Mexican bakery has a long history. In pre-Columbian times they had a ceremonial function, as offerings to the god Tláloc, and at the time of the colony, there already was production of savory French and Spanish type breads and sweet pastry.
During centuries of experimentation and influence of European traditions, the Mexican bakery continued to thrive, developing a huge variety of unique breads.
They are classified by their type of dough and shapes. There’s a variety of sweet breads, with vanilla, cinnamon, and many flavors and fillings. Most are baked, but there are some fried ones too.In addition, there are breads for special occasions, such as Rosca de Reyes, or the Day of the Dead bread.
At La Adelita Bakery we have a variety of delicious breads, in Mexican and Colombian styles, freshly baked every day. Come and enjoy!