Kaitlynn Schenk

Kaitlynn Schenk, the youngest in the family, with her deer.

Montgomery Bakehouse has you covered when it comes to sitting in your deer stand waiting on a nice buck to walk your way. This coming weekend marks the start of deer season, and what better way is there to kick off the new deer season than with Montgomery Bakehouse desserts? The early mornings of sitting in your stand waiting on a deer can be cold and rough, but eating delicious goodies are not only sure to warm you up, but are also sure to make your waiting much more pleasant. As a family, we go hunting every deer season, and we are sure to bring along a few of our favorite sweets. We never leave without 28taking our popular Texas Tornado cookies, our brownies, and our chocolate and chocolate chip whoopie pies. These are some of our family favorites, and having these sweets to snack on in the stand is something that has become apart of our hunting experience. Every year our family hunts near the town of Fairfield, Texas with Oldfield Outfitters, and every year we get delicious deer meat to bring home that ends up being our dinner for most of the winter and spring months until the next deer season comes. Our family’s favorite thing to make with ground deer meat is a family recipe called Goulash. Stop by Montgomery Bakehouse this deer season to load up on all the sweets that will make your experience one to remember. It will give your children something that they can look back on and remember how every hunting experience when they got to spend quality time with their family began with Montgomery Bakehouse.

Jason Schenk, the oldest, with his deer.

Jason Schenk, the oldest child, with his deer.

Goulash- A Schenk family favorite:


Ethan Schenk, the middle child, with his deer.


1/2 box of macaroni, cooked and drained

1 lb. of ground deer meat, browned

2 cans of tomato soup

Cracker Barrel sharp white cheese , sliced thin


Mix all together. Put in sprayed casserole pan. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.