Old School Kolaches
The real deal
Sold by the dozen
Not vegan or whole wheat
Not fat or gluten free
No sausage (these are kolaches, not klobasniks)
No fillings my grandmother wouldn't recognize
A kolach just like your Texas Czech grandmother used to make. And I am Texas Czech, so I should know. Warm and tender, yeasty and sweet. Both dough and fillings are made from scratch, baked with love and experience, and delivered straight from my oven.
Your staff will be so much nicer in meetings while eating kolaches. Your board of directors will give you a raise. Your customers will buy more products after eating one. Your morning book club members won't be able to talk because their mouths will be full. Interested? Read the details below.
what you get
I bake and deliver kolaches to South or Central Austin, TX on Saturdays and Sundays. They are sold by the dozen and you can combine up to three flavors per pan (4 of each flavor.) Flavors you can choose from: apricot, prune, apple, pecan, poppyseed, peach, cherry, and fig.
Photos on this page by Dougal Cormie
how to get them
6 people x 2 kolaches each at $30/pan = a $5.00 breakfast per person delivered. That's pretty sweet math.
The price of $30/dozen includes delivery*. Please order at least 48 hours in advance. Click on the button below to place your order. Let me know 1) what day/time you want the kolaches delivered, 2) how many you want, and 3) which flavors you want (max of three per dozen). I'll respond with a confirmation. I'll take payment from you when I deliver either by Venmo or credit card or you can (old school) pay me with cash. Let the anticipation begin.
*I deliver in South and Central Austin only. If you're outside this area, but are willing to meet me somewhere in my delivery area for pick up, let me know and we'll arrange a rendezvous.
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*This food is made in a home kitchen and is not inspected by the Department of State Health Services or a local health department (in accordance with HB 970.) All kolaches contain wheat, soy, eggs, and milk. The pecan kolaches contain, you guessed it, tree nuts.