Here’s How You Can Get A Free Cake At Nothing Bundt Cakes
Mark your calendars!
No ifs, ands, or bundts about it! If you’re a fan of food giveaways, you’ll want to find a Nothing Bundt Cakes store near you tomorrow.
Nothing Bundt Cakes is celebrating the opening of its 300th location by giving away 300 Confetti Bundtlets to customers between 3 p.m. and 3:05 p.m. (that’s 300 seconds) local time at each of its stores on Tuesday, April 9. All you need to do is show up at the right time to score a free sweet — but note that there’s a limit of one per person.
The 300th store is in Jacksonville, Florida, which gives Nothing Bundt Cakes sites in 39 states and one in Ontario, Canada. The retailer opened 55 stores in 2018.
The company announced the promotion to customers through its Instagram account. The post features a quick video of bundt-cake making and a thank-you message.
Nothing Bundt Cakes was founded by friends Dena Tripp and Debbie Shwetz after they didn’t like the quality of the bundt cakes they were finding locally. They started making and selling their cakes out of their Las Vegas homes in 1997 before expanding to their first bakery.
“Our Confetti Bundtlet giveaway is our way of bringing joy and thanking our guests for including us in their celebrations and helping us reach this incredible milestone,” said Tripp in a press release about the giveaway.
Along with its festive confetti flavor, Nothing Bundt Cakes also offers chocolate chip, vanilla, red velvet, white chocolate raspberry, carrot cake, chocolate marble, pecan praline and lemon flavors. You can also get rotating featured flavors like strawberries and cream or peanut butter chocolate swirl.
Check out this boomerang-style video from Nothing Bundt Cakes’ Instagram account, showing the lemon version:
Nothing Bundt Cakes sells its cakes in various sizes including the bundtlet (mini), bite-size bundtinis and traditional-sized 8-inch and 10-inch bundt cakes. You can even get special occasion towers and tiered bundt cakes. The company’s delicious creations have thick icing stripes and a filled center.
Fun fact: bundt cakes take their name from the northern German word “bundkuchen,” which refers to a cake “bundled” into a pan with grooved sides and a hole in the middle. In about 1950, some members of a Jewish Hadassah organization in Minnesota went to Nordic Ware to ask the company to replicate the oven-safe dish made to mold the cake. In a way, bundt cakes can be said to be named after the pan!
If you’re not near one of the chain’s locations, you can always try baking up a bundt cake of your own. This hummingbird upside-down flavored dessert fits the bill nicely.
Will you wait in line for a free mini bundt cake on April 9? See you there!
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