Frequently Asked Questions
Are any of your donuts vegan?
Yes! All of our donuts are 100% vegan.
Are your donuts organic?
No. When it comes to sweet treats, which are generally enjoyed less frequently, we feel strongly that taste and texture should be the top priority. That means that despite our desire to be as eco-friendly as possible, we do select non-organic ingredients over organic ingredients when taste or texture are impacted. That being said, there are some ingredients that we will only use in the organic form.
Are your products gluten free?
No. We do not currently offer any gluten free products, however, we will be introducing some non gluten options in the future.
Do your products contain soy?
No. All of our products are 100% soy free (that includes soy lecithin).
Do your products contain tree nuts?
In our fresh baked donuts we use coconut milk and coconut oil. Our fresh baked German Chocolate Cake donut contains both pecans and cashews. In our mixes, we use coconut milk.
Our German Chocolate Cake donut mix contains both pecans and coconut. Some of our donuts also include coconut as a topping.
Are there any other allergens in your products?
All of our donuts and donut mixes contain apple. Someone with an allergy to apples should avoid our products.
Do you ship your fresh baked donuts?
No, however we sell and ship our donut mixes which produce the same delicious fresh baked donuts. We currently only ship within Colorado. Flat rate shipping is $5.95.
I live locally. Can I place an order for donut mixes and pick them up?
Yes! If you would like to pick them up from our Cheesman Park neighborhood location (10th and Downing), simply select pickup and a preferred pickup time when you checkout.
What is the shelf life of your mixes?
Because we do not add preservatives to our donut mixes, mixes should be used within 90 days of the production date. They can also be frozen if they have not been used within that time frame.
So your mixes are dairy free, egg free, and soy free too?
We created our mixes to be as flexible as possible since these days, everybody has a friend/cousin/co-worker, etc. with dietary restrictions. As they are packaged, our donut mixes are suitable for anyone avoiding dairy, eggs, soy, animal products, and artificial colors and flavors. The type of butter you add is the wild card. If you use vegan butter, your donuts will be 100% vegan. If your butter contains soy, they are no longer soy free. You get the picture.
Do you have to use a donut pan?
No! Of course if you want a donut shape then yes (and you can buy them on our site) but a standard muffin pan will do as well. A standard size muffin pan will yield 6-8 cupcake style donuts. Here in Denver, they are done in 20 minutes. Click here for more donut mix baking tips.
Do you deliver your fresh baked donuts?
Yes. We offer free delivery in Denver every day except Thursday. Delivery requires a minimum order of one dozen donuts. Delivery may be available outside the regular delivery hours for larger orders as well.
Pickup from our location in the Cheesman Park area of Denver (10th and Downing) is available seven days a week and requires a minimum order of half a dozen donuts.
Email us at email@example.com for more information on delivery and pickup availability.
Do you deliver beyond Denver?
Yes. We deliver outside of Denver, for a fee. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on delivery outside of Denver.
I'm trying to place an order but the date I'm interested in isn't showing on the delivery/pickup calendar.
There are two possible reasons for this. First, we only offer a set number of pickup and deliver slots per day. If the calendar is not allowing you to select a date, it is possible that we have reached our max for that date. On occasion we also fill large orders or attend events which necessitates our full attention, in which case, we do not fill delivery/pickup orders.
What is the Cottage Foods Act?
The Cottage Food Act was designed to allow small food producers to sell to their community and neighbors directly from their homes. While Cottage Foods producers are not required to be licensed or inspected by the State, they are required to meet the same food safety course requirement as someone working in a commercial food enterprise. The Colorado Cottage Foods Act requires that all sales occur within Colorado.
All foods produced under the Cottage Foods Act must bear the same mandated label: "This product was produced in a home kitchen that is not subject to state licensure or inspection and that may also process common food allergens such as tree nuts, peanuts, eggs, soy, wheat, milk, fish, and crustacean shellfish. This product is not intended for resale."
Our kitchen does NOT process eggs, milk, fish, or crustacean shellfish, however, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, and wheat are present at any given time.