Where’s your bakery?

Do you have a special bakery nearby? If I could start one I would like to include a good mixture of gluten-free and yeast-free items. Of course that would be difficult since most products have flour and yeast as key ingredients.

Well, while I couldn’t eat the regular bakery items at the Silos Baking Co. (Magnolia Bakery) in Waco, Texas, I sure could enjoy the quaint, hometown, wonderful-looking bakery developed by Chip and Joanna Gaines, former stars of HGTV’s Fixer Upper series.

When interviewed in 2016 by Today, Joanna commented: “I’ve dreamed about having a bakery since I opened the Little Shop on Bosque Boulevard in 2003. After our move to the Silos (our market and shops), the little building on the front of the property was the perfect spot to finally open one.” https://www.today.com/home/see-inside-chip-joanna-gaines-bakery-magnolia-silos-t104852.

Guests wait patiently to savor the fresh-baked goodies from the Silos Baking Co. in Waco, Texas.

The line into the bakery was formed beside the building on the day we visited. I’m not the type to wait around but this is a one-time event that we needed to endure with patience.

I did enjoy watching people from practically everywhere enjoying themselves and salivating over the smell and view of the sweet delights.

Here are some views to trigger your saliva glands too.

The family sure enjoyed the cupcakes that ranked probably in the top five ever. Just look at these beauties.

A dozen cupcakes and two gluten-free cookies makes it worth the wait at Silos Baking Co. in Waco, Texas.

Blessings along the Way!


32 thoughts on “Where’s your bakery?

  1. This has to go in my top places to visit. You achieved it with those pictures, you triggered the saliva glands! Haha!
    And I’d have to agree with the cupcake sign, ‘two cupcakes on each hand’ is definitely the way to go! Or when in Waco, just eat!
    Thanks for sharing your trip, you captured amazing pictures. πŸ™‚

  2. The bakery looks so tempting, I do love the look and smell of new-baked
    bread, buns, cupcakes…. There are good bakeries around here but the
    ones to queue for I found further North.
    The house here now smells of sweet baking as I just finished.


  3. The photos of all the baking looked so delicious and the cup cakes look yummy. Last week while visiting my daughter at the cattle station I made a Three Ingredient Fruit Cake that was completely free of Sulphites 220. My daughter is allergic to them and gets massive migraines. This week I am making the same cake and will be using gluten free flour because my daughter-in-law maintains a gluten free diet.

  4. two of my favourite people, I watched their shows and in fact the one where they worked on the bakery. You are a real gem… you treating me to some great photo memories

    1. That’s fantastic. Good to know that you watched the shows and particularly the one about the bakery. Bless you! Thanks so much. I’m glad you remain with me on this journey. πŸ™‚

  5. We have a tiny French-Iranian bakery that is amazing. The chocolate bread is the best. They only have limited hours and long lines because everyone flocks to go! The people who own it are really nice and dress like they do in France in bakeries.

    1. Thanks for the information and comment. I imagine it is delicious and special. Wow, chocolate bread! That must be amazing. I can see why the long lines exist. It’s really neat too for them :to dress like those in France. I like to visit the French bakery in Disney’s Epcot when I’m there but I’m sure it’s not exactly like the one you have. πŸ™‚

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