Subject: Baker Boy
Date: 10/17/2020, 1:13 PM
On 10/17/2020 3:09 AM, Audrey wrote:
Also, do you remember Baker Boy it was like a little loaf coffee cake
thin sliced with cinnamon and nuts swirled through it.
I have never heard of "Baker Boy". Was that another Van de Kamp's product?
On 10/17/2020 1:21 PM, Audrey wrote:
The Baker Boy was another brand, just one that I remember from my childhood.†
The closest thing I have found to it is Harry & Davidís Cinnamon Swirl.
There is a "Baker Boy" company based in North Dakota that specializes in baked goods and has
been in business since 1955. They are still in business, but I didn't find a coffee cake among
their current offerings. See: Baker Boy
If that's not the same company, then I need more information to track it down. I can't find
anything about a coffee cake associated with the name "Baker Boy."
On 10/17/2020 4:48 PM, Audrey wrote:
Could be.† The loaf was approximately 6Ē x 4Ē x 2Ē cellophane type wrapping
and sold in the grocery stores.† I have always lived in California.†I think
it even came in two varieties.
What was the pastry called? I don't mean the brand "Baker Boy", I mean the name of the product,
like "coffee cake" or "breakfast pastry", etc. What was printed on the wrapper as a descriptive
name for what was inside?
On 10/18/2020 1:15 PM, Audrey wrote:
I honestly donít know.† My mom just called it Bakery Boy, itís the only
thing of that brand that I remember eating.
I would think pecan loaf or cinnamon swirl.
I am unable to find anything at all about this with the information that we have. I'll post
this for reader input.
On 10/18/2020 5:20 PM, Audrey wrote:
Thanks for trying.†I figured it was a long shot.†The Harry & Davidís
cinnamon swirl is fairly close in taste.
Sorry, no luck with the Harry & David's Cinnamon Swirl recipe.