We drove the hour to try the malasada on a stick and original donut on a stick. They were both good, but not worth the hour drive from Lahaina to me.
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Desserts aren't my forte, so I'm not one to get excited by bakeries and confectionaries. Put an ice cream shop in front of me and we have a different story. So why am I reviewing the infamous bakery of Makawao and a popular island wide...More
One of the must stops when in Makawao. If you want the malasadas fresh must get there early. Otherwise, they are packaged up for sale the rest of the day. Old style general store from when the pineapple and sugar cane fields were in full...More
The long johns and cream puffs are to die for. When you start telling me how much I have to say, I'm done with your survey
We were returning from a sunrise tour to Haleakala and stopped for breakfast in the small town of Macawao in the "upcountry" on the east side of Maui. Komodos alone is worth visiting Macawao. We had various versions of the stick donuts. Each type was...More
tasty ,amazing baked goods I have tasted in a long time ,especially in a heart of paradise ,their donuts are heavenly good ,highly recommend visiting bakery in the morning as goodies disappear very quickly
We tried donut stick, cupcakes and cookies. Out of them we really enjoyed orange and choco cupcakes. The orange one was outstanding and you won't get them everywhere. Cookies was also yummy. Donut stick, I didn't find so good.
We arrived early in the morning to make sure this old time local bakery had what we wanted. It did and more so. The guave malasadas and cream puffs were delicious.