Yum! Besides starring on her family's hit TLC reality TV series Little People, Big World and running things on Roloff farms — and being an awesome grandma — Amy Roloff is also a great baker. Back in 2016, she officially launched her own business, an online bakery called Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen, where she offers seasonal baked goods made fresh from her own recipes.
Last season, fans got to watch Amy as she started the plans for her online bakery. She met with her pal Carrie Ann Schubert, who owns the Beaverton Bakery in Oregon, and they came up with a deal for Amy to use the kitchen at her facility in order to create larger batches for online sales — starting with Amy's first item, pumpkin bread.
But there was a little bit of controversy after health inspectors found a rodent infestation at the Beaverton Bakery, according to local newspaper Oregon Live. It was so bad that the bakery had to be shut down for four days to take care of the infestation, which was allegedly due to a recent flood, and the bakery was sanitized and back up and running in time for Amy's Mother's Day items.
Despite that little hiccup, it seems like that partnership is still going strong, and Amy was able to expand Amy Roloff's Little Kitchen offerings. They currently offer three flagship items year-round: Amy's pumpkin bread, pumpkin spice pancake mix, and a box set that includes a loaf of pumpkin bread and the pumpkin spice pancake mix.
Amy also offers seasonal items — for spring, she has a new lemon loaf, black and white mint loaves, and an assortment of cookies. Everything looks delicious and Amy is always sharing promoting her baked goods on Instagram, but some fans have called Amy out in the past for spending time with her kids only as a marketing tool to sell her bread. Watch the video below to see why fans were so upset.