Wandering Whisk bakery is hosting a holiday pop-up in Pinellas Park

Think retro treats with a Christmas twist.

click to enlarge Wandering Whisk bakery is hosting a holiday pop-up in Pinellas Park

After a successful March event, Wandering Whisk, a pop-up bakery making retro-inspired treats, is back with another holiday pop-up. This time, owner, Jennifer Jacobs, decided to do it again with a Christmas twist complete with nostalgic childhood favorites including Gingerbread Dunkaroos.

The event is going down Sat., Dec.12 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. or until sold out. Beware, a line tends to form outside of the Pinellas Park bakery, so make sure not to sleep in. Be sure to do your part in being safe during this pandemic by social distancing in line, wearing a mask, and being snappy with grabbing your treats to go. 

The HBIC (head baker in charge), Jennifer Jacobs, was a competitor on Food Network's "Holiday Baking Championship: Christmas in July" in the summer of 2019. Jacobs launched Wandering Whisk's storefront last October, after four years of completing the bakery’s orders out of her home. While Wandering Whisk is usually only open by appointment only, Jacobs has grown a cult following for her holiday pop-ups, in which she offers themed treats in her pastry case that are prone to selling out. 

If you can’t make it to this event, you can order Jacobs signature treats—including French macarons, cookie sandwiches, cupcakes, cookies, cream puffs and specialty cakes—through the bakery’s website.

Wandering Whisk is located at 4505 Park Blvd. N., Suite 5 in Pinellas Park. 

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