Gifts, like bad news and applause for ballet choreographed to Beastie Boys songs, are always better to give than to receive. Bequeath something that's sure to be well received with today's Groupon: for $15, you get a loaded Easter gift bag at Gimmee Some Sugar in downtown Bakersfield.
Stephanie Caughell, owner and executive pastry chef at Gimmee Some Sugar, has been concocting imaginative and delicious custom-baked goods for more than 10 years. Step into the bakery for an experience akin to a weekend at grandmother’s house, where everything is made from scratch using quality ingredients, and the TV remote nowhere to be found.
Each Easter bag satisfies sweet teeth with a flavorful amalgamation of seasonal goodies. Furnish a lucky doorstep with one bag of Loaded Popcorn, two embellished Snyder's pretzels, one large couture Easter cookie, two cake lollies, a caramel-marshmallow s'mores bar, and two dipped cupcakes. Each treat comes individually boxed to help reduce cupcake damage during transport and to simplify goodie distribution among trial jury members. The finishing touches––a colorful, elegant presentation of decorative tissues and bows––add a celebratory pizzazz to gussy up holiday décor and egg hunts.
Gimmee Some Sugar
Stephanie Caughell forged her career without compromise. Growing up, she wanted to be both an artist and a chef, so she followed her passions to pastry school, then to the kitchens of renowned dessert masters. Incorporating tips from celebrity chefs such as Anthony Bourdain and Mario Batali, Stephanie creates eye-catching cakes and cupcakes from scratch for her shop, Gimme Some Sugar.
Stephanie preps sweet treats for any occasion—whether it's a walk-in cupcake craving or a large wedding. Her versatility is reflected in each cake's presentation: some are elegant towers with petals or ivy winding down the sides, whereas others are carved into fairytale castles, designer handbags, or even Homer Simpson. They come in flavors such as cinnamon swirl and confetti, and hide cream fillings within their decadent tiers and hidden sub-frosting crawlspaces.
2100 19th St.
Bakersfield, California 93301Get Directions