This group covers baked goods that do not fall under cakes, cookies, and bread. This includes pies, pastries, cones, pretzels, dried fruit, rice krispie treats, graham crackers, granola, nuts, seeds, trail mix, and other types of baked goods.
This site is so helpful! How do you cool your cakes? Do you just let them naturally cool and then crumb coat them…or put them in the fridge first and then crumb coat? I usually put it in the fridge After I crumb coat. I worry about the cooling off and then warming up to room temp if that causes air pockets and then the cake shifts. What’s the…[Read more]
1. Are FRIED doughnuts considered a bread or pastry?
2. Are FRIED doughnuts considered a non-hazardous baked good?
3. Are FRIED doughnuts allowed to be sold as a cottage food at Illinois Farmers Markets?
Quick question– can I bake and sell my pumpkin and pecan pies to my co-workers at work without functioning as a cottage industry? In other words, if custard or cream-based products are prohibited under cottage industry regs, is there any way to legally bake and sell them? Thanks.
The only way to legally bake and sell them is to use a commercial kitchen and get the proper licensing. http://forrager.com/faq/#commercial
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