Top 10 Holiday Desserts for Houston Area Celebrations

December 21, 2018

You might have started off with the best intentions of baking this holiday season. Perhaps gingerbread men, an apple pie, maybe even shortbread cookies were on your ‘to do’ list. But now we’re half way through the season and your bag of flour is still sitting untouched in your kitchen pantry. Let us help! We’re Three Brothers Bakery, and after 70 years of providing Houstonians with the sweetest treats, we […]

Laissez les bons temps rouler – Mardi Gras Treats for all

February 6, 2013

It’s not just king cakes at here Three Brothers this Mardi Gras season. This holiday has so much history and tradition and we just love every bit of it! We’ve got the perfect treat for any of your Mardi Gras gatherings. Interested in learning more about the tradition of the King Cake? Just click here to read our previous post all about it! If you were lucky enough to find […]

The Renaissance of the Groom’s Cake

April 30, 2012

Wedding season is upon us and many, especially in the northern, Midwest and eastern U.S. ask what is a Groom’s cake? Just ask a Southerner from the United States to hear about the “must have” of the Southern wedding. “After a century of transformation, the Groom’s cake of today expresses the personality of the Groom,” explained Bobby

Wedding Cake Trends 2012

January 18, 2012

It’s Engagement Season, so it’s time to talk about wedding cake trends… We just finished the Bridal Extravaganza, so all those who are recently engaged or soon to be married are in high planning mode, so I thought I would share with those planning their weddings some of the wedding cake trends I am seeing today. LACE Mimic bride’s lace on cake or even use an applique of the lace (too […]

What’s in a name? EVERYTHING!

June 2, 2011

Our well-loved Gingerbread Man, who has worked tirelessly to promote the bakery since the three brothers, Sigmund, Sol and Max Jucker, opened the doors to the original Houston location on Holman Street on May 8, 1949, is finally taking a break from the 24/7 business of measuring, mixing, baking and delivering. After 62 years of diligently ensuring unsurpassed quality control and customer service, we have decided it’s time for the […]

Passover with the Jucker Family

April 4, 2011

I have been in charge of seders for my entire family for the past five years or so, and the guest list has ranged from a 20-person head count to a 50-person head count. I know some of you feel my pain! For those of you who have never had the privilege (ahem) of preparing a 50-person seder, here is a sneak peek at a typical shopping list: 27 pounds […]

Tradition of the King Cake Trinket

March 7, 2011

Did you happen to bite into a small trinket while enjoying a king cake this year? It’s your lucky day! What is this thing?! Traditionally, small trinkets are baked or placed in a King Cake. These trinkets can be ceramic dolls, small beans or (if you’re in America) a tiny, plastic toy doll. If you’ve gotten your king cake at Three Brothers Bakery, you might notice we used chocolate coins […]

Viens-ici! It’s Mardi Gras Season!

February 21, 2011

There’s a great story behind everything. Behind a piece of art, your favorite song- heck, even behind your friendly neighborhood bakery! This Mardi Gras season lends itself to tons of culture and history, and we at Three Brothers Bakery want to celebrate with you. The dessert associated most with Mardi Gras is the almighty (and mighty delectable!) KING CAKE. King cakes can be found in a variety of forms, but […]

FOX 26 Names Three Brothers Bakery’s Chocolate Delight Cake the Best in Houston!

February 2, 2011

Needless to say, January was a VERY busy month for Three Brothers Bakery. First, we rang in the New Year with the Houston Bridal Extravaganza, then celebrated National Pie Day. What could round off an amazing month of happenings than National Chocolate Cake Day? Last Thursday, we called all chocoholics of Houston to UNITE and join us in celebrating National Chocolate Cake Day by offering $3.00 off all our whole […]

A Couple of Great Chanukah Sites for You & Other Crumbs of Chanukah Fun!

December 5, 2010

My blog post is a bit late for Chanukah, but I wanted to share some fun sites I have been forwarded. Jibjab has a site where you can personalize a fun Chanukah or Christmas ecard. We received one with a little Chanukah rock! Great Chanukah video on YouTube – Candlelight – The Maccabeats – Hanukkah Hadassah has a site for virtual Chanukah. You can light the menorah online. Of course […]