Wandering Whisk Bakeshop's grand opening is this weekend in Pinellas Park

Time to stock up on some Halloween and fall-themed treats.

click to enlarge WANDERING WHISK BAKESHOP/ FACEBOOK
WANDERING WHISK BAKESHOP/ FACEBOOK

This weekend is the grand opening pop-up event for the Wandering Whisk Bakeshop.

On Saturday, October 12, locals can get a firsthand look at owner Jennifer Jacobs' creations. Prior to launching her first brick-and-mortar, Jacobs was creating custom orders including birthday and wedding cakes among other imaginative treats from home. Needing more space to meet demand, Jacobs laid roots in Pinellas Park at 4505 Park Blvd. N., Suite 5. 

Fall and Halloween-themed baked delights will be up for grabs from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. or until all the fall festive treats (like brown sugar caramel crumble cookie sandwiches) are sold out. 

click to enlarge WANDERING WHISK BAKESHOP/ FACEBOOK
WANDERING WHISK BAKESHOP/ FACEBOOK

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

If you're a baking fanatic or a fan of television competitions, have your camera ready to snap a photo with Jacobs who was a former competitor on Food Network's Holiday Baking Championship: Christmas and 2015. You can even get the details on the forthcoming baking classes which will launch in early 2020.

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