Fresh bakeries to energize your day in Williamson County

Kelleigh Michanichou

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TN - Visit these bakery stores in Williamson County for your breakfast, or to pair with your favorite cups of coffee.

  • Sugar Drop

Sugar Drop is a party supply shop that offers selections of cakes, candy, ice creams, and sweets for celebrations and special occasions. Take home some sugar cookies for treats or some baking equipment and ingredient from the store to bake your favorite cakes at home.

  • Triple Crown Bakery

Triple Crown Bakery was founded by an award-winning pastry chef, Alena Vaughn, specialized in gourmet cake, pastry, and cookie. Order its Breakfast Pastries such as Jumbo Muffins, Mini Sweet Bread Loaf, Homemade Pop-Tarts, Croissants in savory and seasonal flavors, and many more. Customers can also order a customized cake for their special occasions and events.

  • Merridees Breadbasket

Local's favorite, Merridees Breadbasket, never fails to serve fresh bakeries to the community in downtown Franklin. Merridees Breadbasket serves various bread, pastries, cakes, pies, in various flavor selections. Take a bite on its signature Cinnamon Twist, Stuffed French Toast with berries and powdered sugar, or Tuna Salad Sandwich for extra protein for breakfast.

  • Five Daughter's Bakery

The locally-owned Five Daughter's Bakery holds an exceptional reputation for being the favorite donut store in Franklin. The store is famously known for its 100-layers flavored donuts, paleo donuts, and yeast-raised donuts. Five Daughter's Bakery also serves choices of cookies and pastries.

  • Crumbl Cookies

Located in Cool Springs, Crumbl Cookies is a must-visit bakery shop for the sweet tooth in Franklin. The store offers wide selections of homemade cookies and weekly cookie flavors to try on. Have a bite of its specialties such as Peanut Butter Jamwich, Chocolate ft. OREO® Cookies, Graham Cracker ft. Teddy Grahams®️ Cookies, and the original Milk Chocolate Chip Cookie. Crumbl Cookies also offers selections of cupcakes to try.

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