This Sumtin’ Sweet Edition has been on my Tulsa bucket list for quite sometime. We were excited to do a Tulsa Food Tour and feature a list of places to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings in Tulsa, OK. If you haven’t checked out our other food tours please do. They are a treat! Don’t want to keep you waiting. Let’s start the food tour!
3202 E. 15th St.
United States 74104
9521-G S. Delaware Ave.
United States 74137
4930 W. Kenosha St.
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
United States 74012
Merritt’s Bakery is a staple of Tulsa. Established in 1979, Merritt’s, originally The Cake Box, sold cakes. throughout the years their menu has grown to cakes, cookies, donuts, pies, and more. It’s a great bakery for homemade pastries and baked goods. If you’re in need of something more extravagant, you can purchase a wedding cake or a buffet spread of goodies. They pretty much have every baked good you could want.
Sweets & Cream
1114 S Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK 74112
From the moment they opened in 2018 Sweets & Cream had our attention and our business. I mean how fun is an ice-cream sandwich shop!? They are conveniently located on Route 66. This shop is a great addition to the mother road. All cookies are baked in house. They use Oklahoma’s own Blue Bell Ice cream. They have a plethora of ice cream sandwich options available to enjoy. Or you can build your own. They also cater events and parties.
205 S Main St, Broken Arrow, OK 74012
The Tulsa neighboring city of Broken Arrow is the home of Nouveau Chocolates. You’ll find this home of chocolate goodness on Main Street in the Rose District. All the chocolate used to make their sweet treats comes from Belgium. From cake pops to chocolate covered Twinkies, they have something to satisfy your sweet tooth! You can order online for pick up, have it delivered, or walk-in.
Pancho Anaya Mexican Bakery
212 S Garnett Road
Tulsa, OK 74128
11685 East 21st Street
Tulsa, OK 74129
2420 East Admiral Blvd
Tulsa, OK 74110
Originally founded in Michoacan, Mexico in 1912, Pancho Anaya Mexican Bakery has decades of heritage and tradition to lean upon when baking it’s pastries daily. They have a plethora of Mexican baked goods that you have to try! Their tres leches cakes are delicious and made to perfection! Also, they offer a wide selection of yummy hot and iced coffees to get you through your day.
If you live in the Tulsa area or are just visiting, please stop by one or all of these local shops. Supporting small and local businesses is important and vital.
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