Kolachi Nut Rolls

Nut Rolls are a popular Americanized generic term for these homemade Eastern European sweet rolls, filled with rich, sweet and creamy fillings. Kolachi (kawl-a-chi) is our old world term for them (plural), and kolach (kawl-atsh) is referring to a single roll. Mom or Grandma used to make them for special occasions, and you probably found us on your search for sweet memories. Or if you've never heard of nut rolls, please add them to your food bucket list. From start to finish, we take the extra time and care to make kolachi the old fashioned way just like Mom and Grandma's! We use ingredients that you can pronounce - eggs, flour, sugar, butter, and fresh ground walnuts. You get the idea... no artificial ingredients, additives, fillers, preservatives, or excuses. Try the most popular original walnut kolachi, a recipe passed down over 4 generations and 150+ years. Old world flavors are poppy seed, apricot, and prune. A few of our new popular flavors are apple cinnamon nut, chocolate walnut, and raspberry nut. You may call these rolls, bread, cakes, strudel, or by their old world term like we do - kolachi. A few popular ones are beigli, potica, or povitica. Other popular plural spellings for kolachi are kolache, kolachy, kolacs and kalacs, all pronounced the same. No matter what you call them, we hope ours can bring back some sweet memories!
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I just received my order from your bakery today. Delicious!!! One bite and I knew this was just too good not to share. These are just like Grandma used to make. I just finished placing 2 gift orders. Thanks for offering such an amazing product!
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