OKC cupcake shop wins competition on Food Network
OKLAHOMA CITY – The owner of Oklahoma City’s own cupcake bakery Green Goodies took the win on Sunday’s episode of the Food Network series “Cupcake Wars.”
For winning the baking reality competition, Green Goodies owner Tiffany Magness received $10,000 and served her winning cupcake display at a party for television star and guest judge Fran Drescher’s charity, Cancer Schmancer.
“It was an honor to be named winner on this exhilarating show,” Magness said. “We gave the competition everything we had, so the recognition feels great.”
The show tests the contestants’ creativity during three timed rounds and Sunday’s episode added the challenge of using all vegan ingredients.
Magness and her assistant, Kerstin Bellah, Green Goodies’ head baker at the time, created a winning display featuring three all-vegan flavors, each decorated to fit Drescher’s cancer survivor-themed event.
To celebrate Magness’ Cupcake Wars win, Green Goodies will host a watch party for the public Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at their Classen Curve shop.
The party will feature Tiffany’s winning cupcake flavors served with champagne.
Green Goodies customers are welcome to attend and watch the show alongside Magness and the Green Goodies family and friends.
About Green Goodies
Founded in 2009, Green Goodies is an Oklahoma City-based café and bakery with an emphasis on gluten-free and vegan options.
All cupcakes are made from scratch daily.
In addition to its cupcakes, Green Goodies offers frozen yogurt and specialty coffee.
Owner Tiffany Magness said she was inspired to open a store-front bakery after experimenting with cupcake ingredients that would not exclude her friends and family with allergies and dietary restrictions.
The cupcakery is located in Classen Curve.
For more information, visit www.greengoodiesokc.com.
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