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    Corner Bakery Unveils Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Items

  • Industry News September 25, 2017

    It’s no surprise that pumpkin spice commands taste buds during the autumn months. The combination of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves produces a flavor profile so harmonious it’ll have anyone falling in love with fall. On top of a classic Pumpkin Spice Latte to jump start the day, Corner Bakery Cafe is introducing two new pumpkin spice breakfast items available through the end of the year.

    Corner Bakery Cafe’s popular Buttermilk Pancakes will receive a seasonal update with the debut of Pumpkin Spice Pancakes, which include four fluffy pancakes topped with walnuts, whipped cream, vanilla syrup and pumpkin pie spice, served with a side of smoked bacon. The bakery-cafe brand will also roll out Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal made with whole grain steel-cut oatmeal topped with walnuts, whipped cream and pumpkin pie spice, served with a homemade raisin pecan sweet crisp. During this season, Corner Bakery Cafe will also bring back two fall-themed guest-favorites, Pumpkin Spice Latte and Pumpkin Spice Baby Bundt Cake, available through Nov. 6.

    “Seasonality is paramount to our menu, and we are proud to offer guests two new pumpkin spice breakfast items in addition to the return of our holiday favorites,” says Corner Bakery Cafe CEO Frank Paci.

    Corner Bakery Cafe serves made-to-order food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The seasonal, innovative menu ranges from hot breakfast and grilled panini to fresh salads, signature sandwiches, mouthwatering sweets and more. Favorites include light and fluffy Buttermilk Pancakes for breakfast, the grilled to perfection Chicken Pomodori Panini for lunch, the creamy Pesto Cavatappi for dinner, and a slice of homemade Cinnamon Creme Cake for dessert. Corner Bakery Cafe is also recognized for its unsurpassed catering experience delivering signature, made-to-order breakfasts, lunches and dinners for any occasion. Prices and selection may vary by location.

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