You won’t believe how we managed to find this tucked away Clinton County bakery!
Flour Mill Bakery in Rossville, IndianaThe Nunemaker Family Circus flew by a small sign that read simply: “Bakery” with the detailed directions that consisted of an arrow pointing down a random road to nowhere.
We turned around, went down “Bob’s Road” (to steal a line from Twister), made a turn or two, and there it was.
In the middle of a bunch of farmland, a sign for fresh eggs just down the street, and a scattering of homes, we found the Flour Mill Bakery.
Rossville, Indiana BakeryI opened the door to a magical place. Bulk food in plain packaging, fresh bakery items lined the walls. The women looked very Amish-like–until one lady answered her ringing cellphone.
While I was taking pictures of this awesome Indiana bakery, Hubs learned that the Flour Mill Bakery is run by German Baptists. The lady had the maiden name of Nunemaker! Small world, eh?
Spices, seasoning, flours, baking things, sprinkles, and cheese–they fit a whole lot of bulk goods in a relatively small space. We left with a loaf of honey wheat bread, a container of sprinkles, a package of lemon cookies, and a sprinkled donut for the kid.
We broke into the cookies in the car even though I don’t think it was even 9 AM our time! It was so worth it. You know by now that I love soft cookies and lemon (remember my yummy Lemon Ginger Cookies) and these were full of lemony goodness with just a blip of lemony icing on the top.
From Black Raspberry Pie to Butterscotch Meringue Pie, even Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie, Caramel Apple Pie, and Indiana’s state pie, Sugar Cream Pie, they’ve got it!
The Flour Mill Bakery has such a great assortment of goods–and the prices are incredible! Middle of nowhere or not, I will be back, and I recommend that you go, too.
Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is little Indiana!
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