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Monday
Aug302010

Sweet Giveaway: Matryoshka M-Cups Giveaway!

Things that are sad: CakeSpy's birthday week is over. And (bad spy) the giveaway schedule had a slight hitch: friday's giveaway never went up! Yikes (must have been too busy eating Birthday Cake French Toast!).

Things that are glad: There's a final giveaway to cap the week and say thank you for the totally sweet memories. 

That's right: here's another giveaway, this time for the lovely and amazing M-Cups by super-creative company FRED! Here's a description:

This set of 6 dry-measure cups nests neatly just like traditional Russian matryoshkas. They accurately measure 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 2/3, 3/4 and 1 full cup, and they’re built from heavy-duty, food-safe, long-life engineering plastics. M-Cups are useful, easy to store, and quite charming...so why not doll up YOUR kitchen with a little Russian folklore? Each set is packaged in a full-color printed giftbox.

They're a popular seller at CakeSpy Shop, and now you can win a set for free! How? Simply answer the following pressing cake question below. US and Canadian entrants only this time, please! The giveaway will close next Tuesday, September 7, at 12pm PST. Good luck!

Here's the question:

What is your least favorite dessert, and why?

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Reader Comments (423)

Coming from South Florida, a place full of yummy foods with Latin influence - I was never able to appreciate or enjoy Guava Pastelitos. I'm not a fan of the Guava fruit, and they're so flaky and crumbly. It just frustrated me to try to eat around the Guava more than anything. Sigh.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterLiz

I loveeeee anything sweet, but the one thing that my sweet tooth doesn't like is fondant. I think it looks beautiful on cakes and makes a cake look clean, but it just does not have an appealing taste. I would rather peel it off and eat the yummy cake underneath :)

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda

My friends think I'm crazy for it: ice cream! I guess I just don't enjoy frozen dairy products.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterStephanie S

I cannot eat cherry pie....hot cherries just make me sad inside :(

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterJENNIFER

My least favorite dessert would have to be bread pudding. Mushy, bland, and slippery, it's always a staple at cheap-o buffets. Blech!

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterKelly

Hmmm least favorite... bread pudding. something about the texture.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterKristin A.

cheesecake! it's too rich and i feel that cheese should not be in dessert :(

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterMiss Morgan

My least favourite dessert is bread pudding. Yuck!

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterKatie L.

I do not like any dessert that is trying to remotely pass as "healthy". And on that note, nothing with nuts...Those scones and cookies and muffins with nuts are not fooling me! Do not try to mix my dessert with non-dessert type things!

August 30 | Unregistered Commenterrachelgab

light and fluffy cake of any flavor. too light and fluffy! Give me dense, thick cake, yum!

August 30 | Unregistered Commentertanya

flan. it is slimy and has gross caramel on top.

August 30 | Unregistered Commenterellen

I'm not a big pie person. Cherry pie is my least favorite.
I'm just not into the textures I guess.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterElizabeth C.

rice pudding! yuck! The texture of the little rice grains gross me out. :(

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterLizP

Mincemeat.... ewwwwwww

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterAmber Barnum

Any type of fruit filled pie. I just don't like warm fruit for some reason. I would gladly eat banana cream pie but hot apple pie? EWWW, pass!

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterJessenia

Cherry pies with the bright red filling.. it's always SO artificial looking and tasting.. yuckkk

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterEllen Kim

Chiffon pies. They remind me of wet styrofoam.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterDorothy

black licorice creme brulee -_-
family tried making one not so tasty im not a fan of black licorice nasty bitter gross!

August 30 | Unregistered Commentercupkate

anything with blueberries, blech!

August 30 | Unregistered Commenternikki

anything with cooked fruit...pie, crisp, cobbler

anything custardy...flan, pudding, pumpkin pie

anything cheesy...cheesecake, cannoli

anything coconutty...

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August 30 | Unregistered Commenteromega

My least favorite dessert would have to be creme brulee because the texture on top makes my mouth feel funny.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterCher

I know it's a cliche, but fruitcake is just nasty. I've only had it once, when I worked in a gift shop that sold little fruitcakes at Christmastime. We had a taste test with the accompanying hard sauce. Yuk and yuk! Never again.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterMaura

White chocolate banana cream pie. Why? Because I hate both bananas AND white chocolate. The only thing that could make it worse is if you threw some raisins in there too. There aren't many desserts I don't like. Sweets are kind of my thing. But THAT I would definitely pass on. Ick.

August 30 | Unregistered CommenterMissJillian

My least favourite would be this Chinese Red Bean Soup, what a very unsatisfying dessert!

August 31 | Unregistered CommenterEmiley
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