*Special thanks to Joan Stuit for her many lovely photos shown here.*
Baguettes – Traditional French-style baguettes, made using a two-day process. Approximately 16 inches long.
Sourdough Boule – classic sourdough, with a somewhat chewy texture and tangy flavor. Great for toast, sandwiches, French toast, grilled cheese, or just eating fresh.
Multigrain Boule – Sourdough-based bread with white and rye flours, plus a ten-grain mix, sunflower seeds, and local honey. Makes a hearty toast, or a nice accompaniment to soup
Bagels - Plain, Everything, Sesame, Sunflower Seed, Raisin, or Cinnamon Sugar. These homemade bagels are big but not giant, perfect for breakfast sandwiches or on their own. Some varieties can be made vegan if reqested.
Smoke & Dagger Boule – Sourdough-based bread with white and rye flours, plus local honey and a generous amount of Jack’s Abby’s Smoke & Dagger Black Lager. Distinctive dark beer flavor. Excellent for serving with soup, chili, cheese, etc.
Pulla/Nisu (Cardamom Bread)– A nod to Maynard’s Finnish immigrant heritage, this is an eggy, fragrant and slightly sweet bread. Lovely for breakfast or as a treat with your afternoon coffee.
Irish Soda Bread - My version of this classic is only slightly sweet and dotted with organic raisins. Made with real buttermik. Each round bread is six inches in diameter and two to three inches tall. Perfect for a family of four to five.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread – With or without raisins. Made with local eggs and organic milk and raisins (for the raisin loaf), a sweet treat for kids and grown-ups alike. Eat it fresh, toast it with butter, use it as a base for an extra-special French toast!
Strawberry Brioche- Also made with local eggs, organic milk, and organic strawberry jam. A welcome addition to any breakfast or brunch table.
Blossom Bread - A sweet, lemony bread made of nine knots, each with a well of raspberry jam and drizzled with a light lemon glaze. This is a beautiful addition to a special brunch table. Each knot serves one when part of a full breakfast, or plan for one bread per family of four if it's the star of the show.
Nutella Swirl Bread – Like the other sweet breads, this is made with local eggs and organic milk. A decadent breakfast or afternoon snack.
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All items are produced on shared equipment; the Compulsive Baker regularly uses nuts, milk, eggs, and soy products in baked goods.
Brownies – Decadence with whole wheat. Variations include walnuts, cappuccino chips, and other fun additions. Or have them simply chocolate!
Buckeyes – Peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate. Mmmm
Chocolate Stout Cake – A rich chocolate cake made with Brooklyn Brewery’s Black Chocolate Stout, and topped with an espresso ganache.
Coconut Rounds – Coconut butter cookies dipped in dark chocolate and sprinkled with coconut flakes.
Old-Fashioned Gingerbread – This is the thick and well-spiced version of gingerbread. Perfect for a cool day.
Italian Anisette Cookies – Olive oil cookies made with anise, dipped in a glaze, and topped with rainbow non-pareils
Lemon Bars – Real lemon zest and juice make these a fresh and flavorful treat
Linzer Bars – Ground almonds and whole wheat flour blended together and raspberry jam make a delicious bar.
Oatmeal Flax Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies – A Compulsive Baker original. Hearty and tasty!
Tarta de Santiago – This is a variation of the Spanish cake with a long history. Almond flour, eggs, and orange zest make for a simple sponge that might just be your favorite dessert
Walnut Fig Biscotti - Addictive spiced biscotti! Perfect for dipping in coffee or eating as is.
Whoopie Pies with Coconut Filling – Rich chocolate mini cakes sandwiched around a creamy coconut filling.
Other Desserts you might find on offer:
Angel Food Cake
Chocolate Chip Shortbread
Rustic Tarts – Cherry, Apple, etc.
Rhubarb Ginger Coffee Cake – a hearty treat made with local rhubarb, ginger, Greek yogurt, and with a thick crumb. A popular choice at the farmers’ market!
Blueberry Coffee Cake – loaded with wild blueberries and made with Greek yogurt and a thick crumb
Applesauce – Whole wheat flour, local eggs, freshly stewed local apples (when in season), and warm spices fill this simple and healthy, yet oh-so-satisfying muffin! One muffin usually contains well over half an apple! A Compulsive Baker original!
Banana Nut - Full of bananas and chopped walnuts
Blueberry Banana Oat – A hearty and healthy muffin loaded with wild blueberries, bananas, whole wheat flour, and oats.
Coconut Chocolate Chip (VEGAN) – This completely vegan muffin is made with coconut oil, coconut milk, and coconut flakes, which are enhanced by the flavor of the mini chocolate chips. A Compulsive Baker original!
Cranberry Orange – A lot of ingredients come together to make these delicate, tasty muffins! Whole wheat flour, Greek yogurt, cranberries, freshly zested and juiced oranges, etc!
Maple Corn - Lightly sweetened with local maple syrup.
Maple Walnut Muffins – Plenty of walnuts can be found in these muffins – ground into the batter and sprinkled on the tops. Made with Maynard Maple! If you are a fan of maple walnut anything, you’ll be a fan of these
Morning Glory Muffins – Hearty, healthy, loaded with carrots, apples, coconut, walnuts, sunflower seeds, and made with whole wheat flour and local eggs. A meal in a muffin!
Pumpkin Cranberry Chocolate Chip Muffins (VEGAN) – Another healthy and tasty muffin, this is completely vegan and full of pumpkin, whole wheat flour, whole cranberries, and mini chocolate chips. If you like a simpler muffin, pumpkin without the cranberries and chocolate chips is also delicious. A Compulsive Baker original!
Basil Parmesan - A savory scone made with vegetarian parmesan and fresh basil.
Blueberry Cream – A soft and fluffy, light and creamy scone.
Brown Sugar – Light and creamy, and favor-filled. Simple and satisfying. With or without a glaze drizzle.
Cinnamon Chip – A hearty and sweet scone, with mini cinnamon chips.
Currant - A classic, slightly sweet cream scone with zante currants
Irish Raisin – A more traditional scone, with two kinds of raisins. A bit less sweet than others.
Espresso Chocolate Chip - A cream scone with a kick!
Grapefruit and Honey – Made with Greek yogurt instead of cream or milk, this scone has plenty of grapefruit zest and pulp, as well as local honey.
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip - A rich cream scone loaded with peanut butter, and topped off with a peanut butter drizzle.
Strawberry/Raspberry/Cherry Cream – Three varieties, all delicate cream scones with berries.