Holiday 2018

Please Note - we have reached capacity and holiday orders are CLOSED

It’s our favorite time of year! festooning, snow flurries, and twinkle lights abound!

This holiday we’re offering a variety of artisan pies that are perfect for the season! The holidays are stressful enough, focus on family, friends, and festivities and let Cotton-Top Pastries take care of dessert by providing you with a handcrafted, seasonally inspired pie!

All pies are 10 inches and serve 10 people. Cotton-Top pies feature flaky all-butter crusts and are scratch-made in small batches utilizing Wheat Montana Flour, local Hutterite eggs, and local ingredients whenever possible.

-PEPPERMINT HOT CHOCOLATE-

Everyone's favorite seasonal flavor combination; dark chocolate ganache, organic peppermint, and marshmallow meringue kisses on a chocolate cookie crust. 

$35

-EGGNOG CUSTARD-

Everything we love about traditional eggnog in a spiced cookie crust; cream, farm eggs, fresh nutmeg, and a healthy dose of Gulch Distiller's Flintlock Bourbon Cask Spiced Rum. 

$35  

-BROWN BUTTER BOURBON PECAN-


Cotton-Top's most popular pie - nutty brown butter, rich pecans, and malty brown sugar. Featuring Orphan Girl Bourbon Cream Liquor from Headframe Spirits in Butte, Montana.

$35

Holiday Cookie Boxes 

28 petite pieces of our most popular cookies; chocolate sablés, coconut meltaways, sea salt oat, brownie fingers, petite iced sugar cookies, London Fog shortbread, cranberry pistachio sparklers, chocolate chip, and ginger spice. Tied up with a pretty ribbon and adorned with fresh greens.

$30

Orders will be accepted until 8 pm on Monday, December 17th OR until we reach order capacity - we recommend ordering early!

Pies and cookies will be fresh baked and available for pickup on Sunday, December 23rd between 5-6:30 pm at the bakery;
212 S. Park Avenue (The old Caretaker's Cabin at the base of Reeder's Alley)

Please place your order by visiting the "Orders + Questions" page.

Prices reflect our commitment to using best-quality ingredients, sourcing local products whenever possible, and artisan methods.

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