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Has anyone heard of the Mrs. Fields Baker's Sto N Go? I recently bought one and am obsessed with how easy it makes taking my baked stuff on the go. It's basically a dessert carrier that keeps whatever
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Best way to travel with baked goods?

posted at 6/22/2013 6:12 PM EDT
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Has anyone heard of the Mrs. Fields Baker's Sto N Go? I recently bought one and am obsessed with how easy it makes taking my baked stuff on the go. It's basically a dessert carrier that keeps whatever you put in it from getting messed up! It comes with interchangeable trays too, so you can decide how much stuff you are putting in it. I have used it so much in the past couple of months, especially taking treats to my daughter's classroom! I am posting the Facebook link in case anyone is interested in checking it out, but I seriously haven't found a better way to carry desserts, especially if they are decorated! Let me know if you have any other cool products to try!

Re: Best way to travel with baked goods?

posted at 6/26/2013 7:47 AM EDT
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this is nestle's web site they do not allow promotional    or adds from other companies

maybe this isn't but it is your only/first post so it looks suspicious and they will probably remove your link

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