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Mya Allen Shares an Update on Her Cookie Business, The Knead: It’s “Entirely Insane”

The Summer House newcomer’s high-in-demand baking business is ready to “drop cookies similar to a Beyoncé album drop.”

By Abby Feiner
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On the February 7 episode of Summer House, newcomer Mya Allen opened up about her goals for her e-commerce cookie business, The Knead. "My primary focus is to spread love through cookies," she said. "For now, it's a part-time gig. But I hope that one day it becomes my full-time job." Now, it seems Mya's business is busier than ever.

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"Right now, business is entirely insane," she shared on the March 31 episode of the We Should Talk podcast. "I can't put it into words! I thought I was prepared; I was not prepared. But, I always wanted to do a business where I would just drop cookies similar to a Beyoncé album drop, and now I have the platform to do that. So, now I have a waiting list. I'm not taking orders right now. I'm catching up!"

"I have a waitlist of people who want that next drop, and I plan on doing a lot of drops around the reunion and a lot of drops around the finale to get people really excited for the end of the season," she continued. "And then we'll continue to do that as the year goes on."

As Mya, who is "a restaurant consultant by day," explained on the Summer House episode, she has been a passionate baker since childhood. "I've always loved to bake," she shared in an interview. "When I was 8, me and my sister made pound cakes for local churches and organizations, and I pocketed all of the money."

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