Micro bakery

The Tiny Kitchen is a WSDA Cottage Food Licensed baking space. We specialize in using flour grown and milled in Washington State. These flours are unique wheat varietals, grown and milled with care, resulting in products with flavors all their own.

Our bread is 100% sourdough, using only flour, water, and sea salt, along with Bob, our 15-year old sourdough starter, and his cohort, 3-year old, Agnes. This bread is Pacific Northwest through and through, done in a European style.

Beyond great flour, our sweets are made with as many organic ingredients as possible, fairly-traded sugars and chocolate, and local fruits.

Pre-ordering is recommended.

All ordering is online via Square.

How to Get:

The Tiny Kitchen Seattle sells at the Bellevue and Woodinville Farmer’s Markets. See details below. During the off season, items are available for Porch Pickup in both Bellevue and Bothell.

Farmer’s Market Schedules

Bellevue Farmer’s Market • weekly • Thursdays • 3-7P (orders close Tues 9P)

Market opens May 11, 2023

Woodinville Farmer’s Market • Biweekly • Saturdays • 10A-3P (orders close Wed 9P)

Market opens May 6, 2023; our first week will be May 13, 2023

Porch Pickups

Clyde Hill, Bellevue and Bothell/Kenmore.

Porch pickups will begin on January 24, 2023.


• Order from the Square Store , shopping from the category of your pickup preference.

Because Square has its difficulties, you will receive an order confirmation directly from The Tiny Kitchen with the correct day of pickup.

If you prefer not to order through Square, we will have extra items on every market day. You are welcome to come by and see what’s available. Things can sell out quickly though, so stop by earlier rather than later.

To stay up-to-date with any schedule changes, or to see what is offered each week, request to be on our weekly email list via our Contact page. We look forward to connecting you with bread and pastries!

Pictures below of some of our regular items. Check the Square Store for weekly offerings!

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