Doing some research about New Mexico laws i found this:
"The type of foods that are allowed will be high sugar containing jam/jellies, non-cream filled baked goods (yeast and quick breads, cookies, cakes, fruit pies, etc.), tortillas, candy/fudge, and dry mixes (made with commercially processed ingredients). Home-based food products can only be sold or offered free of charge directly to the consumer at locations such as farmers markets, road side stands, and fiestas in locations under NMED's jurisdiction."
I don't really understand the "non cream filled baked goods".. I mean, how am I supposed to fill my cakes? In Italy I usually make pastry cream, chocolate ganache, chocolate and cheese mixed together.. aren't they allowed in US?
so, if I bake some croissants, they must be empty, right?
Can anyone help me to get it clear?