Discover the BEST Bakeries in Noblesville Indiana: A Local’s Guide

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Are you a Noblesville resident looking to order a cake for an event? Or a visitor from out of town searching for a delicious spot for breakfast or an afternoon treat? Either way, some amazing bakeries in Noblesville Indiana will fulfill your baked goods desires!

As a local, I’ve done the hard work (my job is really tough!) of visiting all the Noblesville bakeries and narrowing the list down to the very best. Some are ideal for breakfast, others for a sweet snack and I’ve even found you a place for custom-ordered cakes or cookies. I have visited (or ordered from) all these bakeries many times and have never been disappointed!

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Outside of Debbie's Daughters in Noblesville Indiana. Gray and red brick house with signage.

1. Debbie’s Daughters

The newest kid on the block, Debbie’s Daughters has quickly become our favorite spot for a delicious breakfast in the bakery or on the go. My son actually discovered it on Yelp (why I teach my kids these skills) and we’ve become regulars on the mornings he has to go to school late due to getting allergy shots.

The baked goods are AMAZING – I haven’t had anything I haven’t enjoyed yet, and they have a variety of fun coffee and tea drinks to pair with your goodies. I love that each time we have visited there have been different items for sale (along with a few favorites). There is always at least one sweet and one savory scone, multiple muffins, cookies, decadent cinnamon rolls, and my favorite, a bread service. So yummy.

cinnamon roll on parchment paper from Debbie's Daughters Bakery in Noblesville Indiana

Of course, you can also order breakfast or lunch sandwiches if you want something heartier, but I like to indulge in something from the bakery case and a smooth, rich coffee. It’s the perfect way to start the day with my kid. They do sell a variety of bread items, and if you are lucky there may be a few 1/2 price day old breads for sale.

The atmosphere is adorable as it’s located in an old home right on Conner Street in Noblesville (between downtown and 37th) and there is plenty of seating indoors along with a few tables outside for when the weather is nice. Also, they do not accept tips as they feel their prices are reasonable so they pay their employees an appropriate wage. You can contribute to their current charity if you feel inclined, but tipping isn’t an option.

Debbie’s Daughters, 1236 Conner Street

Insider tip: Debbie’s Daughters is only open Wednesday through Saturday so plan your visit accordingly!

2. Rosie’s Cafe

For many Noblesville residents, Rosie’s Cafe is the go-to for breakfast, lunch, or sweet treats. It’s located on the square downtown across from the courthouse and is always busy. They’ve become so popular that there is now a Rosie’s Cafe in Carmel and one in Zionsville, Indiana.

The Gooey Butter Cookies are legendary in Hamilton County, but really all of their baked goods are outstanding. You can order directly from the bakery for a special occasion, but they need advance notice as they make all their baked goods fresh each day.

In addition to cookies, you can purchase bread, pies, and cakes from Rosie’s – either by the slice in the restaurant (for the pies and cakes) or a whole one to go if you order ahead (or they have one available). Because Rosie’s only uses the best, fresh ingredients, not all items are available year-round, but I guarantee there will be something delicious to try!

Rosie’s Cafe, 68 N 9th Street

Coffee in a to-go cup and cookie from Bica Cafe in Noblesville Indiana

3. Bica Cafe

Although Bica Cafe has changed hands since it first opened, it has retained its peaceful, sophisticated atmosphere. Bica is the place to try if you want European-style pastries (Portuguese and Italian mostly) and fantastic coffee. They also have a delicious menu for lunch and unlike the other bakeries in Noblesville offer small plates and adult beverages.

I’ve been to several graduation parties at Bica Cafe so I’ve been able to enjoy quite a variety of their offerings and everything has always been delicious (my daughter swears by their tiramisu). It’s a lot of fun to stop by while shopping downtown (they close at 3 most days) for an upscale coffee and cookie break. It’s the perfect treat for a girls’ day out!

