It’s never too early to plan your Thanksgiving menu. And we’re all for focusing on dessert. To give you more time to tackle the turkey, consider preordering sweet treats from these nine local bakeries.
Andia’s Ice Cream | $32 | Place your order by Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 12 a.m. to scoop up an ice cream pie. There are six flavors, including toasted almond coconut and caramel pumpkin spice.
Boulted Bread | $28-$32 | Sweet potato, apple, lemon chess, and chocolate chess pies can be preordered for pickup on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
The Cupcake Shoppe | $26 | Wake up Thanksgiving morning with a brunch box, filled with a pumpkin cinnamon roll, croissant, two muffins, and two scones. Bonus: You can also preorder bourbon pecan caramel cakes, sweet potato meringue bars, and seasonal cupcakes.
Ladyfingers | $27-$28 | Choose from five pie varieties like lemon Chantilly, chocolate, and peanut butter chess, then call to place your order before 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15.
La Farm Bakery | $30-$33 | Choose from apple almond, pumpkin harvest, and roasted pecan tarts. Bonus: Pick up a turkey-shaped loaf of bread for your table.
Luccettegrace | $39 | The Bourbon pecan pie is a Thanksgiving tradition for this contemporary patisserie. Pick up your pie on Tuesday, Nov. 22 or Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Mon Macaron | $75 | Preorder a gluten-free, four-tier tower of fall macarons with flavors including maple crème, s’mores, triple cinnamon sugar, and pumpkin spice.
Union Special | $23-$28 | Place your order by Saturday, Nov. 19 to secure your treats. The six pie varieties include: pawpaw chess, butterscotch pecan, chocolate malt, cherry, dutch apple, and Jarrahdale pumpkin.
Yellow Dog Bread Co. | $3.50 | The maple sugar acorn cookies are available now through Thanksgiving. Pro tip: Pick up a menu from the bakeshop for the full list of holiday treats (like the sweet potato cheesecake).