Kinser’s Bakery in Monticello, Indiana has been a sweet downtown destination for over thirty years.
This Indiana bakery had all of the usual suspects: cakes, cookies, pies, and pastries. They sure did look good.
Kinser’s Bakery in Monticello, Indiana
My husband, Jeremy, and I decided to stick around for awhile and sit down with a cup of coffee. Of course, we may have bought a tasty treat to go with it.
With a well-stocked case or two of items, it was really hard to decide. I hate when I reach that point of needing a snack and then there are what feel like endless options. There were oodles of donut choices–and donut holes. I love those and don’t really see them very often. How fun.
My husband made a beeline for the Pecan Roll. It looked really good. But as for me, I couldn’t resist the pastry. I chose the cream cheese pocket pastry. I was asked if I wanted it warmed up. Oh, my goodness. That was delicious.
Monticello, Indiana Bakery
Now this is good stuff. My pastry tasted like it just came out of the oven, all warm and flaky.
Kinser’s Bakery has something I have never seen before, a Texas Donut. Yes, you read that one right. This is a mammoth of a breakfast treat. In fact, you could say it is even Texas-sized.
I realize now that I should have put a regular-sized donut in there next to the Texas-sized donut so you could really get a feel for the difference. But, I think you can tell it’s pretty giant just the same. It was quite a site to see. I wish Kid #1 had traveled to this Indiana town with us. He would have gotten a kick out of that for sure.
Since they’ve been in business for thirty-some years, you know that this White County bakery knows what they are doing–and you can certainly taste the truth in that. There’s a stream of regulars. Everyone has their special place where they always sit and chit chat with everyone else around them. That’s my favorite kind of atmosphere. It makes you feel like you are a part of things, even when you are only traveling through.
With a large assortment of goodies for sale, as well as specially made options, and even a lunch menu, I can see why locals flock to Kinser’s Bakery in Monticello, Indiana. Join them. Travel Indiana and enjoy what is in your own backyard.
You can follow along with the latest news, specials, and early closings or vacation time off on the Kinser’s Bakery Facebook Page.
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215 North Main Street
Monticello, Indiana 47960
Monday – Wednesday: 5 AM – 2 PM
Thursday and Friday: 5 AM – 4 PM
Saturday: 5 AM – 2 PM
As always, please call ahead before making a special trip. Hours may change.
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