Bica Cafe, 933 Conner Street

Outside of Pat-a-Cakes & Cookies too in Noblesville Indiana

4. Pat-a-Cakes and Cookies Too

Pat-a-Cakes and Cookies Too has moved locations a few times since they opened in 2006, but they are still my favorite Noblesville bakery for ordering birthday cakes. I’ve ordered my son’s cake from there more than once and been quite pleased with the taste and quality. One of the other reasons I really love Pat-A-Cakes is that they are uber careful with food allergies and as someone who has a severe tree nut allergy, I can’t tell you how much I appreciate that!

Want to make someone’s day? Go on their website and order some cookies to be shipped straight to their door. Sounds better than flowers to me! You can even gift (or join yourself) their cookie club with 3, 6, 9, and 12-month options. I can vouch for the buttercream cookies, they are AMAZING!

For me, it’s a nice place to stop if I’m heading to Westfield or Carmel and want a sweet treat. Plus, although they are closed on Sunday and Monday, they are open a bit later than many of the other Noblesville bakeries, so if I’ve missed my window for the others I’ve still got an option!

Pat-a-Cakes, 5683 Pebble Village Lane

Insider tip: Although it’s quite large, there isn’t really any seating inside Pat-a-Cakes although there are several picnic tables outside which are perfect if the weather is nice.

Why Visit Bakeries in Noblesville Indiana?

Visiting bakeries in Noblesville is about more than just satisfying a sweet tooth. It’s about experiencing the local charm and community spirit of the town. These bakeries are not just places to grab a quick bite; when you visit you’ll see plenty of locals lingering over delicious treats, sharing stories, and creating memories.

Another reason to visit these bakeries is the variety and quality of the offerings. Each bakery in Noblesville has its unique specialties, from European-style pastries to American classics like cookies and pies. The freshness of the ingredients and the craftsmanship involved in making these treats ensure that every bite is a delight. Whether you’re looking for a hearty breakfast, a light lunch, or an indulgent dessert, you’ll find the perfect bakery in Noblesville for you!

Additionally, supporting local bakeries helps sustain small businesses and keeps the local economy thriving. By choosing to visit and purchase from these bakeries versus the nearby chain restaurants, you are contributing to the local economy and helping to preserve the unique character of Noblesville. Plus, there’s something special about knowing the people behind your favorite treats and becoming part of their story.

Inside of Debbie's Daughters, counter with baked goods and menu on the wall along with coffee machine on the back counter.

Tips for Visiting Bakeries in Noblesville Indiana

As much as I love my Noblesville bakeries, there are a few things about them that can be challenging. First off, they close early! It’s rare to find a bakery open past 4, and some close even earlier at 2 or 3. Add to that the fact that most of them are closed on Sunday (and maybe Monday too), and it can be hard to find the perfect time to visit!

So my biggest tip for visiting bakeries in Noblesville IN is to call ahead to check their hours of operation. There is nothing sadder than showing up expecting a delicious treat (and probably a strong coffee for me) and discovering the bakery is closed.

Another important thing to keep in mind is that if you want the best selection of goodies, visit early in the day. Every one of these bakeries creates their baked goods fresh each day and when they are gone, they are gone. Even showing up an hour or two after opening might limit your options.

Finally, if the bakery is busy, give them a little grace. Remember that these are small, local businesses, and the owners are doing their best. If you start your visit with a pleasant and open attitude, you’ll enjoy it much more, and probably learn a little bit about the bakery and get tips on what is the best thing to order!

bakery case from Pat-a-Cakes includes cakes, muffins, eclairs, brownies and more

Map of Bakeries in Noblesville IN

Conclusion: Best Noblesville Bakeries

Exploring the best bakeries in Noblesville, Indiana is a journey filled with delightful discoveries and mouthwatering treats. Whether you’re a local resident or just passing through, these bakeries offer something special for everyone. From the warm, inviting atmosphere of Debbie’s Daughters to the legendary Gooey Butter Cookies at Rosie’s Cafe, each spot has its own unique charm and flavor.

Next time you’re in the mood for something sweet or savory, why not support these local gems? You’ll be treated to delicious baked goods made with love and high-quality ingredients, and you’ll be supporting the hardworking folks who pour their heart into every loaf, cookie, and pastry.

So, grab your family or a friend, and head out to explore the bakeries in Noblesville. You might just find your new favorite spot or the perfect treat to make your day a little brighter (I know I have!).

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