This is the year we’re all properly prepared for the holidays!

By Product Expert | Posted in Community News on Friday, November 2nd, 2018 at 5:18 pm
A stock photo of a table set for a holiday dinner.

Best Christmas/Thanksgiving bakeries near Memphis, TN

Now that we’re all coming down off of the sugar high of Halloween, we can start focusing on loading up on carbs for the holidays. Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away and Christmas is metaphorically the day after that. At Gwatney Mazda of Germantown, we have promised ourselves that we will not get caught unprepared this year. We will have a plan and that means getting our orders in for the breads, cookies and other sweets we’ll either be serving at family gatherings or using as gifts. Our team spent some time researching the best Christmas/Thanksgiving bakeries near Memphis, TN. We asked several local experts and combed through reviews to come with this list.

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Nothing Bundt Cakes
5679 Poplar Ave., Suite 102
Memphis, TN
901-208-8984
Google Rating: 4.7/5 Stars

Frost Bake Shop
394 S Grove Park Rd.
Memphis, TN
901-682-4545
Google Rating: 4.6/5 Stars

Muddy’s Bake Shop
5101 Sanderlin Ave. No. 114
Memphis, TN
901-683-8844
Google Rating: 4.7/5 Stars

La Baguette Bread and Pastry Shop
3088 Poplar Ave.
Memphis, TN
901-458-0900
Google Rating: 4.1/5 Stars

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Grandma’s Desserts Etc
3108 Park Ave.
Memphis, TN
901-458-2197
Google Rating: 4.9/5 Stars

Ricki’s Cookie Corner & Bakery
5068 Park Ave.
Memphis, TN
901-866-2447
Google Rating: 4.9/5 Stars

Makeda’s Homemade Cookies
2370 Airways Blvd.
Memphis, TN
901-745-2667
Google Rating: 4.9/5 Stars

Los Reyes Bakery
2465 Whitten Rd. No. 106
Memphis, TN
901-590-4935
Google Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

Tips for safely transporting food

Packing up baked goods and sweets in the car is pretty straightforward, just make sure the containers don’t get crushed. However, when it comes to traveling with foods that need to be kept hot or cold for safety reasons, things can be a bit more daunting. Here are a few handy tips we’ve found that could be very helpful this holiday season.

• Insulation is important for keeping cold things cold and hot things hot. It might be worth it to invest in some travel bags that can slide over your various containers. Cooking supply stores should offer plenty of options. Of course, Amazon is always your friend when it comes to finding what you need.

• Cold food needs to be kept below 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Make sure you have plenty of ice packs ready to go.

• Hot foods should travel at or above 135 degrees Fahrenheit. If the temperature drops for an extended period of time, be sure to reheat it before serving.

Did you know that the lineup of Mazda vehicles available at Gwatney Mazda of Germantown has some of best cargo space measurements in each vehicle class? If what you really need to transport your treats is a new vehicle, stop by our showroom today.

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