I was wandering through the isles at the downtown SF Costco on Friday when my nose caught the aroma of a sweet, cinnamon-y baked good. I looked down and found this cute little loaf of cinnamon bread from a local shop out of San Jose called Greenlee’s Bakery. Little did I know this little loaf will be the best dang cinnamon bread I’ve ever had. Sticky. Sweet. Gooey in the cracks. I’ve been eating this sinful goodness every morning this past week and it’s so hard to force myself to only eat one slice at a time. (Each slice is 200 calories!) Toast up this baby each morning and your entire house will smell like you’ve just made it from scratch. This weekend, I’m totally going back to pick up a few more loaves!
If you don’t live in the Bay Area, you can buy a loaf online for $7! Trust me it’s worth it.
1081 The Alameda
San Jose, CA 95126
I bought some of the cinnamon bread at Costco also in San Antonio and just love it. I wonder if they still have it so i can go and buy a case of it and freeze it. It is the best cinnamon bread I have ever eaten.
Kathy in texas
Thanks for your comment! The loaves freeze very well. I just pop them into the toaster and they’re good as new!
The best way to warm this up is in a Toaster oven, I set to oven for 300 degrees and warm for 3-5 minutes.
Take it out, and serve. I like mine with lots of REAL BUTTER!!! Still in Costco as of this date in San Diego.
while the bread is good it falls apart in the toaster. For the price of the bread I shouldn’t have to pick pieces of of my toaster or tip it sideways to get the toast out. Will not buy it again.