In its fourth generation of pastry perfectionists, the O&H Danish Bakery is a staple in Wisconsin.
Life is Good with a Kringle
Known for its famous Danish Kringle, the O & H Danish Bakery is one more reason to visit Racine. The Kringle, a layered, buttery dough filled with fruit filling and baked to a light and flaky delight, then drizzled with icing, makes my mouth water just thinking about it.
Maintaining the traditional recipe, every Kringle takes three days to make. Utilizing the “old baking methods handed down from past generations,” you can taste the goodness that your grandparents and great grandparents did!
Danish Done Right
O & H Danish Bakery was founded in 1949 by Christian Olesen in Racine, where many immigrants from Denmark settled. It didn’t take long for the bakery to become a reminder of the tastes of the old country and loved by locals.
Over the decades, the bakery has remained close to its roots and the Danish baking traditions that you can taste in every bite. Today the bakeries (there are five in Wisconsin) are filled with fresh aromas of fresh-baked bread, Kringle, cinnamon rolls, pies, cakes, cookies, and more.
If you are from South Eastern Wisconsin, you know that O&H Danish Bakery has the best kringle around. This favorite Danish pastry can be shipped anywhere in the US, so you do not have any excuse for not trying some of this O&H kringle.