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11 December 2008

A & J Bakery Holiday Specials

My children and I recently assembled our gingerbread houses from A & J Bakery. I have included a photo of the finished houses for you to see. The boys were very particular about placement of the candies and decorations! I had hoped to keep the finished gingerbread houses till Christmas but they keep asking if they can eat it now. They have already planned to join next year's gingerbread houses together to build a gingerbread hotel next year--it could be interesting.

Today, I received an email about additional holiday specials from A & J Bakery. Here are the highlights from it:

"We are proud to announce some additions to our Holiday Menu for this holiday season. We will be making a 6 pack of Cinnamon Buns that can be purchased baked or unbaked for your Christmas morning breakfast treat.  These buns are totally nut free and a delicious treat for the whole family. We will also be selling this holiday season, a traditional Chocolate Yule log (chocolate cake). This chocolate treat will please anyone’s craving for chocolate during this stressful holiday season.

In addition to those new items we have our cheesecakes in a variety of sizes and flavors, along with pies (apple, apple streusel, apple-cranberry lattice, pumpkin, lemon meringue, egg custard and blueberry), bake at home apple crisp, assorted loaf and bunt cakes, biscotti and cookie trays. These are just some of the items you can purchase for the holiday. Please don’t forget about the little ones we have decorated cutout cookies, decorated cupcakes, brownies and much more for the little ones in your house."

A&J Bakery is located at 1458 Park Ave., Unit 5 Cranston, RI 02920. The telephone number is 401-228-8696 and the url for the web site is www.aandjbakery.net.


Anonymous said...

wow! look at that! they look awesome! a job very well done. :)

Jenny said...

Thanks for this info, Jennifer! Gingerbread house kits are a fun part of holiday celebrations that are often "unsafe" for the food-allergic. These look great! :)