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"Cupcake Wars" Is Pitting Vegan Cupcake Against Vegan Cupcake

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We told you about how excited we are for an upcoming episode of Cupcake Wars featuring Sticky Fingers vegan bakery. The Food Network show pits cupcake against cupcake in a battle to win $10k and the opportunity for bakers to feature their tasty treats at a one-of-a-kind gig.

So, now it’s time to meet the competitor!

On March 8th C’est La V Bakeshop and owner Kim Garr will get a chance to show off their scrumptious product and help demonstrate that being vegan doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice the good things in life (aka cupcakes).

The Los Angeles based bakery has featured all natural, organic, and vegan baked goods since 2009, and has been featured at the Veggie Pride Parade, WorldFest, the Animal Acres’ Gala and the Hollywood Farmers’ Market. But Garr’s sweet treats are also a favorite of Hollywood A-listers, and have graced the sets of shows like HBO’s Entourage.

Some of her specialty cupcakes include the “Candy Cane Joe-Joe,” which is cookie, cupcake, and candy cane all in one, and the spicy pumpkin cupcake with cream cheese frosting. Delicious!

You can check out more of Garr’s yummy creations at her food blog, C’est La Vegan, and even get a personal lesson on how to live the best vegan life you can with her “Vegan 101” video series.

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