Jack’s Donuts is selling DIY decoration kits. You get an assortment of donuts, frosting and sprinkles to customize your own combo at home. It’s a perfect way to pass the time with kids out of school: Sugar them up, run them around the yard, and lay a perfect crash trap with a Disney movie and blankets.
Elevate Bakery is selling DIY sugar-cookie kits for just $15, including no-contact delivery. The kits come with 6 sugar cookies, a piping bag of icing, and two tubs of sprinkles. The bakery is just one part of the Elevate CBD store, which is a handy pairing of something for the kids and something for the parents.
Amelia’s Bread has a spiffy new display case from Indy Urban Hardwood, so you can feel that much safer popping in for a Pullman loaf or some heavenly focaccia, as well as fresh pasta and cultured butter. If you’re getting into sourdough baking, they’ll give you a little bit of starter to go with your loaf that doubles as a study of the perfect crumb.
Your favorite pie emporium, Pots & Pans Pie Co., is officially live on Postmates, and they’ve added their Triple Chocolate Cream Pie to their April menu, thanks to the requests of so many homebound pie lovers. When you’re tired of cooking, nothing satisfies like a Thai Chicken Curry take-and-bake brushed with a little whisked egg hot out of your home oven.
Cafe Baby To Go, a fresh baby-food and snack delivery service, is partnering with the Patachou Foundation to help fill their coffers as they serve three meals a day for hungry kids. When you buy a gift card, CBTG will donate $5 to the foundation. It’s a great way to support local business and get your baby-shower gifts knocked out all at once.