Great Harvest Bread

START A MARDI GRAS TRADITION WITH YOUR FRIENDS



Pumpkin Chocolate Chip is available in both teacakes and muffins. Mom's love the  perfect blend of pumpkin and chocolate chips in every delicious bite!  
Traditionally King Cakes are oval-shaped to show unity of all Christians. The Mardi Gras season which begins on this "Twelfth Night" (January 6th) is expressed on King Cakes by using the carnival colors of green (faith), gold (power), and purple (justice).

In the past a bean, pecan, pea, or coin was hidden inside each King Cake. Today, a tiny plastic baby is used. As a King Cake is cut, each person awaits anxiously for a piece to locate the "baby". The person who finds the baby is "King of the Party" and obligated to bring a King Cake to the next party.

A fun Mardi Gras tradition that you can start at home, in your office, or classroom. King Cake season ends on Mardi Gras  ("Fat Tuesday"), the day before Lent begins.


And try our our Ham & Brie special this month. Slices of smoked ham paired with warm brie, crisp green apple, cracked black pepper, and an apricot Dijon honey spread.
Great Harvest Bread of Boulder, CO
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