• Italian rainbow / seven-layer cookies
  • Vanilla-lime mini poundcakes with vanilla glaze
  • Snickerdoodle cookies
  • Walnut oatmeal raisin cookies
  • Chocolate chip cookies
  • And some organic* McIntosh apples freshly picked from our trees!

*Not USDA certified mostly because 1) we have two trees 2) it’s too complicated.



  • Homemade chocolate pudding (pops) – depending on how the heat affects the pudding
  • Frozen s’mores
  • Frozen icing shots (chocolate, vanilla, cream cheese which is surprisingly good)
  • Snickerdoodle cookies (regular and dinosaurs)
  • Walnut oatmeal raisin cookies (done a little different this time)

The heat’s positively oppressive, but hopefully a handfull of people will make it out- and if you’re one of them, stop by for some frozen treats!

Healthy Alternatives

A couple of little girls and a few parents and their overly adorable children stopped by yesterday to buy some snacks. Although everyone loves cookies, I was thinking of offering some kid-friendly healthier alternatives because although one Madeline is nice, parents probably don’t want their children eating ten.

If anyone has any ideas, let me know, otherwise I’ll follow up on this by updating my menu for next week in a few days.

Pawling is my new favourite town. End of story. Everyone was super friendly and wonderfully helpful and kind! I was accidentally placed right next to the one other baker, but he too was incredibly nice and also baked Madelines (I think he had macarons too… so awesome!). It’s a gorgeous little town, and apparently the one person I know who lives there, Katie Rose, is the Princess of Pawling (unsurprising) and is known and beloved by everyone (even less surprising).

Perhaps I won’t bake so much for next week… I went in with six dozen Madelines, over two dozen hummingbird cupcakes, snickerdoodles and walnut oatmeal raisin cookies, nearly two dozen blueberry crumb bars and a loaf of banana bread. A lot of which is currently accompanying KR to a potluck because there was just SO MUCH.

Anyway, I’ll be there every Saturday until the 13th or 20th of August, so please stop by! If you met me there today, hello and welcome to my website, if there’s something I made today that you really liked, feel free to comment or drop me a line at confectionconceptions@gmail.com if you want it to reappear! I also do custom orders (and can adapt to food allergies / dietary restrictions) if you’re interested- you can check out my Menu page or email me for more details!

I’m officially baking for the farmer’s market in Pawling! It’s going to be awesome, and I’m super excited to be there tomorrow (hopefully I baked enough).

Menu for Saturday July 9th, 2011

  • Blueberry crumb bars
  • Hummingbird cupcakes with vegan cream cheese frosting
  • French madelines (I think I have… six dozen?)
  • Banana bread
  • Snickerdoodle cookies
  • Walnut oatmeal raisin cookies
I might be adding to the list in the wee hours of the morning, so if you’re in the area stop by! I’ll also have a complete menu on me and will be taking orders for next week.

Where to Find Me

Happy Tuesday!
If you’re wondering where you may find me to in person buy some delicious baked goods, I am hoping to provide some sort of answer. I will be at the Rosendale Street Festival in Rosendale, NY on July 23rd and 24th on Main Street. I am also hopefully going to be a vendor at the Pawling, NY farmers market if all goes well, and perhaps one or two other farmer’s markets which are TBA right now.

Thanks for your interest and helping me pay for college!

Discovered through some rather unfortunate experimentation, French macarons are not veganizable . . . at least at this point, anyway. Things seemed to have gone surprisingly well up until baking; the shells had set and were dry, but after a few minutes in the oven they melted into a crisp chocolatey mess.

However, on a lighter note, banana bread has made its way onto the menu, and is something that can be veganized, and quite well.

Pictures are going to be appearing soon – not every item on the menu will be represented quite yet, but I’m going to try to get as many as I can photographically represented.