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Annette, an adorable blonde dressed in a handmade tutu and bright pink hair bow, along with her Goodie Girl assistant, Jackie Brubaker (who is also the face of the emerging country/pop band, Jackie Brubaker and the Ex Boyfriends), whipped up cupcakes dusted with edible glitter that dazzled the judges. After surviving two elimination rounds, Annette advanced to the final phase of the competition held at Kentucky Derby 137 at Churchill Downs in Louisville.
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Judged by Candace Nelson (owner of Sprinkles Cupcakes) and Florian Bellanger (owner and chef of MadMac), the winning cupcake display included Derby-inspired flavors like Mint Julep, Peaches N' Cream, Bubbly (dark chocolate cake, strawberry filling, and topped with Champagne frosting), and Blueberry Pancakes, all dusted with edible glitter. I absolutely love her love for glitter! She is my kind of girly girl - glitter, pink, cupcakes. Love it!
Mint Julep Cupcakes - Photo courtesy of Mia Dolce
Here are two of her winning cupcakes (pictured above and below). To get the recipe for her Peaches N' Cream cupcake, click here. Check your local listings to see when they will re-air this episode. (Even though you already know who the winner is - maybe you just want to see her in action and see her amazing winning display that was featured at the Derby's star-studded Red Carpet event.)
Blueberry Pancakes Cupcake (Annette's signature flavor)You can find out more about Goodie Girls and all of their upcoming events on facebook, wordpress, and twitter. Also, check out their website to find out the latest happenings and get on their "sweet list".
Goodie Girls, congratulations on winning Cupcake Wars and on your new storefront coming soon!
11/9/2011 Update: Click here to read about the Goodie Girls grand opening celebration.