Houston Bakery Releases Valentine’s Day Cookie Decorating Kits

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Three Brothers Bakery Offers Variety of Celebratory Sweet Treats

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" [We] thought Valentine’s Day would be the perfect holiday to celebrate with hand-decorated cookies." - Robert Jucker

Three Brothers Bakery, 5th generation Houston baked goods staple, is preparing for Valentine’s Day in a new way this year, giving its customers the opportunity to design their own cookies. The bakery’s Valentine’s Day cookie kits will provide all of the materials necessary to create a handmade sweet treat, combining the joy of dessert with the thoughtfulness of a handmade gift.

The cookie decorating kits, packed in cardboard boxes, contain three sugar and three white chocolate dipped gingerbread cookies, with red, pink and white icing along with festive sprinkles, perfect for Valentine’s Day. These best-selling cookies will provide the ideal base for decorating, and are versions of the same cookies the bakery uses on a daily basis to create festive designs customers have come to know and love.

“We first introduced our cookie kits as a fun family activity for the Memorial Day holiday, and thought Valentine’s Day would be the perfect holiday to celebrate with hand-decorated cookies,” says Bobby Jucker, bakery co-owner and fifth generation baker. “People are always coming into the bakery looking for cookies or cupcakes for their loved ones, but this way, they are able to incorporate a handmade touch, as well.”

The cookie kits will retail in all three Houston area Three Brothers Bakery locations for just $14.95, a value price for six cookies and all included decorating items. In addition to the cookie kits, Three Brothers Bakery will also be offering its standard selection of Valentine’s Day items, including cupcakes, petit fours, chocolate covered strawberries, cookie cakes and more. For those who are less interested in celebrating the day of love, the bakery will be bringing back its popular Anti-Valentine’s Day cookies, with sayings such as, “Love Stinks.”

For more information regarding Three Brothers Bakery, its custom Valentine’s Day cookie kits or any of its other sweet products, please contact Allison Huseman at 713-225-0880 or allison(at)integrateagency(dot)com.

About Three Brothers Bakery
The traditions of Three Brothers Bakery began in Chrzanow, Poland circa 1825, and were preserved despite the family’s concentration camp imprisonment during the Holocaust. Their miraculous liberation, and subsequent move to Houston, brought Eastern European scratch baking traditions to 4036 S. Braeswood Blvd, 12393 Kingsride Lane, and 4606 Washington Ave where the owners are now proud to call themselves “memory makers who just happen to be bakers.” Perfecting the process for almost 200 years, each day the fifth generation bakers produce mostly dairy-free breads and pastries, cookies, a full line of specialty dessert cakes and pies, as well as custom birthday, special occasion, wedding and groom’s cakes using only the highest quality ingredients.

The Three Brothers Bakery pecan pie was named “the best mail order pecan pie America has to offer” by Country Living magazine, bakery owner, Bobby Jucker competed in the popular ‘Food Network Challenge’ and has been seen on Food Network’s Outrageous Food. Three Brothers won “Best Mail-Order Pies 2012” from Bon Appetit, as well as Modern Baking’s “2013 Retail Bakery of the Year” and was part of The Knot’s “2010-2013 Best of Weddings” and “Hall of Fame” picks. Most recently, Three Brothers Bakery was named #11 in “America’s 50 Best Bakeries” by The Daily Meal, and was awarded the 2013 Jeffrey Butland Family-Owned Business of the Year by the Houston division of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Three Brothers Bakery is a certified Woman-Owned Business through the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, and a State of Texas Historically Underutilized Business.

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