This traditional fluffy, slightly sweet bread is a staple on the Shabbat table every Friday. Loaves and rolls are made plain or seeded (sesame seeds, poppy seeds or everything seasoning). Weekly specialty flavors are often available such as roasted garlic and parmesan, pesto, raisin and more!
A rich, buttery yeast bread that is filled with sweet or savory delectables and then rolled up, baked, and topped with sugar glaze or crumb topping. Available in loaves or buns. Classic chocolate is always available. “The Lesser Babka” specialty flavor changes weekly and can be anything from cinnamon sugar to pecan pie to S’mores and more!
Cream cheese cookie dough wrapped around sweet fillings. Traditional flavors include chocolate and berry jam fillings and are always available by the dozen. Often, I get creative and feature a specialty flavor so be sure to check back often and see what’s in the oven.
With each holiday we celebrate comes the traditional foods we patiently wait all year to enjoy. Seasonal holiday items are available such as Passover brownies, Rosh Hashanah Honey Cake, and Hamantaschen for Purim.
All food items are made in a home kitchen and are not inspected by the Department of Health Services or a local health department. Food items contain allergens (check labels for product specifics) and are made in a kitchen that uses equipment that has come in contact with allergens such as wheat, dairy, egg, nuts, peanuts, seeds, fish, shellfish and honey.
Tastes Like a Memory
BubaLux is a pop-up bakery. This means there is not a permanent location for order pick-up or delivery options. I pop up at local businesses around town. Follow me on Instagram to see where I’ll be popping up next.
June 26th I’ll be at Buda Bike Co. from 10:00-12:00pm. I’ll be debuting PB&J Babka!
July pop up at Water2Wine details coming soon!
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Seasonal special flavors, treats, and pop-ups!
Meet Your Baker
Hi! My name is Allison and I am your BubaLux baker.
Growing up, my favorite places to be were in the kitchen helping my mom bake as well as sitting around the table making memories with family one bite at a time. Not much has changed since then except I no longer need a stool to reach the counter.
After the devastating loss of my cousin Paul in 2020, I became increasingly more interested in our family heritage. What started out as one Friday night conversation to check-in on his mom quickly became a new Shabbat tradition which I call, 1,000 Stories With Aunt Iris. No matter what the week sends my way, I know that come Friday, we will light the candles, pour the wine, tear the challah & talk about our family history for hours.
With each recipe I bake, my heart swells with joy knowing someone will be treated to a delicious treat they may have never tried before. “A vodka? You brought vodka to work?” one co-worker exclaimed. “BABKA,” I corrected. “Well, whatever it is, it’s one of the best things I have ever eaten. You should sell this.” Soon thereafter, BubaLux Bakery went from dream to reality.