Aubri’s Sweets & Treats

We want to help promote your new Kentucky home baking business! We will be featuring the work of home baker’s around Kentucky on a regular basis. Email us at KentuckyHomeBakers@gmail.com or see our Facebook post to be featured! My name is Aubri Martin. I am the owner/baker at Aubri’s Sweets & Treats.  I am located in […]

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House Bill 263, Signed Into Law!

Today, April 2, 2018, House Bill 263 was signed into law by Governor Matt Bevin! The new law will take effect on July 1, 2018. Check out our page, House Bill 263 for information about the new law and what impact it will have on you! Thank you to everyone who signed and shared my […]

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Baking For Her Son, Christina’s Baking Story

Today we feature the baking story of a baker from Versailles, Kentucky. Who’s motivation for baking is her son. “My motivation for baking is my son. He is a talented musician who takes private lessons weekly, needs high quality musical instruments, and travels for many band events not just throughout the state, but also around […]

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House Bill 263: An Act Related to Home-Based Food Products

  January 23-25th we met with legislators in Frankfort, Kentucky to talk with them about changing Kentucky’s current law to allow all people to bake from home. We handed out cookies, cupcakes and information for them to consider about the cottage food industry. Representative Richard Heath agreed to sponsor our bill and the following week […]

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Another Taste of Our Youth

“As single, male senior citizen, my home cooking abilities are severely limited. Something like this would help me get the homemade things that I remember so much from many years ago. It’s time we took the over-cautious mindset out of things and remembered that my generation drank water from a hose, shared drinks, rode in […]

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High Barrier To Entry, Even As A Farmer – Emily’s Baking Story

Today we feature the story of a farmer. This is Emily’s story in her own words. “Dear Kentucky State Lawmakers, I am Two Sisters Fudge, a small entity that followed all the rules for a few dollars per pound in profit. I am Kentucky Proud and yet that doesn’t describe my story. I wanted a […]

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Stifled Dreams, Laura’s Baking Story

States with supportive cottage food laws provide simple and inexpensive ways for skilled people to begin safe and profitable businesses from home — businesses that can become sustainable jobs. Arguably, Kentucky’s lack of a cottage food law mostly affects women — ones who can and bake, but who might otherwise lack employment, garden space, access […]

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Rural American Dreams, Beth’s Baking Story

Today we feature the story of a baker from a rural Kentucky community. This is Beth’s story in her own words. “My name is Beth and I’m only twenty-three years old. I was born and raised in Henry County, Kentucky. I’m new to home baking because I’ve been baking for less than 2 years. However, […]

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From Pride and Joy, To Broken Dreams – Mary’s Baking Story

Today we feature the story of a home baker who built up a home baking business in Michigan. Unfortunately, when she moved, she found out about Kentucky’s restrictive cottage food law. This is Mary’s story in her own words. “Several years ago, on a whim I decided to take a Wilton course, which led to […]

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