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Thank You Taste Buds Kitchen

Filed under: Good Cookies — The Good Cookies @ 5:52 pm September 16, 2015

Tastebuds

“Ain’t no mountain high enough” was the thought process of one 4-year old baker selling his creations at a bake sale this summer. His selling strategy of shouting this quote at people walking on the street helped Taste Buds Kitchen raise $7,048.56 for childhood cancer research this summer.

Taste Buds is a kid-friendly culinary experience by day and a BYOB Adult Kitchen by night with seven locations around the country. It has been a supporter of Cookies for Kids’ Cancer since 2011 and they have raised $22,893.25 to date for childhood cancer research.

This summer they encouraged the kids in their cooking camps to host bake sales to support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer as a part of the cooking camps in New York, NY, in Southlake TX and North Anover, MA.

The students baked chocolate chip cookies, brownies, sugar cookies and oatmeal cookies for the bake sale but some of the older kids had creative control over what to bake. Some whipped up special treats like mint chocolate chip and coconut cardamom.

We want to THANK the Good Cookies at Taste Buds Kitchen for all of the hard work they do to help us end childhood cancer, the #1 disease killer of children in the U.S.

Inspired to host your own bake sale? Head to register.cookiesforkidscancer.org to find out more!

 

3 Comments »

  • Thanks, Kelly. It was A LOT of cookies but so worth. The kids at scoohl loved them! You can get the gingham boxes from my etsy shop. Just click the shop button on my right side bar.

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