Mini Bundt cakes and wannabe cupcakes. As if you needed a reason to give into temptation.
Yeast cake filled with butter, cinnamon, and sugar, then topped with a sinful sweet glaze, just like Great Grandma Fannie used to make. Oh yum!
A new take on a classic favorite made with luscious blueberries and Susie’s Honey from Carmel, Indiana.
Made with the tartest, locally-sourced apples and gooey buttery caramel, then topped with an oatmeal streusel and brown sugar mixture.
Yellow pound cake topped with a decadent chocolate ganache frosting. A match for the senses straight from the south, but modified for the Hoosier state.
Pureed spiced pumpkin meets rich chocolate for a bold tasty treat. Enjoy in the fall or anytime you crave pumpkin and chocolate.
You don’t need to be Jewish or wait until the Sabbath to partake in this classic, sweet braided egg bread. Eat it plain, use for sandwiches, or make French toast with it. Choose from regular long or round braid. Want a special flavor? Please inquire.
A basic white loaf made with Susie’s Honey from Carmel, Indiana.
Honey white bread topped with golden sesame seeds.
White bread topped with dark poppy seeds for an authentic flavor.
White bread combined with brown sugar and a touch of cinnamon for the perfect amount of sweetness. Try it with our strawberry jam and Nutella for even more outstanding flavor.
Sesame, onion, garlic and poppy seeds pack the perfect amount of savory taste.
Make your taste buds happy with our delicious cookies. Buy them by the bag or by the dozen. Either way, they're a sweet treat. Please inquire for dozen prices and special requests.
Do we really have to explain this one? Just buy these loaded chocolate gems for a happy sugar high.
Double fudge truffles and a hint of espresso play nice to pack an intense chocolate overload.
A new take on a classic favorite, these soft cookies have everything to delight the senses, including chocolate chips, peanut butter, oatmeal, and M&Ms. What’s not to love?
A grownup version of a chocolate peanut butter cup featuring the addictive hazelnut spread.
Italian Biscotti’s Jewish cousin, featuring butter, cinnamon, sugar, and almonds, just like Grandma Louise used to make. Ahh-mazing. Eat by itself or pair it with a cup of Joe.
Nothing says comfort like a homemade pie or jam from Miss Daisy. Flavors vary by season. Want a special flavor? Please inquire.
A Hoosier Classic. Often called desperation pie due to its basic ingredients of sugar heavy cream, butter and nutmeg, this pie will make you feel anything but desperate.
Made with locally-sourced apples, cider and plenty of sugar, this classic American favorite is perfect year-round.
Blackberry, Blueberry, Carmel Apple, Peach and Strawberry