Remove from package and place in a greased pan and cover with plastic wrap. Keep frosting refrigerated. Let rise at room temperature 8 to 12 hours. They should be twice the original size. In the morning… Remove plastic wrap, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Bake cinnamon rolls 20 to 30 minutes until golden brown. After baking, don’t forget the frosting!


Remove from package and place on a sheet pan and cover with lightly greased plastic wrap. Let rise at room temperature 8 to 12 hours. They should be twice the original size. When ready… Remove plastic wrap, preheat oven to 400 degrees. Bake croissants 10 to 15 minutes until golden brown. These are great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Proof them overnight for breakfast or during the day for dinner!


Our pizza dough is versatile and can be made into a deep dish pan pizza or a thin crust hearth baked pizza. It’s up to you and what equipment you have at home. For best results, make sure the dough is fully thawed and THEN let it rise at room temperature for at least two hours and no more than six hours. Shape as desired, top, then let rise again before baking at 475 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes. 


Remove from package and let thaw. Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Add whatever toppings. Bake 15 to 20 minutes until cheese is bubbling and heated thru.


Cut into desired thickness. This makes 12- 1.3 ounce cookies, baking instructions are based on this amount and size for a chewy, gooey cookie. Bake at 300 degrees 12 to 15 minutes. Adjust baking temperature and time for different sizes or a crunchy cookie. 


Remove lid before baking. Bake at 300 degrees for 45 to 60 minutes. For fudgy brownies your batter tester should have a little crumb when ready. Unbaked brownie can be frozen up to three months and baked from frozen. 


With dozens of models of home ovens in various states of repair, it’s hard to give exact times and temperatures. We encourage you to try slight variations on the guidelines above to find what works best for your home! This is part of the fun of baking; even when the first twenty steps are the same, you can achieve very different results with the last few steps.

In general, a higher baking temperature will give more rise and produce a darker but thinner crust. Higher baking temperatures are well suited for low sugar products (such as our croissants and biscuits).

In general a lower baking temperature will give less rise and produce a thicker but lighter crust. Lower baking temperatures allow more time for the heat to reach the center of the product, and so prevent the “too dark but still raw” syndrome; if you are experiencing this it is a sure sign to try a lower baking temperature.

We want you to have success with our take & bake products — hundreds of other customers have and you can too! If you have a problem or question, please email us at and we will be happy to help you. We won’t rest until your home is filled with the delicious aroma of fresh-baked Serious Delights goodness!