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Sweets

The Stanley Cupcake

Fans of Tastykake desserts should fall into a diabetic limbo at the mere sight of this NHL Stanley Cup recreated entirely of dessert cakes. Thirteen layers of goodness were used in its creation. Uploaded back in June of last year but we hadn’t seen it until now (yeah, we stay two steps ahead of the curve and simultaneously a year behind it), it’s still as moving now as it inevitably was back then.

 

 

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Sweets

Tastykake Reveals Banana Split Baked Pies

 

Following a low-key press release via their Facebook page, Tastykake fans everywhere are now privy to the launch of the brand’s latest product: Banana Split Baked Pies. The new limited edition addition to Tastykake’s growing menu of items is coupled with an interesting Facebook initiative that asks you to upload a photo of your Tastykake product with ice cream for the chance at winning a case of the new pies (contest live through 5pm on May 20).

It’s interesting to note that in February of this year, the Tastykake brand was facing some rather serious financial troubles. It’s uplifting to see them continuously putting out new products and pushing forward, a hopeful sign of positive things to come from the cult favorite packaged-confectionary group.

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Packaged Food

TASTYKAKE Reveals New Krimpets and Kandy Kakes Flavors

Although we reported a few short weeks ago that Tastykake was facing financial problems, this week we get a visual of their new Cherry-Filled Dark Chocolate Krimpets flavor. Imagine their ordinary Krimpets, but this time around they’re filled with a cherry filling at the center. Also along for the ride are their limited edition tastes, Brownie Kandy Kakes (pictured below).If you’ve yet to try a Tastykake, find yourself a local dealer and rip into a box!

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Cravings Sweets

Tastykake Sliders

Finally, the story of something absurdly delicious dish that was made with good intentions beyond just satisfying the eyes and stomach. This story finds its way to Philadelphia restaurateur and chef Matt Levin of the Adsum restaurant.

When he heard that a local sweet manufacturer by the name of Tastykake was facing some financial troubles, he decided to step in and try his luck saving the day. With the help of the viral web and food bloggers everywhere, Chef Levin’s Tastykake Sliders will undoubtedly find their way across social bookmarking sites for weeks to come.