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Nov 30, 2007 04:49 AM

Pittsburgh Nutrolls

Has anyone found a bakery that makes really good nutrolls for the holidays? Thanks in advance.

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  1. My husband does! He sold some at a recent craft show. If interested email me at We live in Murrysville.......near PIttsburgh.

    1. Try the Oakmont Bakery. They've won all sorts of awards inc. Peoples' Choice ones. Phenomenal goodies - inc. their "attitude cupcakes", which are more than worth the $2 each that they cost. Place was so packed day before Thanksgiving that they had to put the machine with tickets (for taking turns) outside the bakery. GOOD nutroll - only thing I don't buy there are the pies. Like my own better.


      1. There is a small family company in Butler that makes nutrolls all year.

        1. The Post Gazette wrote an article a few years ago:

          I've had the Pasteries-A-La-Carte before...they're pretty good.

          1. The best I've ever had are made by a couple in Swissvale. You call them, they make you nut rolls in their home ovens (Thanksgiving and Christmas only). Made from a secret family recipe of Croation origin. They won't give me the recipe. Eight or $9 per roll. The best. E-mail me at if you want the contact details.