relax - your high five guys
have thanksgiving covered
Plus, as a delicious bonus, we're donating 10% of our profits to the Courage Center -- an amazing Minnesota organization whose adaptive sports program have helped Frankster get on up on skis in the winter and glide across lakes water skiing in the summer.
Here's how it works
- Place your order by Sunday, Nov. 18
- Pick up at the High Five Bakery (conveniently located in south Minneapolis near 35W and the Crosstown) on Monday Nov. 19 or Tuesday, Nov. 20; you'll make this choice when you order
- Pick up is 4 - 8pm on both days
- Share (or not) and enjoy!
3 ways to wow this thanksgiving
Skillet Cornbread with Rosemary
It's like a warm hug - with rosemary
We fire up our old-school iron skillet to bake this cornbread - and add a special salted rosemary crust on top. We'll provide instructions on how to reheat it on Thanksgiving to wow your family. Provides 8 large slices of cornbread.
Butterscotch Bourbon Blondies
Bourbon makes life better
No matter what you have planned for the holidays, you'll never regret indulging in 1 dozen of these blondies, who get a bit risque with a hint of bourbon added to the mix. Butterscotch and dark chocolate chips join the party for a smooth, rich taste that will make you happy inside -- despite whatever heated conversation is raging at your holiday gathering.
Skillet Sugar Cookie Pie
Join the Pumpkin Pie Resistance
If you eat pumpkin pie politely every Thanksgiving, lend us your ears and your weary palate. And bring this show-stopper instead.
We make a giant sugar cookie in a cast iron skillet. We slather on some delicious vanilla glaze and then add some festive sprinkles.
You arrive your holiday gathering with an intriguing package. You open that package to ooohs and aahs. Slice this baby into 8 or 10 or 12 pieces and watch everyone delight in a brand new delectable option.