Honey Bee Bakery has a new bread share available in partnership with Crossroads Community Farm. We are offering a fresh whole grain sourdough loaf to go along with your farm fresh vegetables! Whole-wheat sourdough bread: Our bread is made from organic stone ground wheat flour, fermented sourdough starter, and sea salt. Each loaf has organic grains or seeds added. Varieties include wild rice, wheat berry, walnut, sesame seed, and sunflower - pumpkin seed. Baked just before delivery, our whole wheat bread is delicious.
Bread share/CSA model: The bread share we offer is based on the CSA (community supported agriculture) model. The CSA model provides a small producer with a viable business structure and is founded on a goal to connect our community to food that is produced in a sustainable manner. Honey Bee Bakery is committed to using organic ingredients. We support family farms and strive to foster mutual aid. Honey Bee Bakery is happy to join the Crossroads Community Farm in building local economies and local relationships.
Anyone can join. Pick up times are each Wednesday, June – October at locations on the west side of Madison. Eastside pick up also available.
Please sign up below if you would like to become a bread share member.
Honey Bee Bakery's stand is open for business at Madison area farmers markets. You can find us three days a week April through November at the Westside Community Market, Eastside Farmers Market, and the Monona Farmers Market.
During the winter, we attend the Mad West Winter Market at the Lussier Center and the Eastside Farmers Market inside the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center.
The Honey Bee Bakery stand can be found at Madison area farmer's markets.
Honey Bee Bakery will be at the Eastside Farmers Market on Tuesday afternoons, the Westside Community Market on Saturday morning, and the Monona Farmers Market on Sunday morning. We are on the waiting list for the Dane County Farmers market so look for us there in a few years.
Find Honey Bee Bakery specialty desserts at local restaurants. Please stop by the Alchemy Café or The Victory to try a Honey Bee Bakery creation.
Order something special. Layer cakes are our specialty. Each cake is made to order especially for you. A real treat for your birthday, special occasion, or wedding.
Please contact us if you would like to special order any of our products or to have us cater your special event.
Try our homemade empanadas for your next party or our lovely breads for your wedding!
Cakes and sweet treats:
For special occasions Honey Bee Bakery offers cakes, pies, and homemade organic ice cream. You can choose from a rich chocolate cake, rich white cake, fresh ginger carrot cake, chocolate buttermilk cake, or a light layered genoise cake. You may request a seasonal flavor such as raspberry, cherry, apple, pear, plum, or lemon. It is our pleasure to make a sweet treat especially for you.
Simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your request, or call Mary at 608-698-2401. At least a few days notice is required for your order.
Honey Bee Bakery offers wedding cakes custom made from the best local ingredients available. The cakes are classically composed and presented with scrupulous attention to quality and technique. Known as the delicious cake your guests will be talking about.
Honey Bee Bakery hosts a spring cake tasting for interested couples. Please send an email to email@example.com to sign up.
Locations and Times: Pick-up day is Wednesday. For the 2013 season we will have 8 pick-up sites.
Pick-up is generally from 4-7 pm. The sites at Epic, Pioneer Road & the farm in Cross Plains have extended pick-up times. Specific pick-up times are listed for each site.
East Madison: The Victory cafe. (2710 Atwood Avenue) Wednesdays 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Near-West Madison: near S. Midvale and Mineral Point Road (4603 Keating Terrace). Wednesdays, 4-7 p.m.
West Madison: Oakcrest neighborhood, near Old Middleton and Whitney Way (305 Oakcrest Avenue). Wednesdays, 4-7 p.m.
Middleton: Foxridge neighborhood, near High Point Road and Parmenter Street (1340 Stratford Ct.). Wednesdays, 4-7 p.m.
Town of Middleton: Crossroads' Pioneer fields, off Mineral Point Road just 3 miles west of Beltline Highway (3828 Pioneer Road). Wednesdays, 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Fitchburg: Highlands of Seminole, near McKee/PD and Longford Terrace (5733 Rosslare Lane). Wednesdays, 4-7p.m.
Pine Bluff/Town of Cross Plains: The Crossroads Community Farm. South of Pine Bluff towards Mt. Horeb, off the intersection of Hwys P and J (4144 County Road J). Wednesdays, 2 p.m. through Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Verona: Epic Kahoutek Loading Dock – Campus 2 (Epic employees only). Wednesdays, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.