These frozen strawberry-yogurt treats are dipped in white chocolate and topped off with sprinkles. Delicious things come in small packages. With a delightedly salty-sweet, crunchy pretzel crust which balances its tangy filling perfectly holding layers of pink lemonade curd and pink lemonade cheesecake, all of which is topped off with a striking pile of meringue, this dessert is nothing short of fabulous.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so get the word out there in a most delicious way. Few things catch people's attention quite like a brightly colored array of food and drinks, whether in the office, in school or at home. So for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, why not whip up a selection of pink baked goods, snacks or drinks to get everyone talking about this disease that affects one in eight women?
National Breast Cancer Awareness Month is one of our favorite causes to support. Usually, these recipes feature pink fruits strawberries, raspberries, etc. As such, these focal ingredients tend to add some zest to the dessert, which to us makes these recipes even more appropriate to honor breast cancer awareness.
Even though I wanted to. Peeling the paper away to reveal the designs after each one is baked it like magic! So I started thinking of other designs to put on these little rolled cakes! Pink Ribbons!
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and I have some pink ribbon baking ideas for you to use for your fundraisers and walks. I am sharing it again for other women everywhere who are also courageous fighters. Komen Race For The Cure walk that she does each year.
Design and share beautiful newsletters just like this one! Spread the word with an online newsletter. They're easy to make and impossible to mess up :.
This October is Breast Cancer awareness month, so why not whip up a bake to raise money. Breast Cancer Now has been funding cutting-edge breast cancer research for more than 25 years, and the money raised by Tickled Pink helps them to make this research happen. The charity's vision is that if we all act now, byeveryone who develops breast cancer will live - and live well.