Orland Park Bakery Paczki are fried balls of dough, similar in shape to a Bismark but larger, heavier and denser. After frying, They are iced while still warm. We then cut and fill them with fillings such as fresh strawberries or fudge. A sprinkle of powdered sugar finishes them off. We currently have 18 flavors that are available only during Lent. Paczki at Orland Park Bakery are legendary. On Fat Tuesday, which has also become known around Chicago as Paczki Day, customers line up as early as 3:00am to to get these delicious treats! Orland Park Bakery sells Paczki from Fat Tuesday until the Easter Saturday
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All of the Paczki at Orland Park Bakery are cut and filled. We do this First to get more filling into each Paczek and second to allow non-traditional fillings with large pieces of fresh fruit, like our Strawberry and Peach Paczki.
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Kings Cakes at Orland Park Bakery are made with a danish dough, very similar to our coffee cakes. They are braided with cinnamon, shaped into a circle or oval, baked, and then iced with our delicious icing. The icing is colored in traditional Mardi Gras colors. Mardi Gras Flare finishes the Kings Cake.
Kings Cakes can be ordered for any day beginning 1 month prior to Fat Tuesday (Paczki Day).
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Tuesday, February 16th 2021
Fat Tuesday, better known around Chicago as Paczki Day, is February 16th this year. Orland Park Bakery sells Paczki through out Lent…from Fat Tuesday until the day before Easter. There are 3 ways you can place a Paczki order.