Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where are you located? Do you have a storefront?
A: We are a home bakery in compliance with the Colorado Cottage Food Act. We've taken food safety courses, and operate in our personal kitchen. Learn more about the Colorado Cottage Food Act.
Q: Are you able to ship?
A: At this time we are unable to ship, as it is not allowed under the Colorado Cottage Food Act. We are working toward a dedicated commercial space, which will allow us to ship. Stay tuned!
Q: Where do you deliver?
A: We deliver along Colorado's Front Range Urban Corridor, including the cities of Fort Collins, Boulder, Brighton, Colorado Springs, Evergreen, Aurora, Parker, and everywhere in between. Unsure if we deliver in your city? Contact us to find out.
Q: When do you deliver? Can I pick up my order?
A: We invite you to pick up your order in Littleton (Ken Caryl) from 10-6 each Friday. We deliver every Saturday. Contact us if you need a baked good during the week, and we'll try to accommodate you.
Q: Do you offer discounts?
A: We give out coupon code offers with initial orders, run frequent sales, and offer discounts on bulk orders. Reach out about bulk discounts.
Q: Do you take custom orders, or substitute ingredients?
A: We are unable to adapt recipes at this time. Baking is chemistry, and allergen-free baking even more so. We can slightly adapt our bakes to meet individual needs, such as baking in a different type of pan, or omitting spices. Submit your requests and we'll do our best!
Q: How long do your desserts last? Can I freeze them?
A: We do not use preservatives in our baked goods, and advise eating them within a week. Most of our items are available in small quantities to help with the short shelf life. Our cakes tend to dry out in the freezer, but we have had success with freezing them for up to two weeks. Pies must be kept chilled. Breakfast Cakes, Muffins, and Cinnamon Rolls do fine sitting on the counter. Cakes and cupcakes will last longer if refrigerated. Our frostings will melt in heat.
Q: Are your desserts organic, and non-GMO?
A: While we do try to use organic and non-GMO ingredients, our first priority is safety from the top food allergens in manufacturing and packaging. There are some amazing organic ingredients on the market that use shared equipment with top allergens. In such cases, we will go with non-organic choices from companies who have safer manufacturing facilities and practices. We disclose all of our supply companies.