trixie's truck 
Allentown's  1st Mobile Bakery 
610-504-9914

about trixie

As a young girl I would spend hours in my play kicthen.  That kitchen eventually turned into "playing restaurant."  I had no idea then that I would spend the majority of my career in the food industry, eventually become a small business owner and one of the Valley's first mobile food vendors. Looking back now, i see it was inevitable. And I honestly can say, I wouldn't change a thing. 
 
On my mom's side of the family, I come from a long line of women who love to cook and bake.  As a child, I acquired a love for the culinary arts from my mom, who would eventually go to culinary school herself.  She had,  in turn, learned from her mom, my grandmother, who came to this country in 1950 from Austria .  Her mother, my great-grandmother (Omi)  was a chef for wealthy families from the 1930's through the 1950's. To the right (top) is a photo of her in the kitchen of the Schlos Paternion (Castle of Paternion) which was the small village in Austria in which she lived. She worked there for the Italian Count Foscari-Widmann from 1948-1954. She was the head chef and was responsible for cooking meals and baking desserts for up to 25 family members with the meals each consisting of several courses. 
On my dad's side of the family, my grandfather (Poppop Boyle) attended Baking School in 1929 at the age of 14 (pictured to the right, he is the second from the bottom).  He would go on to work for bakeries for the majority of his career until retiring. My brother, Alan, is the head chef at Solstice Kitchen, one of South Carolina's top rated restaurants year after year and my other brother, Thomas is in the food industry as well. 

After may years of restaurant/bar life, I would cook and bake and my friends would always ask why I haven't started my own business doing just that.  I loved it and finally, one day, I did it.   I used a long-time nickname,  had some help from two great friends with the logo, and I started baking as a part time job out of my home.  It quickly grew and before I knew it, I was getting up at 4 a.m to bake before going to work my full time job! It was then that I decided that it was something I wanted to pursue further, and with that came the emergence of Trixies Truck!  2016 marks my 4th year as a "food trucker" and I am proud to be a pioneer to the food truck industry in the Lehigh Valley. It has certainly been one wild ride! And now, nearly 5 years later, I have expanded with Trixie's Oven Lovin', which is about to open the doors in early spring in downtown Easton.  I look forward to seeing you there or at one of my stops with the truck!  I hope you enjoy eating my creations as much as I enjoy making them for you! 

                                                                Have a sweet day! 
                                                       
     Trixie
Greater Lehigh Valley Mobile Food Alliance 
Co-founder and President 
Tracey Mathews and the rest of the GLVMFA Board members have been busy meeting with venues planning events to make this summer all about food trucks with a special food truck festival series!  They have also been going to the cities in hopes of working together to make necessary changes to the outdated ordinances that exist prohibiting the food trucks from vending in the downtown areas where the majority of foot traffic exists. They are working with the Institute for Justice, a civil liberties law firm  out of Washington, D.C. and look forward to seeing their efforts come to fruition sometime in the near future! 
The GLVMFA is a non-profit organization whose mission statement is to support and promote the growth of the mobile food industry in the Greater Lehigh Valley. GLVMFA provides a strong communal voice and shared resources to support the mobile food operators of the Greater Lehigh Valley. To become a member or if you are a food truck supporter and want to join our cause go to:   www.GLVmobilefood.org

Recognition and Awards

  1. Top 5 Bakeries of LV
    Top 5 Bakeries of LV
    Discover Lehigh Valley's choice of the top 5 Bakeries in the Lehigh Valley chose Trixie's Treats as #2 in 2014!
  2. Best Cupcake
    Best Cupcake
    PA Baconfest 2015 Judge's Choice Best Cupcake Winner: Salted Caramel with Candied Bacon!
  3. Best Dessert
    Best Dessert
    March of Dimes Signature Chef Winner of J.Scherlein Award for Best Dessert & People's Choice Best Dessert 2013 & 2015!
  4. LV Happening List
    LV Happening List
    2014 Winner Best Pastry 2015 Runner Up Best Pastry 2016 Winner Best Cupcakes 2016 Runner Up Best Food Truck

Artsquest Cupcake Bowl 

 
2014 People's Choice Runner Up
Salted Caramel Pretzel 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2013 Winner Judge's Choice Best
Overall Cupcake 
Banana Cream Pie 
 
 
 
 
 
2012 Winner Best Decoration
Banana Fluffer Nutter

In the News

Full of Crepe and Trixie's Treats owners to open new eatery in Easton

Download
First Day Out with the Truck
Review from Rick Michaels on 99.9 The Hawk
February 4, 2013 

Trixie is a proud supporter of the following organizations for the past 3 years...