As if sweet and savoury baked treats don't taste good enough as it is, they can taste even better if you're eating them for a good cause.
Dubliners will get an opportunity to do just that later this week as Cuisine de France puts on Le Petite Boulangerie, a pop-up bakery which will aim to raise funds for Crumlin Children's Hospital this Christmas.
You can lick your screen now BUT don't forget to visit the Pop-Up Cafè by @CDFIreland opening next Thursday the 13th on Drury Street #dublin in aid of @CMRF_Crumlin! And now, pardonne moi, but I have just a few Christmas baked goods waiting for me ????????????#joyeuxnoel #Christmas pic.twitter.com/m886pgcERg
— Veruska Anconitano (@LaCuochina) December 6, 2018
The bakery will be located at 30 Drury Street with all pastries costing just €1.50. Doors will be open on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8am until 3pm with all proceeds going to CMRF Crumlin, providing vital funds for Our Lady's Children's Hospital and the National Children's Research Centre.
Visitors to La Petite Boulangerie can expect delicious sweet and savoury creations, including festive favourites such as the Brandy Mince Puff and the mouthwatering cinnamon swirl pastry.
Speaking about the event, Sarah Joyce of CMRF Crumlin, said: “CMRF Crumlin was delighted to partner with Cuisine de France on their fantastic pop-up cafe. The money raised allows CMRF Crumlin to support the 150,000 children that visit Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin every year."
What better way to satisfy your sweet tooth than to help thousands of children in need? More information on the work of CMRF Crumlin can be found here.