Bake My Day is a new booth in the corner of the market tent of the St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market,
What is most enticing is that these bakers make butter tarts the old fashion way. The Waterloo Chronicle has reported that the tarts are a “flaky crust delicately covering the chewy top, all surrounding the buried sticky-sweet treasure in the middle.”
“My recipe is my grandma’s recipe, who I used to bake with growing up,” owner Tabetha Cundick. “My grandma taught me how to bake with love, and the secret to pastry is you don’t touch it very much because the more you handle and knead it, the tougher it becomes.”
Bake My Day has all those classics, along with some that Grandma didn’t pioneer, like butter tarts made with root beer, Nutella and Bailey’s. “I’ve modernized them and offer 22 flavours of butter tarts that include Oh Henry, Caramilk, Bounty, maple walnut, chocolate chip and our two April flavours of the month, Easter egg and maple bacon,” says Cundick.
Good news for those in Kitchener and Waterloo! You can order on-line for delivery in the K-W area!
WEBSITE: Bake My Day
And check out the Facebook page for the latest news from this bakery: Bake My Day Facebook
Here is the Waterloo Chronicle news feature: “Go ahead, Bake My Day!: The butter tart is an art at St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market booth”
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