It seems the Great British Bake Off has turned us into a nation of bakers.
Because according to Asda a lot more customers are buying their baking equipment.
As a result they have noticed a 140% rise in the sales of their Great British Bakeware cake tins.
So why not put your baking skills to good use and hold your very own Bake Off in aid of Breast Cancer.
Breakthrough are encouraging you, your friends, family and work colleagues to get together and hold your very own Bake Off, with everyone attending making a donation to the charity.
Sian Fraser, Head Baker for Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s Great Pink Bake Off,
“We hope everyone gets involved with this year’s Great Pink Bake Off. Not only will you have a delicious time, you’ll also be raising vital money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s life-saving work”
Jane Asher, Baking expert and ambassador for Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s Great Pink Bake Off, has some tips on holding your own Bake Off,
“Simply ask your friends and family to bring their homemade treats, make a donation and decide whose bake is best. As well as having lots of fun, it’ll be satisfying to know that all the money you raise will go towards Breakthrough Breast Cancer’s vital work."
Pretty In Pink
In support of Breast Cancer Care Cuckooland have launched a new range of yummy Sweet Trees for Breast Cancer Care.
Featuring a pink ribbon 10% will be donated to the charity.
Handmade in the UK, this Marshmallow Sweet Tree is planted in mini white marshmallows, pink strawberry mushrooms and strawberry Bob Bons, sprouting strawberry marshmallows and love heart jellies
www.cuckooland.com £39.99 (Donation £3.33 ex Tax)
Asda Strawberry Viennetta, Asda Gingerbread Biscuit
Founded in 1996 by Asda Tickled Pink aims to raise awareness and money for the treatment of breast cancer in the UK.
They support Breast Cancer Campaign and Breast Cancer Care. Tickled Pink products will be available in all Asda stores and from George.com.