Hello! My name is Adelaide Cowden and I am selling homemade bread to raise money for children with rare and undiagnosed diseases. Donating on my page will directly support and impact the lives of these children.
I am helping to raise money for these children and their families by baking and selling homemade bread. If you would like to order your own loaf of homemade artisan bread and cinnamon butter, please fill out this FORM.
I am a sophomore at Regents School of Austin, and this year I have the opportunity to serve as a CC4C (Cheyanna’s Champions for Children) Teen Advocate! The CC4C mission is to enhance the quality of life for children in Texas with rare and undiagnosed conditions. All funds raised will support financial assistance, mental health and well-being, and programs for all CC4C families.
Also, please email me at email@example.com if you are interested in signing up for a bread making class that will be hosted in my home! Dates are yet to be determined. Participants will learn how to prepare your very own bread in just minutes each day, and you will take home your own dough, container, and recipe as well!
Artisan Bread will stay fresh for several days-up to one week in an airtight container IF it lasts that long. Enjoy your bread as:
★After school snack
★Baked Brie Dip:
3 wedges of brie, cut into large cubes
½ cup butter
1 Tbsp minced garlic
Hollow out bread—save pieces for serving—and fill with brie, butter and garlic.
Run in oven until cheese is melted, stirring occasionally.
To learn more about the CC4C organization or the teen advocate program, you may visit cc4c.org or teen-advocates.