A Bite-Sized Home Bakery
Traditional Jewish-Inspired Recipes
Food That Tastes Like a Memory
Real Ingredients, Real Good
I bake with Non-GMO flour and sugars, pasture raised eggs, creamy European-style butter and soy-free gourmet chocolates. I believe that if the ingredient isn’t delicious enough to eat on its own, I don’t bake with it. My promise to you is that every item you eat from my bakery is made with real ingredients, including love! All items are baked by hand in my home kitchen with only the best ingredients and lost of love!
Golden Honey Challah
Challah is a slightly sweet and fluffy egg bread. It is a staple on the Shabbat table every Friday night. Challah is traditionally braided in loaves and known for making the best French toast! You can get challah braided or as a pull loaf. Seasonal stuffed challah is also available.
Two BubaLux sized braided challah loaves for the Shabbat table. Dairy free! Challah can be traditional or topped with an everything bagel, poppy seed or sesame seed topping.
“Little Twists” in Yiddish, rugelach are a flaky, butter and cream cheese cookie wrapped around sweet fillings. They are traditionally made with chocolate, fruit preserves and nuts, or cinnamon and sugar.
A decadent sweet yeast cake filled with chocolate or cinnamon sugar and topped with a brown sugar streusel or drizzled with a warm sugar syrup.
I prepare special seasonal holiday bakes including orange blossom hamantaschen, matzah toffee, sufganiyot, honey cake and more!
I can help you make your next celebration delicious! Challah at me for special orders.
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What People are Saying
You can taste the love that’s baked into every bite you take. Everything that I have tried from BubaLux has been mouth watering.
I just had BubaLux pecan babka—it was amazing! That first bite! I highly recommend.
“Always a Win”
BubaLux is always a win! Allie takes traditional Jewish baked goods and puts a modern spin to them.
“I Love It”
When I know a BubaLux pop-up is in my future, I think about the challah all day long.
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My husband was born in South Dakota and grew up eating rhubarb. My mother moved to Montana from Germany when she was a young girl and she too grew up eating rhubarb. Growing up in Los Angeles, Ca. where rhubarb doesn't grow, had it not been for my mom's love of the...
Undeniably one of the most popular breads for delicious, thick and fluffy French toast is Challah.Tastes Like A Memory Easy Like Sunday MorningThis recipe takes me back to my parent's home in Woodland Hills, CA on a brisk Sunday morning. The tea kettle is singing,...
It's hard to imagine there could be any leftover babka, right? Well, it's true! Sometimes we simply can't finish the entire full-size loaf. That's one reason I developed the BubaLux Babka which is a smaller version of the classic indulgence. But I digress. Today, I...