The Baked Equation:
Why doing business differently is an equation that makes sense?
Our goal is to bake extraordinary desserts, ranging from brownies, cookies, cakes, cupcakes, cakelets, and our caramel corn with the freshest and highest quality ingredients from select vendors who uphold our standards.
Simple Ingredients focused on Organic and Natural
On average, we use 80% organic ingredients in our baking. In addition, we source local ingredients whenever possible such as eggs, dairy, and more. We believe chemicals, antibiotics, added hormones and pesticides are hard on your body so we do our best to keep them out of our treats. By doing our best to eliminate chemicals we believe that even though you are partaking in a “treat” it helps support a better you and its better for the environment around us.
Our challenge to you look at the ingredient list of some of your “favorite” store treats and then compare it to ours! I think you will find a world of difference. Our thought: if your shampoo and cookie share some of the same ingredients, it’s time to rethink what you are eating.
We are passionate about creating the best for our loyal customers. The key to creating a successful dessert gift, is listening to you. We strive to listen carefully and then create with fun ingredients just what you are looking for!
We believe in caring for our community. The local community, the national community, and the global community. We are beyond blessed with all that we have at our finger tips and love to share with those around us. Why? Because who doesn’t want to live in a better place? So on the local and national level we keep our ears to the ground of how we might assist in different ways. Globally, we are focused on Southern Sudan. We are working to help local pastors receive the training they need and create a sustainable farming community in Southern Sudan. Sudan has amazing natural resources but the people lack the training on how to properly use them. Many live just trying to make it through the day. We desire to help teach them the art of farming and cultivating the land.