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Scandia Bakery Staff From the Eighties in 2007

Terry, Deanna, Andreena, Amy, Heidi & Stuart

If you lived in the northwest in the eighties, you might remember the Scandia Bakery in Stanwood, Washington. People came from all over to visit the Scandia Bakery & Lefse Factory. Chances are that one of these smiling faces waited on you back then. I’m the second one and my mom, Dixie, was the cake decorator there. The fifth lady in the row is Heidi and she is the daughter of Don Haugen, the owner. Ahhhh sweet memories – literally.

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  1. Thank you for posting this! Earlier this week I encouraged my husband to take a Stanwood route back home from our vacation so that we could treat our kids to something tasty from the Scandia Bakery. To our surprise and my heart ache, it is now an antique shop. Thank you folks for making so many peoples’ childhoods beautiful and delicious.

  2. Michele

    I went to Stanwood High School in the eighties. It was always a special treat on the days that my mom would stop by the Scandia bakery to get some Lefse to drop off with my grandparents at Driftwood Shores and one of those wonderful coffee cakes to take home for us! Is there anyone anywhere on the planet that has the recipe for the coffee cakes AND would be willing to send it to me? I’m hoping to surprise my mom and dad and bake them one – I’d love for my kids to try it after hearing me go on and on, and I really want to carry on the tradition of a little Scandia surprise delivery for their grandparents! Thanks for any help anyone can offer with my trip down memory lane!!!

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