Bakeries in Paradise Valley


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  • Yogurt Plus
    Yogurt Plus is a place of options. Choose to build your self-serve sundae on a frozen foundation of cake batter, a?a? berry sorbet, cappuccino, french toast, or gluten- and fat-free Funilla. Other flavors on the 101-strong list include watermelon, cotton candy, white chocolate cupcake, graham cracker, and greek black cherry. Some lack dairy, gluten, fat, or added sugar, and all sing beneath a rainbow of 70+ self-serve toppings.
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    20910 North Tatum Boulevard
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Paris Gourmet
    A trip to Paris Gourmet may be the best way to get an authentic taste of France without booking a flight. Fans of European delicacies will find all the usual suspects: macarons, croissants, pain aux raisins, and even gourmet chocolates. While all things delicious, sweet, and Parisian are the priority, the pastry chefs here aren't afraid to cross borders: Italian specialties such as gelato and cappuccino also appear on the menu.
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    21001 North Tatum Boulevard
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • FROGURT 101 frozen yogurt store
    Frogurt 101?s rotating selection of frozen yogurt ranges from classic vanilla and cookies ?n? cream to chocolate nog and candy cane flavors. The selection always includes options that are low in fat, free of sugar, and served piping hot. Customers can fill bowls with their choice of frozen yogurt before adding more than 20 different toppings, including gummy bears, rainbow sprinkles, cherries, and crushed Oreo cookies.
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    7000 East Mayo Boulevard
    Phoenix, AZ US
  • Yumberi Yogurt
    When founder Bruce Baker first imagined Yumberi Yogurt, he envisioned a business that would make the world a better place through both its flavors and its respect for the environment. Now with two established Phoenix-area locations and plans to grow, Yumberi has made good on Bruce’s intentions. The shops offer organic, visually appealing store designs that are environmentally friendly. Outside those shops, Yumberi emphasizes extensive community involvement. Inside, the emphasis on sustainability can be seen with biodegradable cups and spoons made from corn, which are also what scarecrows use to eat their cereal. Perhaps most important to its mission, Yumberi quells sweets cravings with healthy, delicious yogurt, which comes in more than a dozen flavors, including non-fat Chocolaty Dreams and sugar-free lemon meringue, and can be personalized with fresh fruits, cereals, and candies.
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    12845 N Tatum Blvd.
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels
    Einstein Bros. Bagels' doughy delights are sure to put a smile on anyone's face — visit this bagel spot for a taste of the best. The creators of Einstein Bros. Bagels have crafted a delicious menu filled with healthy and gluten-free dishes. If dining outdoors is your idea of a good time, you'll love the gorgeous patio seating at Einstein Bros. Bagels. Keep it casual at Einstein Bros. Bagels — the restaurant is laid-back and patrons dress accordingly. Dining out isn't your only option here — pickup is available, too. If you need to feed a big crowd, Einstein Bros. Bagels also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. You'll also find plenty of safe spaces to lock up your bike if you prefer to cycle to the restaurant. You won't need to save up for a trip to Einstein Bros. Bagels — most meals cost less than $15. The breakfast menu at the restaurant draws rave reviews, though you can also stop by for lunch or dinner.
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    6501 E Greenway Pkwy
    Scottsdale, AZ US
  • Wildflower Bread Company
    Though the loaves you buy off the shelves at Wildflower Bread Company might be warm from the oven, they might not have been made fresh that day. That's not because Wildflower uses frozen dough—rather, its bakers are firm believers in slow-rising bread, letting their handcrafted dough rise for 16–24 hours before it ever sees an oven. So every morning, dough mixed and hand-shaped the previous day is worked into one of 18 styles of bread. The house specialties include classic baguettes, rye bread sprinkled with pasilla chilies, pretzels, or loaves worked through with rosemary and sea salt. These breads can be bought by the loaf or enjoyed as the anchors of a gourmet sandwich, an edible soup bowl, or a side for salad or pasta. The bakers also make room in their ovens for scones, tarts, and cakes, taking care of their customers' sweet teeth so they can stop chaining the table sugar to the coffee station.
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    15640 N Pima Rd
    Scottsdale, AZ US
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