• Healthy and Happy Food Relationships: Kelsey Endres of Eat Me Bakery

    Embracing a healthy relationship with food was something that Kelsey Enders of Eat Me Bakery MPLS learned. “I was taught to be afraid of food, to see it as something that had to be limited. Many of us who grew up in the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s were subjected to an intense diet culture,” shared Kelsey.

  • Homemade Happiness: Heartland Hooga Bakeshop Bakes from the Heart for the Stomach

    Jessica Babiar, the founder of in-home cottage bakeshop Heartland Hooga, has many core memories centered on food. Her love of baked goods started with holidays featuring handmade treats from her family. This highlight helped nurture a love of baked goods and linked them as a love language.

  • Sunset Creek Farm: Organically Grown Grains on the Table in a Snap

    Sunset Creek Farms of Albany, Minnesota grows, cleans, and mills grows organic grains to produce a cleaner flour. Enjoy it at home through their convenient and tasty waffle, pancake, cookie, and muffin mixes.

  • Macaron Magic: Lily Bean Bakery

    Kelly Murphy of Lily Bean Bakery is a macaron enthusiast. She started making macarons in 2017 and “failed miserably the first time”. Refusing to be outsmarted by a pastry...

  • Shortie’s Sweets ‘n Treats: The Juicy Lucy of Minnesota Baked Goods

    Steph Krueger's stuffed cookies tip the scale at half a pound each. These creative flavor combos were her quarantine creation.

  • Cookies and More by Lisa: Bringing Baked Traditions to the Table

    Since 2015 Lisa Haggstrom has started her day with a good cup of coffee and the slogan “Live your best life; eat the cookie.”