Midwest Living Review
If practice makes perfect, this bakery has it made. The Millers have been in the bakery business for 40 years, using family recipes and making everything from scratch one batch at a time. You'll find the bakery on a gravel township road off of SR 557. It's certainly on a road less traveled, yet droves of tourists and locals alike descend on the humble-looking cinder block building in pursuit of some of the best baked goods anywhere. Treats range from fruit and cream pies in multiple sizes to cinnamon rolls, jelly rolls, tea rings, breads, cakes, donuts, muffins, fry pies and cookies big enough for two, all displayed on plain tables and wooden shelving. Coffee simmers in an old-time enamel pot on a kitchen stove. The atmosphere is so homey, it's easy to imagine Grandma Miller stirring up cake batter in the back. The bakery also features a modest bulk-food section, making it a convenient place to pick up Amish-made noodles, pickles and apple butter.