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blueberry cheesecake

Blueberry Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

Our blueberry cheesecake has a vanilla graham wafer base with a creamy cheesecake filling topped with your favorite topping. Cherry or blueberry are a few of the favorites.

bread peaceful valley farm

Brown Bread

Back in 1928 some fool decided to actually slice the bread before putting into its package. Since then, nearly everybody else has jumped off that bridge, too. Well, not us. Would you slice a banana and then wrap in its skin? I didn’t think so. When you don’t use a bunch of mono-hydroglutenate carbuncle additives to keep your bread from going stale, it’s best not to slice it before you put in the bag so it stays fresh longer. We say: cut a hunk as big as you like and put the baby tightly back in its pouch! Or say to hell with the knife all together and rip yourself off big hunk with nothing but you hands and teeth. What, now you’re better than the likes of Henry VIII, Shakespeare and Fred Flintstone?

butter pecan cheesecake

Butter Pecan Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

 

carrot cheesecake

Carrot Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

Our carrot cheesecake begins with a delicious carrot cake base, topped with a creamy cheesecake. The finishing touch is a cream cheese icing with toasted pecan on top. Made with nuts but can be made without.

cherry cheesecake

Cherry Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

Our cherry cheesecake has a vanilla graham wafer base with a creamy cheesecake filling topped with your favorite topping.

cinnamon buns

Cinnamon Buns

These days, there’s a lot of nuttiness going around. In fact, people are getting downright fed up with all the nuts happening in the world right now. We saw this market trend and decided to capitalize on it: our Cinnamon Buns have all the insane taste of our Cinnamon Rolls but with none of the nuts. Keep calm. Stay safe. Enjoy a cinnamon bun.

Eggs

Why eat vanilla eggs from vanilla chickens when you can eat chocolate eggs from chocolate chickens? See, chocolate chickens eat this stuff called flax, mostly so you don’t have to. And, after they eat the yucky flax they poop out–sorry lay–chocolate eggs. Chocolate eggs taste about the same as vanilla eggs but chocolate eggs are way better for you because they have de-yucki-fied flax in them. Or Omega-3 acids for the scientist in the crowd.

maple butter tart cheesecake

Maple Butter Tart Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

Our maple butter tart cheesecake is a vanilla graham wafer crust, topped with a creamy cheesecake filling with our own Peaceful Valley maple syrup, the topping is a maple caramel topping, with toasted pecan as the finish touch..made with nuts but can be made without nuts.

A favorite with my husband Tom.

raspberry truffle cheesecake

Raspberry Truffle Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

 

red velvet cheesecake

Red Velvet Cheesecake

Love cheese but too embarrassed to eat it in “cake” form? Well, we’ve cleverly disguised the cheese and hidden it beneath a sumptuous topping so you can indulge your cheese fantasy and move up a dress size without anyone suspecting anything until about mid-January. Or, keep your super-model status intact by limiting yourself to just one or five slices.

Our red velvet cheesecake starts with an Oreo crumb base, topped with a combination of chocolate and vanilla red infused cheesecake…, swirled together, the finishing touch a heart for that special someone in your life.

bread peaceful valley farm

White Bread

Back in 1928 some fool decided to actually slice the bread before putting into its package. Since then, nearly everybody else has jumped off that bridge, too. Well, not us. Would you slice a banana and then wrap in its skin? I didn’t think so. When you don’t use a bunch of mono-hydroglutenate carbuncle additives to keep your bread from going stale, it’s best not to slice it before you put in the bag so it stays fresh longer. We say: cut a hunk as big as you like and put the baby tightly back in its pouch! Or say to hell with the knife all together and rip yourself off big hunk with nothing but you hands and teeth. What, now you’re better than the likes of Henry VIII, Shakespeare and Fred Flintstone?