The Grateful Bread Bakery

You don’t have to wear tie-dyed T-shirts to appreciate the offerings at The Grateful Bread Bakery and Cafe, although it helps to have a healthy appreciation of carbohydrates.  Conveniently located near my dentist in Wedgwood, I always make it a point to treat myself to a cookie or two after a teeth cleaning (I need to somehow make up for the fact that I no longer receive a lollipop after a dentist appointment).

The cafe serves excellent sandwiches as well as a wide variety of treats, and during the sunnier months has a nice outdoor space to enjoy them. Since I visited just before Thanksgiving, I opted for the turkey-cranberry sandwich (do not eat this if you need to stay awake afterward) and then took my time selecting a treat from the extensive display:

I selected a chocolate chip cookie and a thumbprint jam cookie. Both were good, but the thumbprint cookie was better and I would heartily recommend it.  But I was still not ready to end my carbohydrate adventure, so I took home a cinnamon bun for the next morning.

This, of course, turned out to be an excellent decision, because it was perfect. The right amount of sugar. Good molasses-y flavor. Doughy center.  It’s a good thing I don’t go to Wedgwood (or the dentist) very often, or this could become a serious problem… especially since Top Pot is right next door.

 

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