Bakeware, Trinket and Jewelry in one!
Patent pending design.
BAKE. DISPLAY. WEAR.
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King Cakes are a Mardi Gras staple.
Used to teach the story of the three wise men—king makers of the day—who's search for the new born Messiah led to Bethlehem.
Celebrated Jan. 6 to Tuesday (Mardi Gras) before Lent.
Concealed within a circular, braided, bread-like cake, brightly colored purple yellow and green—a trinket is the king maker to the finder once the cake is divided and served. The lucky king or queen is royalty for the day and now carries the responsibility as the next host, and/or for providing the next King Cake.
Like Frozen Charlotte, soft-served. A fresh update of two traditions: antique Frozen Charlotte/Charlie and the warmer plastic doll. This version is both oven-safe and food-safe bakeware. The only collectible trinket you can: Bake-in-the-cake, Display-upright, And WEAR-as-jewelry.
Traditionally a bean, small porcelain dolls (called Frozen Charlotte for their lack of moving parts) were popular in the '30s to be replaced with plastic babies in the 50's. Bakeries no longer bake the plastic dolls but include them for the host to insert.
Professional and home bakers have been searching for updated, food-safe porcelain trinkets for years. Mardi Gras is almost here!
Acadia Baby is not a toy. Use with caution and only with adult supervision.
Serving any trinket (even a bean) hidden inside food presents a choking and/or dental hazard.
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