A Sweet Holiday Gift Guide to Goldenrod Pastries

Beyond our pastries, we also have our shop stocked with Goldenrod merchandise, Tuesday Bassen pins and mugs, candy, nut butter, tea, and cookbooks from businesses across the country that are creating small-batch, sustainable products. We’ve put them all together in a gift guide below.

**We are offering 20% off your in-store purchase through 12/10 when you select a retail item!**

Goldenrod Merchandise


As always, we are stocked with our tees, hoodies, coffee mugs, and totes. Our 2017 hanging pastry calendar is coming Thursday, 12/8! This was illustrated in house by our marketing intern, Carleen. You’ll love it!

Tuesday Bassen Pins & Mugs


Tuesday Bassen from Los Angeles, California

Tuesday Bassen is an illustrator based out of Los Angeles, but she’s originally from right here in Lincoln! She’s a long-time friend of Goldenrod Pastries, and we’re so excited to carry her super cute pins and mugs. 


Caramels & Nut Butter


Big Spoon Roasters Nut Butters from Durnham, North Carolina

Big Picture Farm Caramels from Vermont

Big Spoon Roasters makes all nut butters to order. They only use sorghum syrup or raw wildflower honey as sweetener. Big Picture Farms puts their goats’ well being front and center – which is great because they are also insanely cute! Each of their packages of caramels shows illustrations of their farm gang.




Gray Duck Chai from Minnesota

Steven Smith Tea from Portland, Oregon

Gray Duck Chai is a growing operation in Minnesota, near the Twin Cities. It’s great hot, on cold Nebraska nights. We love how spicy it is. Smith tea is hand-blended in Portland, Oregon. Why do we love it? Lots of reasons, but they source their spearmint leaves from the Pacific Northwest, have gift-ready packaging, and two special holiday blends (think fir needles and candy canes).




Soup for Syria: Recipes to Celebrate Our Shared Humanity

Everything I Want to Eat by Jessica Koslow

Small Victories by Julia Turshen

Cooking for Jeffery by Ina Garten

Against All Grain: Celebrations by Danielle Walker

We have a curated collection of cookbooks that cover celebrations, dietary restrictions, female chefs and authors, and popular figures in the culinary world. From soup to sweets, we’ve got you covered for any cook on your list. 

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