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Check out what we have going on over at Crooked tree breadworks.

  • Forget your preconceptions of granola as bland, grainy health food. This grown-up granola is made with loads of toasted nuts, dried cherries, raisins, local maple syrup, and honey. It’s great for eating out of hand and it provides a sweet, crunchy counterpoint to a tangy bowl of yogurt. It has a shelf life of three months. Many have tried to duplicate this product, but none have succeeded. We only use the best ingredients, we do it ALL the hard way (by hand) and we never skimp. Taste for yourself.  We think you'll agree, it's aptly named! Net weight = 1# (about 4 cups)
  • A chewy, hearty cookie with all of the great ingredients found in our Addictive Granola.  Packed with Oats, Cherries, Raisins, toasted Pecans, Almonds and Walnuts, these cookies are made with real maple syrup and honey.  Delicious and nutritious.
  • Small batch crafted Apricot Jam with a hint of honey & lemon from our friends at American Spoon here in Petoskey, Michigan.  Net Weight 9.5oz.  Try this slathered on our toasted Sourdough with some almond butter.  So good!
  • Small batch crafted Black Mission Fig Conserve with orange and lemon from our friends at American Spoon here in Petoskey, Michigan. Net Weight 9oz.  Try this with some goat cheese on our toasted Honey Almond Sourdough.  Fabulous and impressive toast or crostini appetizer!
  • Small batch crafted Red Raspberry Preserves with a hint of lemon from our friends at American Spoon here in Petoskey, Michigan. Net Weight 9.5oz.
  • Small batch blueberry preserves made with a hint of real lime juice, from our friends at American Spoon here in Petoskey, Michigan.  Net Weight 9.5oz.  Tasty on toasted Multigrain with a little cream cheese, or try it on our Lemon Poppy Muffin for a real treat.
  • Small batch crafted Sour Cherry Preserves from our friends at American Spoon here in Petoskey, Michigan.  Net Weight 9.5oz.  One of our very best sellers!
  • If you love brownies, you'll love this cookie!  Rich, dark chocolate studded with chocolate and white chocolate chips.  Better grab a glass of milk with this one.  For true chocolate lovers.
  • Handcrafted bread linen bag.  Made by Three Pines Studio in Cross Village, Michigan.  Traditionally, French bread was stored in linen (sac à pain) to preserve both the freshness and crust of the baguette.  Linen can absorb humidity up to 35% without giving a sensation of wetness.  Linen has both heating and cooling qualities.  At home, the sac à pain has its own place, hanging from a cupboard or doorknob.  It quickly becomes part of the household. Each item is a unique piece made from traditional woodblock print.  Sizes, shapes, and colors vary.
  • Send 1 Loaf of our delicious bread to yourself or someone special each month for 6 months in a row.  Price includes shipping.

    Bread of the Month orders ship out every month on the first Tuesday.

      Great for snowbirds!  Because linen is the very best way to store our bread, each Bread Club subscription includes a lovely custom hand-stamped bread bag by Three Pines Studio in Cross Village, which is included in the first shipment. Month 1: Breadworks Sourdough / Bread Bag Month 2: Cherry Pecan Sourdough Boule Month 3: Roasted Seed Bread Month 4: Pepper Parmesan Sourdough Boule Month 5: Breakfast Bread Month 6: Rosemary Olive Sourdough Loaf Let the lucky recipient know what they are getting! Bread Of The Month Card Price includes shipping in the continental United States. For shipping to Hawaii or Alaska, please call the bakery at (231) 347-9574
  • If you like crusty, flavorful sourdough, this bread's for you. Cut into the caramelized crust and you’ll find a moist, open crumb dappled with flecks of organic rye. This bread placed 3rd overall in a tasting of mail order breads conducted by Fortune magazine January 22, 2007. Try brushing thick slices with extra virgin olive oil, lightly grilling them and topping them off with sautéed leeks and wild mushrooms (morels if you can get them). A fantastic accompaniment to soups and stews.  The mild, slightly tangy flavor makes this one Breadworks founder, Greg Carpenter's favorite daily bread and our longstanding bestseller.  Pictured with a lovely, hand-stamped linen by our friends at Three Pines Studio in Cross Village just north of here.  Linen is the very best way to store bread for longevity and freshness, not to mention reducing plastic bag waste. Check out this recipe featuring our tasty sourdough: Tuscan Bread Soup
  • Our Breakfast Bread checks all the boxes with its subtly sweet cinnamon-scented wheat dough, studded with raisins and toasted walnuts. Toast it and slather it with butter or your favorite nut butter, make some amazing French Toast with it, or use it in your favorite bread pudding recipe.   Any way you slice it, this bread will bring joy to your taste buds.  Pictured with a lovely, hand-stamped linen by our friends at Three Pines Studio in Cross Village just north of here.  Linen is the very best way to store bread for longevity and freshness, not to mention reducing plastic bag waste. Try this tasty recipe featuring our Breakfast Bread and Addictive Granola: PB&G Strippies 

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