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Do you like to make Baked Goods?

From: Rebekah
Sent on: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 8:30 PM

Hi Everyone!

Each year at PUGkin we hold a bake sale along with the contest. I realized today that I didn't solicit donations to that bake sale from our club! I know in the past we have had some amazing bakers bring some delicious items to the bake sale!

If you love to bake, will be at PUGkin and want to donate an item, or two or 20, let me know! The only restriction is that it must be wrapped (individually or packaged in bunches) and must include all allergy information. So if you make a Pecan Pie (using store bought pecans)- you might have this as your list of allergies:

Pecan Pie

Allergy Information: Contains Pecans (manufactured in a plant that processes peanuts), milk, eggs, wheat

All of your allergy information is listed on the packaging of what you are using. Generally nuts, chocolate, granolas, and some graham have the "processed in a plant that manufactures peanuts." That is an important notice since peanuts are generally a lethal allergy in tiny amounts.


If you are interested in helping out, send me an email with who you are and what you want to bring!




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