Silver Dollar City has two bakeries. Both bakeries are a family favorite and are always on our list of things to do at Silver Dollar City. One of the bakeries is located close to the entrance to the park.
When you enter through the gates at Silver Dollar City, you are overwhelmed by the tantalizing smells coming from the bakery. The bakery in the front of the park is called Eva & Delilah’s bakery. They are best known for their huge homemade cinnamon rolls. The smell of cinnamon will draw you to the warm, ooey-gooey, melt in your mouth cinnamon rolls. The bakery not only sells the cinnamon rolls in the morning, but they box them up for you to take with you and enjoy at home. While the cinnamon rolls are probably what the bakery is known for, they also have flakey fruit-filled turnovers, breakfast sandwiches, pecan sticky buns, cheese sticks, pretzels, cupcakes, chocolate chip cookies, smoked ham & cheddar rolls, and Kolackys, which is a sweet yeast bread roll stuffed with smoked sausage. The Kolacky is definitely a family favorite, but usually, we get a variety of things and all share. That way, we can taste everything.
The second bakery is called Sullivan’s Mill.
It is located in midtown across from Mary’s Springhouse. This bakery is definitely known for its cinnamon bread. It is a pull-apart cinnamon bread that simply melts in your mouth. People will fill the bakery and the surrounding area waiting for the next batch of cinnamon bread to come out of the oven. The bread disappears as fast as the baker can make it. He told me that he has made around 500 loaves in one day. That is a lot of cinnamon bread, but I know why he bakes so much. The aroma of cinnamon bread fills the entire area and lures you into the bakery. Once you try the warm cinnamon bread with icing dripping all down the sides of the bread, you are hooked. Eating this bread will be on your list of things to do when visiting Silver Dollar City. The bakery also makes Indian bread and Sourdough bread that usually has a waiting list to purchase. I have been told that the Indian bread will just melt in your mouth. It has many different grains with a little brown sugar in it. I look forward to trying the Indian bread on my next visit. You can also purchase a variety of cookies, muffins, and turnovers.
If you are looking for cookie cutters, you will probably find what you need at Sullivan’s Mill. It has the biggest selection of cookie cutters I have ever seen. They also sell my favorite cast-iron items and a huge selection of cookbooks. If you like bakery items or kitchen items, check out Sullivan’s Mill on your next visit to Silver Dollar City.
OTHER BRANSON REVIEWS
Roark Family Favorite Branson Shows
- SILVER DOLLAR CITY THEME PARK
- SILVER DOLLAR CITY CULINARY CLASSES
- Sight & Sound Theater
- 90,000 sq ft Of The Best Classic Cars
- Crafts & Cowboy Festival Silver Dollar City
- Dogwood Canyon Pictures Review Pt 1
- Missouri Nature Park at Dogwood Canyon
- The Haygoods
- Dixie Stampede
- IT show
- The Branson Belle
- Rent A Boat Table Rock Lake State Park
Roark Family Favorite Branson Restaurants
- College of the Ozarks – Best Dinner and Sunday Brunch Branson
- Danna’s BBQ – Best BBQ
- Billy Gail’s – Best Breakfast
- Billy Bob’s – Best Hamburgers
- Freddy’s – Best Patty Melts, fries, and Sundaes
- Hook and Ladder Pizza
- Mel’s Hardluck diner – Great Singing Wait Staff
This is strictly my opinion of great places to visit in Branson, Missouri.