- Pick a day that suits the majorty of your workplace will be around for. Try to avoid mondays and aim for wednesday - friday.
- Put up posters and send an email reminder to create a buzz about your bake sale.
- Provide cutlery, plates and napkins.
- Provide both sweet and savoury goodies. Sausage rolls go down a storm.
- Track down your work place's amateur Mary Berrys' to take part, try and make sure people arent doubling up on treats.
- Make sure your table is sturdy enough to hold the weight of all your tasty treats.
- Have suggested donation price tags next to every bake.
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get our collection boxes.
Remeber to clearly note ingredients and allergens next to each bake
Lemon Drizzle Cake
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
- 225g unsalted butter, softend- plus a little extra for greasing
- 225g caster sugar
- 4 eggs
- 225g self-raising flour
- 1 unwaxed lemon, zest and juice
- 85g icing sugar
- Preheat the oven to 170C/150C/Gas 3 1/2. Grease a 900g loaf tin with a little butter and line with baking paper.
- Tip the remaining butter and sugar into a bowl and mix. Add one egg at a time, blending after each addition. Add the flour and lemon zest and blend until smooth.
- Pour the batter into the lined baking tin, flatten the top with the back of a spoon and bake for 40 minutes.
- Meanwhile, stir together the lemon juice and icing sugar. When the cake has cooled a little, poke holes in the top and drizzle over the icing. Slice and enjoy!
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how we helped Manal* and Fatima*
Manal, 18, and her sister Fatima, 12, live in Sennar state, Sudan. Manal finished school in February 2019 and now helps her family at home with cooking and cleaning. Fatima is still in school and wants to be a teacher to educate others in the future.
Manal and Fatima came to a Save the Children-supported vaccination site to be vaccinated against cholera after hearing the community announcement about the campaign. They wanted to be protected from the disease, especially if another outbreak occurs in the future.
"We came here today [to get vaccinated] to protect ourselves from cholera. If cholera comes again we’ll be ready for it." - Manal, 18, Sudan
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