PAC Pastries Offering Pumpkin Pie, Pumpkin Donuts, Apple Pie Cupcakes, and More for Thanksgiving Pre-Orders

No matter what embarrassingly outrageous quantity of food we might consume come Thanksgiving, there's always room for dessert. And there's no better place to procure your cruelty-free sweet stuff than PAC Pastries.

Master culinarian and whipper-upper-of-pumpkin-krunkins Shelbey Ganzel is offering a whole host of autumnal treats for your Thanksgiving feast. From pumpkin cinnamon rolls to apple pie cupcakes to pecan pie, she's got lots of options.

See also: Forget Munchkins, Try 'Krunkins' Vegan Donut Holes from PAC Pastries

PAC's holiday treats menu includes the following:

Pumpkin Pie

$32 each

Apple Pie

$32 each

Sweet Potato Pie

$32 each

Pecan Pie

$32 each

Chocolate Mousse Pie

$40 each

Pumpkin Doughnuts

$36 a dozen

Pumpkin Krunkins

$20 a dozen

Apple Pie Cupcakes

$36 a dozen

Pumpkin Cupcakes

$36 a dozen

Cinnamon Rolls (gluten-free or regular)

$48 a dozen for gluten-free, $40 a dozen for regular

Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls (gluten-free or regular)

$48 a dozen for gluten-free, $40 a dozen for regular

They'll be taking orders through November 21 (though they'll do their best to accommodate last-minute orders too). To order, email [email protected]. You can either pick-up pick up at BC Cafe or opt for delivery (from Hobe Sound to Miami). Oh, and they'll also be donating a percentage of Thanksgiving profits to Farm Sanctuary by adopting a turkey!

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