There is nothing like a tray of cookies to signify the holidays are here. Our assorted cookie trays come in 1 1/2 lb, 2 lb, 3 lb, 4 lb, and 5 lb and are perfect for your office party, customer appreciation gifts, or holiday events. Our 1-lb box of assorted cookies is an ideal grab ‘n go for smaller holiday events.
Our cookie trays are loaded with a mouth-watering variety of “sprinkle” butter cookies, brownie cookies, assorted bar cookies like raspberry and chocolate, Swedish Dreams, Cinnamon Nut Horn cookies, Apricot and Raspberry Dot cookies, Peanut Butter bar cookies half dipped in chocolate, traditional Checkerboard cookies, and Sugar cookie Christmas trees.
Now you can order our holiday butter cookie trays and 1 lb boxes online and schedule your store pick-up, day and time.
We are excited to announce that Deerfields Bakery now has a online order system just in time for the holidays. We have added many of our holiday items and will be adding more items daily so that you can have the convenience of ordering online instead of calling customer service (847-520-0068). We know our phones are busy and it’s tiresome to wait on hold. Custom cake orders generally take 15 minutes on the phone, but for standard items, you can now order online and schedule which store, Buffalo Grove, Deerfield or Schaumburg, that you want to pick up your order and the day and time.
ONLINE ORDERING: Items will require a 2-day advance order, because our products are made fresh. A few items, Cookie Trees and Holiday Decorated Sugar Cookies, require a 3-day advance notice.
On Friday, April 20th, Deerfields Bakery was presented with an award for 5 years of support to the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center’s Spring Flours annual benefit and fundraiser. Deerfields also provided delicious Gluten Free stuffing and a Gluten Free decorated cake for dessert for the event. Check out the video below for more on the wonderful event.
With the Jewish holiday of Purim starting at sundown Wednesday, people celebrating the holiday will be rushing to buy the traditional triangular pastry eaten for the festivities and Patch wants them to know where to go.