Stopped here to try the malasadas and they were delicious! Tried both, and even though the original are very good, the filled are so much better. Must have!
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We always look for a local bakery that sells Malasadas when coming to each of the Hawaiian islands. Some islands have a lot of these bakeries while others don't. Maui has at least 10, but not all of them are open every day or they...More
I can't say enough about the malasadas at this bakery. I was on Maui for two weeks and I went to this bakery three times for these delicious treats! They are made fresh to order and the malasadas with the custard filling are what kept...More
These are quite different from, say, Leonard's in the Honolulu area on Oahu. They are lighter and fluffier, but only one flavor of creme. While the dobosh ones at Leonard's will always be my favorites, these are delicious in their own way. A must stop...More
I searched online (TA) for good malasadas on Maui and found Home Made bakery. We drove from Kaanapali this cloudy afternoon. We got lost in Wailuku so our advice is to turn right from the Honoapiilani Hwy (#30) at Main Street (turning left will take...More
I probably spelled the above wrong, but they are freshly fried donuts, either only with sugar or with a cream base. Out of this world.
Always go for the freshly made malasadas. (Portuguese confection that is deep fried like a donut without a hole). They generally have a filling of custard, but sometimes there are specialty fillings. Chocolate is incredible! There is always a terrific selection of fresh pastries of...More
If you don't know what manju is, it is like a mini pie with flaky crust and fruit filling. We love all the different kinds of fillings they have at Home Maid bakery: red bean, coconut, apple, peach, pineapple, or sweet potato. We usually buy...More