Taste the Holidays
No time for flour and sugar, butter and eggs?
Do visions of lemon shortbread, gingerbread cutouts, meringues and walnut tassies dance in your head? How about crispy chocolate almond cookies or wintermints, an icy chocolate confection? If not, why not?
Satisfy your holiday sweet tooth by letting your Chamber colleagues fill out those holiday party trays or sideboard desserts for the big feast.
If swirling snowflakes and visions of sugarplums don’t put you in the mood to yodel Christmas carols or trim the tree, any of our member bakers and confectioners will do the trick.
Skilled in the art, craft and passion of creating perfect desserts, our member’s treats and holiday staples satisfy. So whether you’re hungry for scrumptious layer cakes with creamy or fruit fillings, plump pastry pies, delectable cookies, pastries, artisan breads and more, look no farther than our short list of favorites.
Blueberry filled vanilla cupcakes or a signature raspberry cake? No problem, Deborah Rogers of Bear Den Kitchens in Sellersville has you covered. Homemade jams, fillings, frostings and confections are the stock-in-trade at Bear Den Kitchens and Chocolate Shop. Candies, cupcakes, cakes, cheesecakes, and canned preserves are only a phone call away. Call 215.527.7780, or visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BearDenKitchens.
Ryman Maxwell and his team at The Bread Box & Bakery in Perkasie bake up such handcrafted treats as peanut butter cups – their take on ramped up Reese’s, “millionaire” shortbread logs, plain and filled croissants, a variety of artisanal breads, pastries and more, round out a buffet sideboard or holiday catering order for the office.
Whether it’s a wedding, anniversary, birthday party or Christmas Eve dinner for 12, Amy’s Creative Cakes provides clients with irresistible confections meant to satisfy all the senses. Treat trays, cake pops, candy and cookie favors are perfect for celebrating. From a winter wedding to an evening with family, colleagues and friends, consider Amy’s Creative Cakes. With cookie trays and boxes by the pound, made to order just got easier. Visit Amy's Creative Cakes www.amyscreativecakes.com or call 215.529.5763.
Anyone who’s lived in the Quakertown area long enough knows few things say home like a warm, old-fashioned apple dumpling. Granny Smith apples, wrapped in wholesome hand-made pastry and capped with snowy white icing are a house specialty of The Farm Bakery and Events, an outgrowth of the time-honored former Meyer’s Family Restaurant. Cupcakes, scones, muffins and pies are made to order and picked up at The Farm property on Zion Hill Road in Milford Township. Visit www.meyersfarmbakery.com or call 215.272.2301.
Bread Box & Bakery and Down to Earth Café in Perkasie specialize in sourcing local and creating an experience where community is always the top priority. Offering weekly bakery shares, using Community Supported Agriculture as a model, you don’t have to buy shares to enjoy flakey croissants, crusty baguettes, or specialty breads like chocolate cherry, chocolate chip Challah, molasses oatmeal or multi-grain. Visit www.thebreadboxandbakery.com or call 215.257.5057.
From family gatherings to office parties, open house or holiday events, sweeten the moment by ordering delectable holiday treats this season from any of our expert Chamber bakers.
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