Minnesota's 2015 Cottage Food Law allows home-kitchen preparation of non-potentially hazardous foods for sales. Registered Cottage Food Producers can sell these products up to an $18,000 per year, per producer limit.
There are requirements for training and limits on types of products that can be produced in home kitchens. Visit the resources on this page for comprehensive information.
Minnesota Statute 28A.152, www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/28A.152
National Center for Home Food Preservation:
The recipes on this site have been tested by University Extension Services, but some of the recipes are for products deemed potentially hazardous by Minnesota law. Any recipes you use for Cottage Food must fall into the non-potentially hazardous food category in Minnesota. See MFMA's Non-Potentially Hazardous Foods List for more information.