Full of chocolate swirls and old world charm, Green's fresh-baked Chocolate Babka is the most delectable babka on the market. Prepared and baked in the same tradition it was over a century ago, Green's Chocolate Babka is an Eastern European dessert made of a brioche-like dough with rich chocolate swirls. Often revered as New York City's best babka, Green's babka is the one that consistently generates rave reviews for its irresistible combination of delectable flavor and texture.
The chocolate babka is made from yeast dough spread with luscious chocolate filling. The filled dough is twisted to form the swirls of chocolate you see when you slice the loaf. These swirls pack every bite with chocolate rich and dense enough to satisfy the cravings of any chocoholic.
Babka is the perfect accompaniment to a cup of coffee at breakfast or any time you want a satisfying treat in your favorite flavor. If you are able to resist the temptation to keep it all for yourself, buy a loaf or two to set out for friends and family. They’ll really appreciate your thoughtfulness. Green's Babka makes the perfect gift for gift for holidays, birthdays, or just because. The loaves freeze well and can be served either room temperature or warmed up slightly.
Green's Babka was inspired by Mrs. Chana Green from the remote shtetl of Halmin, Hungary. Known for her delectable pastries, Mrs. Green's children became intrigued with the art of pastry making and chose to follow in her footsteps, opening Green's Babka in a small Brooklyn basement. With her original babka recipe in hand, multiple generations of Mrs. Green's of children carry on her legacy through baking highest-quality babka and rugelach. Green's Babka is proud to bake the finest traditional kosher Jewish pastries with only the freshest ingredients.
The babkas are made fresh with all-natural, nut-free ingredient. Certified kosher pareve. The 24 ounce loaf should serve 10-12.
Please note: All our babkas & Rugalech have a shelf life of 6 - 8 weeks and stays fresh in unopened sealed bag for 6 to 8 weeks