I don’t often eat breakfast – I know – it’s horrible.
But, that being said…when I do eat breakfast – I much prefer to #EatCakeForBreakfast!
Yesterday I told you about my 44 Hours at 44 Charles where I threw a TEA-quila party for me and some of my girlfriends.
One of the highlights of the party was most def the adorable, and equally delicious cake from Prairie Girl Bakery.
The cake was not only delicious, vanilla and strawberry FTW – but it was also customized with my logo!
It was also great the next morning for breakfast…just saying!
When I snuck in a piece before going for brunch…don’t judge me!
Prairie Girl Bakery started making cakes at the end of November of last year and you could order them with any message piped on top with icing.
Earlier this year, Prairie Girl Bakery purchased an edible printer and they haven’t looked back!
This printer uses edible ink and it prints right on top of the icing!
Customers can upload their photos with their order right on Prairie Girl Bakery‘s online ordering system, making it super easy and fun to customize!
You can print a high resolution image on top of the cakes or toppers on cupcakes.
Prairie Girl Bakery cakes are 6″ double layer and you can order them in any of the same flavours as their cupcakes.
You will, however – need to pre-order your cake at least 1 day in advance, before 3pm.
There are even vegan and gluten-free options for your cake or cupcakes, and the fondant toppers are already vegan and gluten free! !
Thanks to my lovely friends at Prairie Girl Bakery, you can enter to win a gift pack of your very own that includes:
-a $50 gift card and your choice of either
-1 cake with a printing of their choice
-12 mini cupcakes each with a topper printed with the image of their choice
Prize Redemtion Terms and Conditions:
-The prize must be redeemed within 1 month of the contest closing. –Prairie Girl Bakery reserves the right to be able to decline a certain date the customer wishes to redeem their prize. -Due to availability or stock the prize may change at any time. -Prize must be picked up in store (customer can chose which location works best for them but it is subject to decline)