Eastern European Collection

The Eastern European Collection is a signature collection of products that have roots tracing back as far as the old world overseas. Our products are made with the same ingredients our great great Grandparents used such as butter, eggs, flour, and sugar. No artificial ingredients, fillers, additives, preservatives, or excuses. Our 'bread and butter' product is what we call Kolachi (our old world term) for what many know as nut roll (Americanized term). Traditional flavors are rich, sweet and creamy fillings such as #1 best selling original walnut kolachi, followed by poppy seed, apricot and prune lekvars - all ingredients that were available at the time in Eastern European regions. These traditions were passed along over generations and made their way into many culturally diverse regions of the United States over the last century in a half. Most of the products above have been around long before any of us were. Maybe you found us on your search for sweet memories, or never heard of our products. Give them a try today to see why our unique, sweet traditions have been passed down for over 4 generations in our family. We hope we can fulfill your family's tradition, or start a sweet new tradition.
Our Customers Say...

I grew up in Pennsylvania and Judy Jean Pastries made the "nut roll". I have since moved away and they have closed. I have been searching for the specific taste and The Butter Maid Bakery has it. As soon as I took the first bite of the Kolachi all the memories of home and my mother came flooding back to me. As a special treat add a slice of ...
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Great Navy Cookies I had you send my grandson 10 DOZEN cookies! He is on the destroyer USS Bainbridge (DDG 96) and he said the cookies lasted 15 minutes! Thanks so much for what you do. The packages from "home" are so appreciated by our soldiers, sailors and all the military. Bless you all.
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The highest rating is 10, I would give you a 20 if I could, loved the nut roll. My mother in law used to buy nut rolls every christmas, and over the years have forgotten about the nut roll. I happened on your web site and thought I would give it a try and so glad I did. My husband who doesn't impress easily also loved the nut roll. Keep up ...
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