This vintage caravan is crafting dreamy confections

Baked in St. Pete is the food caravan we’ve been craving. The traveling bakery operates out of a pimped out 1970s caravan with a sky blue paint job.

Many in the Sunshine City have come to know O’Malley through her work at Brick Street Farms, a hydroponic farm operating out of several shipping containers in the Grand Central District.

Lindsay Carter, too, has established herself in the Tampa Bay Community. Carter works extensively with the Junior League of Tampa, and several local animal rescues.

These baked goods are absolutely academic

Combined, O’Malley and Carter have three bachelors degrees and four graduate degrees ranging from Finance and Marketing, to Business Strategy, Information Systems and Health Sciences.

It’s an impressive acumen that only furthers the anticipation for what Baked in St. Pete brings to the city and your private events.

Yes, the pair provide baked goods, but that’s not all. The pair provide wait staff, glassware, ice, clean-up plus styling of the caravan to suit your theme.


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Available for weddings, private parties and photo shoots

Oh and if you’re as obsessed with the photogenic caravan as we are then you can also schedule a photo shoot with it.

On the bakery side, customers can experience decked out cake pops, gorgeous cupcakes and other baked confections. We’re kind of in love with the rainbow rose mini cupcakes.

Keep up with Baked in St. Pete on Facebook and Instagram.

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Written by Andrew Harlan

Andrew Harlan

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