Not eating your treats the same day? Below are some helpful tips on how to best keep them fresh since we do not use preservatives:
Cookies, Cupcakes, and Muffins
Do: Keep treats in an airtight container like tupperware or a plastic-wrapped box, or individually wrap. The airtight container or individually wrapped items may be put in the freezer to extend shelf-life. Our recommendation is to serve at room temperature. If chilled, unwrap items and give them time to thaw before serving.
Don't: Leave out in hot weather or direct sunlight. Leave treats unwrapped because they may dry out.
Do: Freeze if planning to eat after 5 days; they are best served at room temperature.
Don't: Leave out in hot weather as the filling may melt.
Truffles, Buckeye Bars, and Brownies
Do: Refrigerate until you are ready to serve. Keep treats in an airtight container like tupperware, a plastic wrapped box, or individually wrapped; they are best served at room temperature so give them some time to come to room temperature before serving.
Don't: Leave out in hot weather as that may lead to melting. Leave unwrapped because they may dry out. Freeze if possible.
Do: Keep individual slices in an airtight container like tupperware or a plastic-wrapped box up to 5 days. If planning to eat after 5 days or to maximize freshness beyond 2 days, particularly with jam-filled cake, freeze the airtight container, but they are best served at room temperature so give them time (unwrapped) to thaw before serving. Whole cakes work best unwrapped on your counter until ready to serve, or freeze if planning to cut into and eat after 4+ days. If frozen, whole cakes need at least 3 hours to come to room temp. Once cut into, follow the instructions for individual slices.
Don't: Leave out in hot weather as the icing may melt.
Leave individual slices of cake that has been sliced in an unwrapped container because they may dry out.
Do: Keep the cheesecake chilled up until the moment it’s going to be served.
Don’t: Leave the cheesecake anywhere warm or in direct sunlight, it will melt even at room temperature.