Milkjam Creamery

Why not an ice cream pie? At this wildly popular newcomer, chef Sameh Wadi and his crew are turning out two varieties, both on graham cracker crusts. One features pecan-molasses ice cream with all kinds of salted caramel accents ($40), the other is a (vegan) spiced pumpkin ice cream with candied pepitas ($50). Order by Monday, and pick up on Tuesday by 9 p.m.

2743 Lyndale Av. S., Mpls., 612-424-4668, milkjamcreamery.com

Salty Tart

Baker/owner (and multiple James Beard award nominee) Michelle Gayer is all about pies, especially at Thanksgiving. Celebrate early on Monday — from 3 to 7 p.m., “or whenever we sell out,” she said — when Gayer takes over Hola Arepa (3501 Nicollet Av. S., Mpls.) for a pie pop-up, selling chocolate cream, bourbon pecan, caramel-apple streusel and pumpkin chiffon varieties ($27 and $28). Or drop by to order for pickup (at her Midtown Global Market bakery) on Wednesday by 8 p.m.

920 E. Lake St., Mpls., 612-874-9206, saltytart.com

Sun Street Breads

Baker/co-owner Solveig Tofte is offering three pie options, all at $20: classic pumpkin, cider apple and malted pecan. Tofte hasn’t forgotten that some Thanksgiving guests will want breakfast, so she’s featuring cranberry cream cheese pastries, pumpkin turnovers, sweet potato- and chèvre-filled croissants, bacon-Cheddar biscuits ($3.25 to $4) and other seasonal a.m. delicacies. Order by Monday, and pick up on Wednesday by 3 p.m.

4600 Nicollet Av. S., Mpls., 612-354-3414, sunstreetbreads.com

Rick Nelson