There's nothing I love more than a delicious sweet treat, especially from a yummy German bakery! And it looks like a new German bakery will be opening in Lawton, Oklahoma.

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Ally's German Bakery will be having a soft opening this week for its new storefront, located at 1006 W. Gore Blvd in Lawton, Oklahoma. The soft opening will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 8. And it looks like they'll have all the best German treats!

According to the soft opening's Facebook event, they'll have "Blackforest squares, Beestinger squares, Mandarin Cream squares, German Chocolate squares, German Cheesecake squares, Nutcorners, Flaming Hearts, Pecan Pie Shortbread Cookies, all kind of German Christmas Cookies, Butter Loafs and more."

Ally's German Bakery announced earlier in October that their storefront was coming soon, and fans got excited! The German Bakery has had a booth at the Lawton Farmers Market every Saturday serving up delicious German treats. When you walk by their booth, you couldn't help it to stop and look at all the yummy sweets! And they are as delicious as they look, trust me! They always have traditional German cakes, breads, pastries and cookies.

When will the German bakery officially be open?

Well, we haven't seen an official opening date yet for Ally's German Bakery's storefront. So you'll definitely want to check out their soft opening on Nov. 8 and always at the Lawton Farmers Market. Until then, we'll be dreaming of Blackforest cakes and German Christmas Cookies!

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