Sticky buns are like Post-it notes: fun to peel apart in layers and sticky enough to adhere to coworkers' foreheads. Sample this versatile treat with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of cakes, pies, and pastries at The Bakery at Chester Springs in the Shoppes at Ludwig's Village in Glenmoore.
Pastry chefstraordinaire Michael Graham, who studied at The Culinary Institute of America, fills the bakery’s burly display case with sweet-laden and fruit-strewn delights. Tear into the sugar-crusted labyrinths of pastries such as linzer tarts ($2.50), chocolate-mocha boats ($2.75), and hamantaschen ($1.95). If you need a pie to throw in the face of a tardy cable repairman, choose from black cherry, southern pecan, coconut custard, strawberry rhubarb, and eight others ($13.95–$19.95). Holiday-flavored dainties include gift baskets and Christmas cookie trays appropriate for festive yuletide gatherings or to be used as oblong-sized stocking stuffers. Savory popovers ($2.75), scones ($1.95), and croissants ($1.95–$3.95) complete the bakery’s motley cornucopia. Cakes are available in 8” or 10” raspberry buttercream ($26.95/$32.95), decadent mocha Nutella ($29.95/$34.95), triple-tiered vanilla or chocolate ($24.95/$29.95), and several other mouthwatering varieties.
More than 25 years of concocting confections has established The Bakery at Chester Springs as a bakery not to be out-baked. Chef Michael uses the freshest ingredients, truest French buttercream icings, and moistest of cake creams in his delectable inspirations. He’s often willing to stray slightly from his existing recipes to craft special batches for customers, especially those who can use samurai butter knives to slash airborne, layered, rectangular cakes into dragon shapes.
Four ChefMoz reviewers give The Bakery at Chester Springs five stars: