People rave over your Dutch apple pie. They always take a second slice of your Texas sheet cake. Those oatmeal raisin cookies disappear in minutes.
Fans tell you repeatedly you could sell your tasty treats. Maybe you should.
As a baker, you can add to your income doing something you love by starting a home baking business. What is needed? An initial investment in tools, packaging, and baking basics and a marketing strategy for your bakery business. It’s likely you already have some equipment but you may need more as your business scales up.
Estimates range from $5,000 to $10,000 to start a home baking business with monthly income from $1,000 to $2,000. Of course, those numbers depend on a lot of variables, including how extensive you want the business to be, where you live, how many hours you want to work a week, and more.
One thing that’s free is coming up with a name. That might be the most fun of all.
Start Your Mixers
There’s so much to think about that you might find yourself as mixed up as one of your cake batters. But if you take a methodical approach — you are a baker aren’t you? — you’ll be able to master each step.
Whether you want to launch a full-time business or just bake enough for a little cash on the side, we’re here to help.
Deciding to make your baking business dream come true is truly like a roller coaster ride. It is thrilling and terrifying at the same…