Baking is a skill that requires a great deal of patience and a lot of science to perfect, so you should never feel shame for not being able to whip up a cake or cookies as well as Martha Stewart does them. After all, boxed mixes exist for a reason.
Soon you'll soon be able to enjoy the desserts from America's favorite casual dining restaurant in the comfort of your own home without all the extra effort.
Earlier this week, The Cheesecake Factory announced that it will be joining the ranks of Betty Crocker and Duncan Hines with the introduction of their new line of boxed mixes.
So if you love The Cheesecake Factory, but don't like the hefty bill that comes at the end of your two or three course meal then you'll be ecstatic to know that the mixes are not just limited to cheesecakes, they'll also include cookies and cupcakes.
Click on the next page to see all of the flavors in The Cheesecake Factory at Home line and which stores will carry them.
The Cheesecake Factory at Home line debuted a variety of mixes so even the most inexperienced bakers can make their go-to desserts at any time. In addition to the "Classic" flavor, the cheesecake mixes include:
They require very minimal prep and can be baked in under an hour. Each box yields about 8 slices of delicious sweet and creamy cheesecake cake.
The non-cheesecake offerings include:
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Vanilla Cupcakes With Frosting
Chocolate Chip Cupcakes With Frosting
The chain also announced that they will be releasing a line of chocolates and truffles. The flavors include: Milk Chocolate Truffles, Dark Chocolate Truffles, Mint Crunch Chocolate Truffles, Cappuccino Chocolate Truffles and Sea Salt Milk Chocolate Coated Caramels.
The chocolatey offerings aren't available in stores as of yet but they're "coming soon," according to the company's website.
The cookie mixes are available exclusively at Walmart, but you can get the cake mixes at Walmart, Kroger, Publix, on Amazon and at other select retailers.
Are you ready to indulge? Let us know if you'll be picking up a Cheesecake Factory box mix in the comments.