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Heaven is a Place on Earth: Heaven On Earth Restaurant and Bakery, OR

We all feel regret sometimes, and for this Cake Gumshoe, it hit bigtime when we failed to stop at Heaven on Earth Restaurant and Bakery in Oregon.

Traveling along I-5 in Oregon, we only noticed the sign after we flew by: "Home of the world famous cinnamon rolls".

In retrospect, it was probably a big mistake to not have turned around. Why?

For one, the cinnamon rolls. Available in traditional iced as well as caramel pecan variations, these look like a totally sweet way to carb-o-load for your next sporting event (or, you know, your next...workday). Yes.

But they also have other sweetness on the menu, which includes oh, let's see...turnovers, whole pies (in apple, marionberry, pumpkin, pecan, and cherry), carrot cake, chocolate cake, chocolate mint cake, German chocolate cake, pineapple upside down cake, coffee cake, cookies, macaroons, peanut brittle, and Western toffee. Not to sound obsessed or anything.

Oh well. There's always next time, right?

Heaven On Earth Restaurant and Bakery, 703 Quines Creek, Azalea, Oregon 97410; online at heavenonearthrestaurant.com.

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Reader Comments (7)

Did someone specify that Heaven wasn't on Earth?

I did have a chance last month to stop at Heaven on Earth. Those cinnamon buns are HUGE! I'm talking GIGANTIC. I did not however try one. LOL. Although, I was very tempted.

Thanks for the heads up. I'll stop in the next time I go by. I'm not one to pass up a good cinnamon roll...or pie...or cookies.

January 4 | Unregistered CommenterCathy

I have such fond memories of stopped at Heaven on Earth while driving from LA to Portland with my grandma Bunny, when I was 12 years old.

I remember their mammoth cinnamon buns, but more vividly, I recall the fact that they kept jars of peanut butter and jam on all the tables. Bunny and I each turned our leftover breakfast toast into sandwiches, which we ate for lunch somewhere south of Salem.

January 4 | Unregistered CommenterMarisa

We drive by this place on the way to me mom's house. It really is a great place to eat and get treats. The cinnamon rolls are a feast, for eyes and mouth!! GO go go, don't pass it up, easy off and on.

hello everyone!!this place called heaven on earth definetly needs a new name yes there sweets are good,if you get them the day they was baked cause if you dont they will be growing mold on them just like all there other food.i will never stop there agin thank you


February 19 | Unregistered CommenterRebecca Agra

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