Fleckenstein's Bakery
19225 S LaGrange Rd
Mokena, IL  60448
708-479-5256

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Mardi Gras / Paczki Day at Fleckenstein's 2014 pricing
Feb 27, 2014 &  March 4, 2014
(Fat Thursday &Fat Tuesday)
Order Deadline is Sunday Mar 2 at Noon


download Paczki order form PDF file

Ash Wednesday March 5, 2014
 Feb 18, 2015  Feb 10, 2016

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Mardi Gras King Cake
$15.99

Cinnamon 62436
Straw Cheese 62438 


This beautiful, tasty treat is created with a sweet Danish dough layered with either Cinnamon or Strawberry Cheese and braided into an oval. It is topped with icing and finished with purple, gold and green sugar. It is packaged in a handsome window box and includes Mardi Gras beads, coins and baby*. One taste and you will be back for more!

Available Jan 6, 2013 - March 4, 2014
box design may vary

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Available Feb 27 & March 4, 2014
Paczki

$ 1.35 & $ 2.09

Available in the following 15 delicious flavors:

Apple 62120 $1.35
 Apricot 62128 $1.35
New flavor!   Banana Split 62130 $2.09
 Blueberry 62160 $1.35
Cheese 62208 $1.35
 Cherry 62212 $1.35
Custard 62260 $1.35
New flavor!   Custard w/chocolate 62262 $1.35
Lemon 62292 $1.35
New flavor!   Lemon Fluff 62294 $2.09
Prune 62368 $1.35
 Raspberry 62380 $1.35
Strawberry Jelly 62432 $1.35
Fresh Strawberry 62424 $2.09
New flavor!   Fresh Strawberries and Whip Cream 62426 $2.09


Banana Split 62130 $ 2.09
fresh strawberries and pineapple over a layer of banana custard surrounded by a ring of whip cream and drizzled with chocolate
Lemon Fluff 62294 $2.09
Paczki is split and generously filled with lemon fluff icing and dusted with powdered sugar
Fresh Strawberry 62424 $ 2.09
a love affair with fresh strawberries in red glaze
Fresh Strawberries and Whip Cream 62426 $2.09
fresh strawberries in red glaze surrounded by a ring of whip cream and dusted with powdered sugar


Paczki are similiar to a bismark, but made with a richer, heavier dough.   They take much longer to fry and are fried to a deep golden brown.   A Lenten treat made on Fat Thursday and Fat Tuesday.
Mardi Gras Mask 38217
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Iced Sugar Cookie
$ 2.25  
   

The King Cake has been associated with the Mardi Gras season for many years. The season begins on January sixth, known as the Epiphany, the day the three Wise Men of the East: Caspar, Melchior and Balthazar, found the baby Jesus. The King Cake reminds us of this day by its shape, color and decoration. Its oval shape represents unity of all Christians. The colors purple, gold and green stand for justice, power and faith. A small baby doll, bean or coin is hidden in the cake to symbolize the finding of the baby Jesus. Whoever finds this symbol in their slice of cake traditionally buys the King cake for the next celebration.  The season ends with either Fat Thursday or Fat Tuesday (Mardi Gras), the day before Ash Wednesday.  This day traditionally is known as Paczki Day.   Paczki Day was the day in which to use up all of the ingredients that would spoil during the fasting associated with the Lenten season.

* Because the baby is a choking hazard, we do not insert it in the King Cake, we put it under the king cake.  We recommend removing the baby and coins before cutting and serving.

Fat Thursday
Fat Thursday is a traditional Polish feast marking the last Thursday before Lent.  It is similar to, but should not be confused with, the French festival of Mardi Gras ("Fat Tuesday").  Traditionally it is a day of gluttony and belly-worship, when people meet in their homes or cafes with their friends and relatives and eat large quantities of sweets, cakes and all other meals forbidden during the lent.  Among the most popular all-national dishes served on that day are paczki.

Mardi Gras - Fat Tuesday
Mardi Gras (French for "Fat Tuesday") is the day before Ash Wednesday, and is also called "Shrove Tuesday".  It is the final day of Carnival.  It is a celebration that is held just before the beginning of the Christian liturgical season of lent. 

Paczki
A Paczki is a deep-fried piece of dough shaped into a flattened ball filled with a variety of fillings and usually covered with powdered sugar.  Traditionally, the reason for making paczki is that all the lard, sugar and fruit in the house would need to be used up before Lent. Our Paczki are made with vegetable shortening and fried in vegetable shortening.


All sizes and weights are approximate.

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