Reignbow Baking Co. Opens Doors Feb. 1

  • Saturday, January 21, 2023

Reignbow Baking Co. will open its doors on Wednesday, Feb. 1, in the Eastgate Mall Food Court, selling a variety of French and Latin pastries.

Originally opening as Sierra’s Cakewerks in 2018 the owner, Sierra Stollenwerk decided to rebrand to Reignbow Baking Co. in 2022 to expand options for its customers.

“Reignbow Baking Co. was founded to be an inclusive bakery,” says Ms. Stollenwerk. “We focus on treating our customers like royalty and bake to inspire joy, creativity and curiosity.”

The storefront will offer a wide variety of selections, including a Latin version of creme brulee called crema catalana, French macarons, cream puffs, flourless brownies (gluten free), eclairs, and cake by the slice. Customers can also purchase to-go cakes and have them personalized on site or order ahead.

Reignbow Baking Co. will be open Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4-6 p.m. on those days. The business is at 5600 Brainerd Road, Building B, Ste. FC-3.

In addition to regularly baking cakes for weddings, Ms. Stollenwerk has been sharing her baking skills with the general public through learning nonprofit The Chattery since 2019. Her monthly cake decorating and hands-on baking classes regularly sell out.

The brand will continue to bake cakes and other sweets for weddings as well, which can be ordered on its website.


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