Selling homemade baked goods in New Jersey is no piece of cake. It is the only state where home bakers can sell treats for charity, but not for profit. Now, home bakers there are suing the government over a law that bans the sale of items not made in a commercial-grade kitchen.
For Heather Russinko, selling her kitchen creations could bring in some much-needed cash. She started baking about 10 years ago for her son’s school activities. She had no idea her sweet skills would turn into a recipe for requests, reports CBS News’ Meg Oliver.