Hanukkah and Christmas 2017 with Three Brothers Bakery!

November 27, 2017

Now that we’re past Thanksgiving, it’s on to the next set of holidays at Three Brothers Bakery. We’re already making our preparations for Hanukkah (Tuesday, December 12 – Wednesday, December 20) and Christmas (Monday, December 25)! Growing up, my mom did not allow us to decorate for Hanukkah until the first night. So right before sundown, we’d rush to put up our little string of blue and white balls and […]

Christmas Hanukkah


December 19, 2016

Three years ago, you may remember the serendipitous occurrence known as Thanksgivukkah when the holidays of Thanksgiving and the beginning of Hanukkah happened to fall on the same day. (That was a once-in-70,000 years’ overlap, so don’t count on another one of such celebrations in your lifetime.) But don’t fret too much because 2016 gives us another fun holiday crossover! This year, say hello to Chrismukkah: the first night of […]

Building with Three Brothers Bakery and the Woodworkers of Texas

August 19, 2015

Three Brothers Bakery is pleased to join forces with the Woodworkers of Texas and Woodcraft of Houston for the first-ever Christmas Ornament Contest. You may know the Woodworkers of Texas from our ongoing partnership with them, as they create our fantastic wooden pie boxes, which many of you order throughout the year. Starting today, you can drop off a handmade ornament at any Woodcraft of Houston location or the Woodworkers […]

Award-Winning Gingerbread Houses

December 6, 2014

We love gingerbread here at Three Brothers Bakery! From our giant gingerbread man we created for our 65th anniversary, to some of our more recent Halloween gingerbread creations, this flavorful cookie is one of our favorites. We’ve created some amazing (and delicious) gingerbread houses for the holiday season and we wanted to share them with you. Here are a few of our favorite cookie mansions: Aren’t those just so beautiful? […]

Candy Cane History 101

December 11, 2013

The Birth of the “Candy Cane” In 1672, a genius German candy maker in Cologne, Germany thought of a sweet idea to silence naughty & noisy children during mass on Christmas Eve.  He created these white sugar sticks with the signature bent shape. The sweet recipe then made its way to America around 1847. Then came the stripes…. About 50 years later, red stripes showed up on candy canes everywhere—no […]