Food Network competitor Jennifer Jacobs opens new bakeshop in Pinellas Park next month

A grand opening event is set for October 12.

click to enlarge Owner Jennifer Jacobs is weeks away from launching her first brick-and-mortar in Pinellas Park. - WANDERING WHISK BAKESHOP/ FACEBOOK
WANDERING WHISK BAKESHOP/ FACEBOOK
Owner Jennifer Jacobs is weeks away from launching her first brick-and-mortar in Pinellas Park.

Get ready to pamper your sweet tooth at the grand opening of the Wandering Whisk Bakeshop on Saturday, October 12.

Owner Jennifer Jacobs is launching her first brick-and-mortar at 4505 Park Blvd. N., Suite 5 in Pinellas Park with a grand opening pop-up event that runs from 10 a.m.-3 p.m., or until all the sweet treats are sold out.

Fall and Halloween-themed baked delights are already in the works for the bake shop that specializes in making custom-made sweets from scratch, including cakes, cupcakes, French macarons, cream puffs and cookie sandwiches. 

The bakery is usually open by appointment only, but plans on utilizing seasonal pop-up days to invite locals in to get a taste of what the baker has cooking.

Jacobs was a former competitor on Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship: Christmas and 2015 and 2016 People's Choice winner of the Morean Arts Center Great St. Pete Cupcake Competition. The award-winning baker plans on holding baking classes in early 2020.

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