Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Big Island: Mr. Ed's Bakery




September 21, 2021

Visit Big Island: Mr. Ed's Bakery

I was working in Honomu, within walking distance of Mr. Ed's Bakery, so of course I couldn't pass up a chance to visit!

Mr. Ed's is known for the vast variety of homemade preserves made from locally-sourced ingredients - liliko`i, dragonfruit, mango, and so much more.

Step inside and you'll be greeted with a wall of jams, jellies, and butters.

It is quite overwhelming to choose from such an enormous selection, and although there are samples to try, I decided to just buy whatever caught my eye (pre-pandemic I would avoid samples anyway).

I ended up with a jar each of spicy and sweet - Mango Habanero Gold and Dragon Lychee.  The Mango Habanero Gold had a nice punch of mild heat.  I haven't tried the Dragon Lychee yet.

Of course, the bakery has baked goods as well.   

I bought a variety of treats, and I thought the brownie was good, but the cookie-lover that I am thought the cookies lacked any sweetness.

The shop also sells food, like burgers, sandwiches, and hot dogs.    

The young man helping at the shop was very friendly and customer-service oriented.

Stop at Mr. Ed's if you need some omiyage!

Mr. Ed's Bakery
28-1672 Old Mamalahoa Hwy
Honomu, HI 96728

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