N9438 Hwy. 151 Malone, WI 53049
Located just 10 miles north of Fond du Lac on the east shore of Lake Winnebago
Home > The Bakery
We do it the old-fashioned way....pick and peel our own apples to use in our farm kitchen. We're pretty sure you're going to love it.
Mouth-watering aromas fill the Apple House as you enter. Everything is baked fresh each and every day. Our Caramels are cut and hand-wrapped. The caramel for our yummy caramel apples is also available in tubs- so you can make your own at home. Caramel sauce is poured straight from the big caramel copper kettle into the jars-Great for Ice-Cream topping.
Orders are always appreciated and a good idea!
Fresh Made Pies
- When we first open in early August, we offer apple, cherry, peach and blueberry pies. As the season progresses, pumpkin and cranberry walnut pies are made as well. Different sizes are available. Apple pie is our mainstay - we have them everyday we are open.
- AND...we are proud to say that all the apples used in our pies and muffins are grown, hand-picked and peeled here at our farm. Hence, the farm-fresh flavor and aroma that keeps our customers coming back.
- With the exception of pumpkin pies, all pies are also available frozen unbaked so that you can WOW company at home with a "home baked" pie fresh out of your oven. Baked pies and muffins are also available in our freezer.
- We make sugar-free apple pies too. We bake them upon request; however, they are available for you to take home and bake.
We bake fresh muffins daily. They come in a variety of fruit flavors with apple and apple walnut being the most popular. Some other varieties are:
- Lemon Poppyseed
- Pumpkin Cream cheese
There's always a little experimentation going on as well when the bakers have time
We also offer Granny's Apple Bread which is a "tea" bread full of apples, dates, raisins and nuts....All smothered in a rich gooey glaze. (No need to worry about leftovers)
Apples We Grow
Here at The Little Farmer we grow a wide range of apples, either for eating or cooking, throughout the season.CLICK HERE TO SEE THE APPLES WE GROW >
The Apple House
When the first apples are harvested in August, the Apple House becomes the main hub of activity for the rest of the season.READ MORE ABOUT THE APPLE HOUSE >
In late May. the pumpkin fields are worked in preparation for planting. We plant 20 varieties of pumpkins in about 20 acres of fields around the farm - this takes two people almost two days to do.LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PUMPKINS >
Throughout the course of the season The Little Farmer hosts numerous weekend events from food stands to live bands.CLICK HERE TO VIEW WEEKEND EVENTS >