Shared from Hawai’i Magazine
Pipeline Bakeshop & Creamery on Oʻahu now delivers malasadas, cake bombs and cookies to anywhere in the U.S.
Photo Credit: PIPELINE BAKESHOP & CREAMERY
If you’re searching supermarkets and online stores for flour and yeast to fulfill your #quarantinelife carb habit, stop.
We’ve got a way easier—and tastier—way to satisfy your isolation cravings: Order fresh malasadas from Hawaiʻi.
Photo: Courtesy of Pipeline Bakeshop & Creamery
Pipeline Bakeshop & Creamery in Kaimukī on Oʻahu launched its online store in December 2019, selling its scratch-made malasadas, cake bombs (mini bundt cakes) and giant cookies to customers across the U.S. for the Christmas season. But with the spread of COVID-19 shutting down eateries and halting travel, this bakery has seen orders on the rise from folks across the U.S. craving the sugary, doughy Portuguese doughnuts. (Leonard’s Bakery on Oʻahu also sells its malasadas online.)
Just this week the bakery mailed baked goods to 22 states, from California to New York. “It’s crazy,” says owner Gayla Young.