Ted’s Bakery: Catching a Haupia Pie Wave on Oahu’s North Shore

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Ted's Bakery is a North Shore destination for chocolate haupia cream pie.

The North Shore of Oahu is probably best known for death defying, big wave surfing, followed by beaches and farms. Further down the list, but no less important, are culinary touchstones like shrimp trucks, shaved ice shops, and thanks to Ted Nakamura and Ted’s Bakery, haupia pie.


Mural Hawaii

The bare bones bakery features a surf mural on the front wall, with tables outside.

Ted’s sells Danishes, cookies, Portuguese sausage rolls and plate lunches, plus pies including banana cream, chocolate peanut butter, and apple. They even offer Dobash cake, but especially for first time visitors, it’s all about haupia, which is kind of a cross between jello and pudding.

Pie Hawaii

Our tour group split a whole Chocolate Haupia Pie ($11.90) on the outdoor patio.

Pie Hawaii

Soft crust hosted layers of chocolate pudding, firm jello/pudding-like coconut haupia and whipped cream that looked like choppy sea, fitting given the notorious North Shore waves.

Ted’s Bakery: Catching a Haupia Pie Wave on Oahu’s North Shore

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