The Mah-ze-dahr Breakfast Box

MADE BY MAH-ZE-DAHR BAKERY IN NEW YORK, NEW YORK

MOUTH SAYS...

We collaborated with Mah-ze-dahr, New York’s best new bakery, to curate a drop-dead-gorgeous box of freshly-baked goodies. The assortment’s exclusive to us, and now you.

In it you’ll find a treasure trove of the most exquisite, freshly baked goods out there (and each pastry comes individually wrapped, so you get to unwrap something, too!):

One light, sweet, delicate Coconut Loaf and one sticky Honey Loaf, each scored for 8 generous portions. Three Hand Pies with buttery, flaky crusts filled with Nutella and bananas (yes). Four round Coffee Cakes studded with fresh blueberries and topped with a healthy dose of streusel. Four thick, moist slices of Banana Bread so satisfying and intense you may be tempted to call it cake. And last but not least, one weighty pouch of Mah-ze-dahr’s Signature Granola, made with nuts, dried fruit and chunks of bittersweet chocolate. (Sorry – no partridge in a pear tree.)

Umber Ahmad, founder and head chef of Mah-ze-dahr first discovered food has a “language all its own” when visiting Pakistan as a young girl. In Urdu, the word mazedar is used to describe the magic of food, that elusive thing that makes you want to taste something again and again.

Umber’s baked goods were first discovered by Tom Colicchio, acclaimed chef, restauranteur and Top Chef judge. One taste, and he thought they were so good he decided to invest!

We’re so glad they met, because this box of breakfast treats from Mah-ze-dahr is truly mazedar.

TIP OF THE TONGUE

You’ll receive two elegant, midnight blue boxes full of individually wrapped, freshly baked treats. We recommend eating within two to three days, or you can freeze them in their wrappers for up to two months. But trust us, you won’t need to. And if you love these, check out the Dessert Box  six different kinds of cookies and brownies and Vanilla Bean Marshmallows. We know – we just realized we were holding our breath, too. 

  • $100 for 2 boxes

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