Another fantastic holiday under our belts! (spilling over our waistlines? ehh, who gives a shhhht!)
This year Little Ladybug Bakery made and SOLD two hundred and four pies. TWO HUNDRED AND FOUR PIES!
Thanks for supporting this Little Ladybug. I couldn’t have done it without you!
Well, I could have made the pies but I wouldn’t have been able to do the important ($$$$$) part which is SELL them without your help! I loves you! xoxoxox
MARIN COUNTY! – I’ll see you at the Marin Civic Center farmers market in San Rafael, 8am-1pm.
EAST BAY! – You will find me and the pies you’ve pre-ordered at 1552 Beach st. Emeryville, 3pm-5pm
(I work out of Carrie Dove Catering’s kitchen, they’ll be listed on the side of the big building)
Thank you! Happy Thanksgiving!
When was the last time you had a slice of REALLY good pie? Was it almost a year ago, was it last Thanksgiving? Then you realize how important it is to have amazingly delicious pie at your special dinner. Don’t be the knucklehead that shows up with a Costco pie (all shade intended). Be the hero that comes bearing Little Ladybug Pies!
Order online now! NOW NOW NOW NOW NOW!
Hi pie lovers,
The time is here! My most favorite holiday ever! Lets get overwhelmingly full together, as a family!
Little Ladybug Bakery is here to fulfill your pie needs for this special day. However, since we are a small bakery there are only so many pies we can make, which means… ORDER YOUR PIES NOW SO YOU DONT MISS OUT!
Whole pies are in a 9.5″ shell – $22.00
Heirloom Apple Pie – made with organic heirloom Rhode Island Greeny, Rome Beauty, Arkansas Black, Jonathan, Black Twig, Gravenstein and Fuji apples. WOW! All those apples mixed together in an all butter pie crust. Don’t be crazy, buy two.
Classic Pumpkin Pie – This pie is just that, hella classically delicious. Smooth and soft custard-y texture. Flaky, all butter crust. The perfect smattering of cinnamon, ginger, clove and nutmeg to highlight the seasonal pumpkin flavor.
Pecan Walnut Pie – This nutrageous pie is what you’ve always wanted Pecan Pie to taste like. Yummy, deep, nutty flavor that is met and matched by a soft, sweet, caramelly filling. Locally sourced walnuts, organic eggs and going easy on the sugar make this pie the best you’ll ever have. Promise.
……………………….ALSO AVAILABLE FOR YOUR FACE STUFFING PLEASURE………………………
My Mom’s Biscuits Supreme - The name says it all. They are biscuits. They are SUPREME. They are my mom’s recipe, which comes from a 1947 Better Homes and Gardens cookbook. Remember how you’ve been talking about how you can’t find any really good biscuits in the Bay Area? Well, you’ve found them. Buy a dozen for Thanksgiving dinner, you’ll be a hero among commoners.
Chocolate Chip with Sea Salt Cookies – The best chocolate chip cookie you’ve had made better by a gentle pinch of Flaked Cypress Sea Salt on top. Buy some to help prep your stomach for dinner.
Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies – The smell of these cookies will bring people to you as if you were handing out $20 bills! The texture is crispy/crunchy on the edges and bendy/chewy in the middle. These cookies are good for after dinner, to help wash down the pie with.
………………………….THANKSGIVING PIE PICK UP INFORMATION………………………………
MARIN COUNTY – Little Ladybug Bakery will be at the Marin Civic Center farmers market on WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26, 8am-1pm. You can pick up your pies there, as well as do some last minute grocery shopping. The market is teeming with beautiful produce!
EAST BAY – You can pick up your pre-ordered pies from our commercial kitchen in Emeryville on WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26, 3:00pm-5:00pm. 1552 Beach St. suite B & C Emeryville. I’ll have a table with my banner out in the parking lot to help guide you in.
Its that time of year again, the time when you can have Pumpkin pie for breakfast because… because its delicious. I’ll be taking orders for Thanksgiving at the market, see you there!
Pumpkin Pie will be here Thursday October 30th. I’ll bring in my fabulous and delicious Pecan-Walnut Pie shortly after. According to me, these pie flavors and smells and memories are what the Holiday season is all about. I’ll see all you beautiful people at my pie table, ready to delve into some seasonal favorites!
I am still getting blackberries at the farmers market (Rodriguez Farms, you have my heart!) so I am still making Mixed Berry Pie!
Blackberries in October is one of the many many reasons I love California.
See ya’ll at the market!
My apple farmer, Paul from Nana Mae’s Organics brought me a 40# box of apples last week. And since I went to college I was able to deduce that maybe it was time to bring apple pie back to the Ladybug pie table.
Fuji, Jonathan, Golden Delicious and Rhode Island Greeny apples are heirloom varieties with distinctly different flavors. Each apple has a unique sweet/tart flavor profile and each bake up slightly different. I mixed them all together with a touch of sugar, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg to make a fantastic Heirloom Apple Pie with a heady bouquet of apple flavor.
Get yourself a slice today and see what all the fuss is about!
Im just as ok to not talk about it too.
Plus, anyone who lives in the Bay Area knows that summer doesn’t even really begin until the end of August! WooHoo Summer!
(p.s. Apples are back in season, Ill have them in pie form shortly. Stay Tuned!)
And specifically the world that supports Little Ladybug Bakery.
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