We use the finest and freshest ingredients to ensure a superior product every time and offer an endless display of delicious decisions!
Join Marty Griffin at Oakmont Bakery on Fat Tuesday, February 28th, for the Marty-Gras party! Expect Oakmont Bakery to be brimming with Mardi Gras pastries throughout lent. Stop by on Fat Tuesday for the Marty-Gras party and say hello to Marty himself!
If you haven’t tasted Oakmont Bakery Irish Soda Bread stop in today to pick one up. The bakers are busy baking this authentic and incredibly rich bread made with buttermilk and loaded with golden raisins. A rough golden crust and a dense yet tender interior.
Check out our soft and chewy frosted or sugared shamrocks and incredibly flavorful green thumbprint cookies. Green bagels and Lucky the cupcake boasting a rich chocolate cake mint flavored filling chocolate ganache and topped with a chocolate mint candy bar.
Sunday, March 19 is St. Joseph’s Day. Don’t miss out on the Oakmont Bakery Zeppole. A crispy baked eclair type puffed shell, filled with Italian pastry cream then topped with pastry cream dusted with confectionery sugar and a cherry.
At Oakmont Bakery our bakers begin Paczki production on January 6th, also known as 12th Night.
Paczki is a Polish pastry traditionally made of a rich yeast raised dough (similar to donut dough) cooked in pure vegetable oil and then stuffed with whole fruit and rich cream fillings.
We fill them with assorted whole fruit and rich cream fillings. They’re available daily with Apple, Blueberry, Cherry, Custard, Lemon, Oakmont Cream (chocolate buttercream), Peach, Pittsburgh Cream (vanilla buttercream), Plain, Lekvar (prune), and Raspberry through Lent.
A “traditional” Oakmont Bakery King Cake is made from braids of rich, egg dough that is shaped into an oval before being baked. Modern King Cakes have fillings of cream cheese, cinnamon, and nut. When the King Cake is removed from the oven and cooled, it is then enrobed with icing and decorated Grand Mardi Gras Style.
As a King Cake is cut, each person awaits anxiously for his or her piece to locate the small baby. The baby should be hidden before serving (A NON-EDIBLE BABY FIGURE IS ON TOP OF YOUR KING CAKE) The person who finds the Baby becomes crowned King or Queen and is obligated to bring an Oakmont Bakery King Cake to the next celebration!