Beaverton’s Best Bakeries | Portland Monthly

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Whether you’re looking to appease your morning sweet tooth or are looking for an afternoon pick-me-up, there’s something in Beaverton for a wide range of tastes, whether it’s Japanese-inspired pastries or Vegan Swedish sweets. These are the bakeries to flock to in Beaverton.

Papa’s Beard

Japanese chain Beard Papa’s only Oregon location brings its signature cream puffs to an outpost inside Beaverton’s Uwajimaya Asian Market. The little puff pastry filled with vanilla bean cream that oozes profusely on the first bite makes all the mess, but it’s worth it. Spice up your cream puff by changing your shell with a filling like strawberry or honey butter, or change your filling to chocolate or green tea. Not into cream puffs? The fondants (think lava cake) and cheesecakes are worth a try. 10500 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway — DB




Carina’s Bakery

If vegan baked goods are your jam, Carina’s Bakery, which specializes in the owner’s family’s Swedish recipes, is the place to get your fix. The bakery’s offer also includes many gluten-free treats like the Danish Dream Cake (Drømmekage) – a rich but not too sweet option with a caramelized coconut filling – and the surprisingly and deliciously tasty Scandinavian Almond Cake. and soft. 4725 SW Lombard Ave #108 ILK

The dessert tray

The dessert tray is the quintessence of IYKYK. Although this small bakery, in business since 1996, doesn’t offer much appeal, it makes up for it in sweets. Much of its business comes from custom orders, but the storefront is spoiled for choice every day, from cookies and bars to cakes like the decadent chocolate buttermilk cake filled with chocolate ganache and lemon curd. . 11950 SW Broadway St—DB




Espiga Dorada

A breath of fresh air for your stomach — and your wallet — La Espiga Dorada is a one-stop-shop for all your favorite Mexican breads, pastries, and treats. Grab your tray and tongs and load up on conchas, muffins, and a few of the fairly wide assortments of donuts. Favorites like tres leches cake and flan are also available near the register, so leave some room. 18350 SW Tualatin Valley Highway—DB




Oyatsupan

Less than a mile from the Nike Campus is a full-fledged GOAT-level business. Oyatsupan has earned a reputation for serving quality Japanese sweets, attracting local customers to Beaverton and beyond. We raved about their melonpan and shokupan (Japanese milk bread), but they also serve stellar croissants ranging from sweet – like apple critter – to savory – like jalapeno cream cheese and egg. Grab your take-out treats or settle into the airy and stylish space among remote workers and friends who catch up. 16025 SW Regatta Ln —DB




Every day

It’s easy to get overwhelmed at Tous Les Jours, the French-Asian-inspired chain that serves up hundreds of baked goods. Our suggestion? Go for the taste. If you prefer croissants and plain donuts, skip the habit and opt for a red bean donut lightly sprinkled with sugar, or Danish spinach feta, a tasty but not too filling option. 11735 SW Beaverton Hillsdale Highway—DB

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