This is a sponsored post. All opinions are my own.
If you have any sort of social life (or a child with one) you’re likely asked to bring a side dish or dessert to everything from class parties to Thanksgiving dinner. While I love to feed people delicious, homemade comfort food, I don’t always enjoy the process of making it, especially if I’m short on time. Sure, I could purchase something from the grocery store, but since food is my love language, I really prefer to provide homemade goodies. That’s why Butter Braid® pastries are my new BFFs!
I brought a blueberry cream cheese Butter Braid® pastry to a small group meeting and it was devoured before I could even think about bringing home the leftovers for my family to try. Everyone thought I’d made it from scratch and while it was tempting to let them think that, I confessed that the Butter Braid® pastry they all enjoyed was as simple to make as preheating my oven.
Fortunately, I was provided with plenty of Butter Braid® pastries to choose from so I baked up the cherry flavor next and kept this one all to ourselves.
Butter Braid® pastries have saved me a lot of time and effort over the last month and I imagine they’ll save me even more once school starts.
So how do you get your hands on some Butter Braid® pastries? Contact your local Butter Braid® pastry dealer to book a fundraiser today!
Fundraising doesn’t have to be difficult when you have a great product that sells itself, like the Butter Braid® pastry:
- High-quality product with an excellent reputation means simple and repeat sales for your organization
- Fundraising with Butter Braid® pastries gives you a high per-item profit (40-45%)
- Quick turnaround time
- Local company representations
- Butter Braid® pastries are not sold in stores
Since 1991, the Butter Braid® brand has helped groups raise over 245 million to better kids, schools and communities.
I love that a Butter Braid® pastry fits right into my favorite potluck container.
I bring it to events wrapped in a tea towel then put the icing on once I get there.
Next, I’m going to bake the Four Cheese & Herb flavor for a yummy, savory side dish at a monthly potluck I attend. Which flavor would you like to try?