In 1943, Renee Schick, the widow of a rabbi with small children to support, successfully shared her love of baking with her Brooklyn community by opening Schick's bakery. Rising at 3 a.m. to craft traditional desserts, Renee Schick soon created the most famous bakery in New York.
Over the past 75 years we have become famous for our premier babka, rugelach and other traditional Eastern European breads, cakes, and cookies.
But for the months leading up to Passover, Schick's becomes the nation's center for Passover treats. Using a manufacturing facility that is reserved only for Passover and gluten free products, Schick's bakes macaroons, brownies, chocolate nut rolls, pound cakes, jelly rolls and a host of other handmade sweets, all baked under strict rabbinical supervision .
Whether you are buying for your own table or as a gift, are a caterer, retail partner, or specialty market, we look forward to sharing our amazing products with you.
It's only a celebration with Schick's on the table.