Our baker Sam developed this recipe this year. They sell out very fast and we had a lot of requests for the recipe. However, this recipe is not for the faint of heart! It is the most difficult recipe we’ve ever shared! If you want to challenge yourself and your baking skills, this is the recipe for you! If you want to skip that you can always just call us and order some of these and we will have them ready for you when you arrive. Either way, these delicate pastries are filled with delicious soft maple pastry cream and are a wonderful spin on a classic dessert.
One of our bakers had a birthday. Since we didn’t think she should have to bake herself a cake- we decided to test this family recipe on her. This recipe comes from Roger Aldrich’s Aunt Bea. It’s a sweet cake, but not overly so. It would go well as a light dessert with coffee after a dinner party, and if you have any left over, we don’t think anyone would judge you if you chose to have a slice for breakfast the next day too.
These sugar cookies have crispy edges, but soft centers. The brown edges bring out the maple flavor which makes this an interesting twist on a classic.
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In honor of our matriarch, Nancy Aldrich, who ran Polly’s from the 1960’s through to the early 2000’s we are sharing one of her own recipes. Nancy passed away on Dec 15th, 2016- but her memory will live on through all of us here at Polly’s. We hope you enjoy this delicious cookie and make them with as much love as Nancy would have.
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These oatmeal maple scones are hearty and filling with just enough sweetness. The texture is soft because of the oats that are in our mix. It is a perfect sweet morning treat!
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This is a very easy recipe. Incredibly easy! And tasty! And perfect for anytime of year! We’re obsessed now. Beer bread is a perfect place to start if you’re just getting into baking- or if you’re an experienced baker who wants to make something quick and easy. This recipe uses our pancake mix as a base. While we list our recipe below, feel free to experiment by using different cheese, or adding herbs. If you like a kick, add some jalapeno, or try a really savory style and add some black pepper and Parmesan. It leaves you with a fluffy light bread that is very versatile.
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This is a recipe from our old maple recipe book. This was developed by “Mom” or “Grammy” Aldrich, Roger’s Grandmother.
With the holidays right around the corner- we think its appropriate to share now (and being big fans of bread pudding it wasn’t so bad having to make some). We’ve paired it with a maple whipped cream that’s very easy to make.
We devised this special since we would be open through the holidays this year and it has been a hit! These pancakes are light and impossibly fluffy. They are perfect for a winter breakfast!
These rolls are soft, hearty, and bring just a hint of maple sweetness to your holiday dinner. Adapted from our oatmeal bread, these are a great way to show off your skills this Thanksgiving (or whenever). They are a soft and airy roll with a nice crust.
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A little while ago we found some recipes that had been in the family for years. This one comes from Polly’s sister, Rose. You can see the original recipe below:
However, we recommend you follow our recipe since that one is a little cryptic/hard to read. These are a cross between cinnamon buns, sticky buns and biscuits. Their tender dough and warm cinnamon flavor makes them great for a holiday brunch, or just any old brunch! They are sure to warm you up on a cold New England morning.