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To spread joy through sharing delicious baked goods, while sourcing our ingredients locally, developing sincere relationships with our customers, positively impacting our community AND to remember those who have baked before us.

Rose Hill Bakers

Kyleen Stucki

I'm Kyleen. Founder & one of the bakers behind Rose Hill Bakery. I'm also a wife, mother of six, follower of Jesus and lover of dessert.

The bakery is about family, food, and love. Named for the street my great grandmother raised her son, my grandfather on, the bakery is founded on a generational love of baked goods and sharing that love with others. My family history is replete with stories of baking. It’s part of me. As such, everything is made from scratch, just like my grandmas did it. At Rose Hill, we use as many locally sourced, high quality ingredients as possible.

My hope is that you feel the love that goes in to everything single thing that I make at Rose Hill.

Elisa Martin

Hi! I am Elisa. A wife, mom of four, baking enthusiast, and lover of the beautiful earth God has given us. I love spending time with my family, and if that time is spent hiking in the mountains, then all the better.

I have been on a journey to discover and share the benefits of sourdough. From bread, to waffles, to white sauces; sourdough has many uses and incredible health benefits. Combined with Kamut and other ancient grains it becomes an amazing food that tastes great and is great for you. 

I hope you enjoy our bread as much as I enjoy baking it.

Rose Hill Bakery Partners

Marni Ocamica ~ Coffee & Specialty Drinks

Hello, Hello! My name is Marni, and I am coming in hot with a big cup of joe. A little bit about myself, I am a wife, a mother of three full spirited boys, and we are always on the go. I fell in love with coffee when I landed my first barista job at a little café called SoHo when I was sophomore in high school circa 1994. They had 2 locations: West Boise and downtown Boise on 8th street. We sold baklava, lemon bread, quiche and the best coffee in town. I remember opening early on Saturdays downtown and watching everyone set up for the farmers market while I brewed our coffee for that morning. The rich aroma filled that little shop, and you could feel the heartbeat of the day kickstart. I have always enjoyed serving up a delicious pastry accompanied by a good cup of smooth coffee. I am so lucky to have the opportunity to do that again here at Rose Hill Bakery. I look forward to seeing you in the shop.