3 Great Road-Trip Bakeries

By Kristine Kierzek

Whether you’re in the mood for sweet or savory treats, take some time from your travels to sample the goods at these bakeries around the state. Since baking so often reflects a community’s history and culture, they’re a unique way to experience a new place.

O&H Danish Bakery
Racine

Offering 15 flavors of kringle, the Olesen family has been serving Danish delights in Racine since 1949. Other specialties include Seven Sisters Coffee Cake, Kransekager, Pumpernickel Bread, Rye Bread and Borgmeister.


New Glarus Bakery
New Glarus
Hand-formed breads, nut horns and delectable holiday stollen made with marzipan have enticed customers to this Swiss-American bakery since 1910.


Norske Nook Restaurant & Bakery

Hands-down, banana cream pies are the big seller year-round, but hand-rolled crust and numerous fruit pies draw fans from around the state to bakeries in Osseo, Hayward and Rice Lake. Pies also sold at Northwoods Brewpub and Grill in Eau Claire.





Kristine Kierzek is a freelance writer based in Milwaukee. Content produced in cooperation with Wisconsin Trails, www.Wisconsintrails.com 

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