UConn Bakery

bakery

Dining Services operates an in-house bakery, "Not Just Desserts," that supplies freshly baked breads, pastries and desserts to all areas of our operation. We also operate a gluten-free bakery on campus which supplies baked goods to our dining operations. Gluten-free items are available for purchase by the UConn community. Follow us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/UConnBakery

Gluten Free Baked Goods
Whoopie Pies
Rolls

Gluten-Free Bakery

In 2015 Dining Services opened the kitchen of the first-ever gluten-free bakery on a college/university campus! With this kitchen, we are able to supply all residential dining units, cafes, and University Catering, with fresh baked gluten-free products. Learn more about gluten-friendly dining on campus.

Bakery Online Store

Not Just Desserts Bakery has an online store that is open to the public and offers the option to purchase custom birthday cakes (10", half sheet & full sheet), 10" gourmet chocolate chip cookies, as well as gluten-free cakes and baked goods.  We may also do Easter and Thanksgiving sales with pies and other seasonal baked goods. Follow us on Facebook to stay up-to-date. CLICK THE BUTTON BELOW TO ORDER FROM THE ONLINE STORE.

ORDER PICK-UPS - All orders can be picked up at the UConn Bakery (located in the UConn Commissary, 30 Gurleyville Rd, Storrs) or at the Union Central Exchange Convenience Store in the Student Union on the Storrs campus. Bakery is open Monday through Fridays from 6am-2:30pm | Convenience Store Hours. Shipping or delivery to rooms/offices on campus is not available.

UConn Bakery Online Store

Farm Fresh Market

You can also find our bakery items for sale each week at the Farm Fresh Market on campus in the summer. We bring a variety of desserts and breads that you won't normally find for sale in the cafes on campus.

ATTENTION: NUT ALLERGY WARNING

Products made at the UConn Bakery are made in an environment where peanuts and tree nuts, with the exception of coconut, are not used or handled. We cannot guarantee our bakery manufacturers follow the same protocol. This means that cross-contamination or cross-contact of peanuts and tree nuts could take place in the manufacturers' production facilities. If anyone is allergic to any type of nuts it would be advised to not eat any of the products from the UConn Bakery. This includes the Not Just Desserts line.