- She has traveled to Los Angeles California, New York, and Texas
- From two cakes a day, today up to 200 are made
María Isabel Salazar, also known as Mispepper creator of this delicious treat, tells us how her life gave a great change since her cake was popularized.
When he lost his job, with the help of his daughters, he decided to do something to support his family’s expenses. Through the internet, they found the Japanese Cheesecake and decided to recreate it, as it was something new for Mazatlan.
After several unsuccessful attempts, they managed to perfectly create the delicious Japanese cake.
After a video made by Sinaloa Online, which caused a sensation and admiration of María Isabel as she baked this delicious product in her six conventional stoves.
“We started with a stove and made one cake at a time, my boyfriend brought his stove and so we acquired five conventional stoves to make our cakes.”
Only a couple of days were enough for Maria Isabel to have calls in heaps; the cake had gone viral and people wanted to try it.
Mispepper went from baking two or four cakes a day to baking a hundred and even two hundred daily.
“The demand increased 400 percent to what I normally sold, it was really an adaptation process, we were not prepared but we tried to live up to everything, it has been really very rewarding,” he said.
The success would not get there, because with the help of savings of his family they managed to acquire their first industrial oven, which would allow to bake more cakes and currently has work staff, with spaces exclusively to prepare the fluffy cake.
There are already hundreds of thousands of people who have come together to enjoy the curious cake, from orders of 20, 40 and even people who come from other states exclusively to buy one.
Mispepper’s cake has traveled to Los Angeles California, New York, Texas to mention some states in our neighboring country.
María Isabel comments that she feels blessed with the acceptance of the public and calls on all the people who go or are undertaking not to give up and really want to.
The Mazatlan Post