches.

Everything tasted fresh and was pretty standard to other pastries we've eaten. I liked the location of the bakery, right in the heart of Cannon Beach's main business area on Hemlock St. There are candy stores, art galleries, a toy store, restaurants, gift shops, and more in the area. I've hung out there before but somehow missed Cannon Beach Bakery. I'm glad I checked it out and now I know where to get my sugar fix!
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