Free Cakepop Giveaway!!

Hi Sweeties! Have you always wanted to try a cake pop from Sweet Pop? Here’s your chance for FREE!

We’re doing a FREE CAKEPOP giveaway redeemable at the Peached Tortilla. Go to MunchOnMe.com to claim your free cakepop and then go to the Peached Tortilla to get it with your redemption code! Sounds pretty awesome, huh? It’s because it is.

Step one: Claim your dish here: http://munchonme.com/dish/262

Step two: Find this truck (thepeachedtortilla.com) Looks like this

Step three: Eat this!

Simple as One, Two, Sweet!

Promo ends Sunday, Oct 16. Get yours now!

Post on here if you claimed one so we can do more promos in the future!

We’re in the NEWS!

So sorry that I haven’t posted about the Austin Bakes bakesale yet. Let me tell you that it was a wonderful event to be at. I met so many awesome people within the baking and Austin community that just wanted to make a difference and we were all doing it together. It was really sweet!

To hold you over until I can get all of my pictures together for it, I’ll leave you with the two news specials on us. You can see our really cute Japan flag cakepops as well as a short interview with the KPG. I have to admit that my wording during the interview COULD have been better but I was on a slight sugar high all day.

KVUE

http://www.kvue.com/v/?i=119118309

KUT

Torrie Hardcastle from KUT was so nice! She took great pictures as well.

Rosedale Ride

Last weekend we had the privilege to meet the wonderful staff at the Rosedale School. Every year the school holds a fundraiser to raise money for the Rosedale Foundation. They have such a great cause. Read more about it here: http://rosedaleride.blogspot.com/

KPG here was able to donate a few hundred cupcakes to the silent auction. I really hope they enjoyed them!

Their motto and what they have done is so inspiring. The students that have been touched by the school are also extraordinary!

On Saturday I tuned up my bike and set out on a 20 mile bike ride.

The turn out was great! Over 1300 people came out and supported the Rosedale Foundation. Some riders biked for 60 miles. Some riders biked for 40 miles and Team SweetPop biked for 20 miles.

Along the routes were stop stations that were sponsored by organizations and businesses. We had some oranges, bananas, gatorade, and of course COOKIES!

Sister Sweetpop also survived the ride after her accident on the road. Get better soon! In the meantime, we had some Amy’s Ice Cream to make the ouchies better.

There were so many great vendors out there supporting. After our ride we were so hungry for a BBQ sandwich.

Here is Team SweetPop! We all made it which was a huge accomplishment because none of us trained for the ride ahead of time and it was out longest ride yet. Next year we will ride the 40 mile route!

Thanks again to the Rosedale School for having us as a sponsor as well as participants. It was definitely an experience none of us will forget and hopefully we will make more memories of it next year.