Montana April 05, 2019
7 Bakeries In Montana That Serve Homemade Bread To Die For
Once you’ve had freshly baked bread from a bakery, it isn’t easy to go back to the store bought stuff. Luckily, Montana has plenty of fantastic options, so you’ll never have to have a subpar sandwich again. These are a few of our favorites.
1. Grains of Montana, 926 Grand Ave., Billings
The team at Grains of Montana knows that good bread starts with high quality ingredients, and that includes locally grown wheat. And since this is also a full service restaurant, you can enjoy a hearty brunch after you've picked out your fresh bread.
2. On the Rise Bread Co., 81 N Star Ln #201, Bozeman
At On the Rise, the bread is traditionally baked on a stone hearth after the whole grains are stone ground. Nearly all of the bread is naturally leavened with the same starter. Needless to say, everything here is exceptional.
3. Le Petit Outre, 129 S 4th St. W, Missoula
Le Petit Outre's breads follow the time honored baking traditions of Europe, meaning they're handcrafted using just a few basic ingredients. No wonder this place is a local icon.
4. Rae Rae's, 1505 Rehberg Lane, Billings
Who says gluten free can't be good? Certainly not the team at Rae Rae's, who creates their delicious delicacies daily for those who have allergies or food aversions. There are plenty of soy free options here as well, and you won't even miss the gluten.
5. Park Avenue Bakery, 44 S Park Ave., Helena
Since 1995, this local bakery has been providing the good people of Helena with their daily bread. It's located in the same building where the historic Eddy’s Bakery was located in the 1930s, and just like Eddy's, the team here is committed to making everything from scratch.
6. Blue Truck Bread, Prairie Heritage Farm,420 10th LN NE, Power
The delicious Blue Truck Bread is made on a certified organic farm just outside of Great Falls. You can buy it at the farm store or look for it at 2Js Fresh Market or the local Farmers Market.
7. Polebridge Mercantile
It's a bit of a drive to reach these baked goods, but if you've been to the Merc, you know it's worth it.
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