New York City’s beloved chain Magnolia Bakery is tempting Pridegoers’ sweet tooth with Pride-themed desserts.
The bakery is the latest company to participate in the rainbow frenzy for Pride season.
Magnolia Bakery and The Trevor Project
This World Pride month, Magnolia Bakery has partnered with The Trevor Project, a leading non-profit organization founded in 1998 focused on suicide prevention among LGBTI youth.
They will be offering their special Pride Pudding will be available across all locations in the US.
Magnolia Bakery will be donating 10% from all Pride Pudding sold between 17-30 June to The Trevor Project.
What’s in a Pride Pudding?
A rainbow version of Magnolia’s classic banana pudding, Pride Pudding has layers of vanilla pudding, vanilla wafers, bananas and rainbow sprinkles.
It is available in stores in small ($4.50), medium ($6.25) and large ($7.50) containers, as well as small ($38), medium ($45) and large ($75) party bowls. It is also available to ship nationwide in a package of six large containers.
In addition to its Pride Pudding, Magnolia will also help Pridegoers struggling with low blood sugar levels with a selection of rainbow cupcakes and cakes.
They will be selling Pride cupcakes at all locations the week of their respective Pride Parades. You can find them in New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C..
Their signature Pride Cupcakes are confetti cupcakes made with rainbow confetti, topped with vanilla buttercream, rainbow confetti and an edible rainbow decoration ($3.95 each).
Magnolia’s Pride cakes are available to order and are available in a variety of sizes and styles (starting at $50).