We're celebrating Christmas with cinnamon cream kolaches! Spicy and sweet—delicious and special—just like this time of year. Only available this month, so order extra for your freezer if you want to enjoy them year round!
A southern tradition holds that eating black eyed peas on New Year’s Day will bring you prosperity in the new year. Goodness knows we could use the luck in 2021! Join us for a special savory Texas Caviar kolache, filled with black eyed peas, peppers, onions, tomatoes, and lots of queso fresco. Put your best foot forward in 2021!
Cherry kolaches drizzled with dark chocolate—Happy Valentine’s, San Antonio.
March 2, 1836 is when Texas declared independence from Mexico and established the Republic of Texas. We’re honoring the Lone Star State and the springtime blooming of the state flower—bluebonnets—with a blue and white blueberry and cream cheese kolache.
**Remains on the menu by popular demand!**
San Antonio celebrates Fiesta this month, and we’re celebrating San Antonio with Big Red kolaches and barbacoa kolaches! Fiesta, so you know, is a two week long party culminating in the Battle of the Flowers Parade in honor of the April 21st victory at San Jacinto, when the Texians defeated General Santa Anna’s army.
South Texans love raspas—otherwise known as shaved ice—in the summertime. In celebration of those flavors, this month we're making a pineapple filled kolache topped with minced dill pickles and dusted with kool-aid powder. If you've ever enjoyed a Sour Patch Kid, you will love it—promise!
Kolaches filled with famous Fredericksburg peach preserves, topped with posipka sprinkles. Summer in a bite.
Huckleberries are native to the mountains, *not* San Antonio, but the flavor is too delicious not to share with Texans. Huckleberry preserves taste like a cross between strawberry and grape, topped with posipka sprinkles.
Raspa flavored kolaches? Only in South Texas. A sweet pineapple filling—the recipe directly from a Czech grandmother we knew—topped with minced dill pickles and kool-aid powder. We're giving them away in honor of a family friend who passed away from COVID last July, Mr. Milton Sauceda, son of Juan Sauceda, who ran Sauceda's Snow-Cones in the Historic Market Square for decades. Come celebrate Dads with us!