Let’s Swap Holiday Recipes

We’re meeting at Breads on Oak Cafe for some sweet treats and recipe ideas.

Breads on Oak is a really cute place that I love because there is an intimate atmosphere with many yummy baked treats to eat. There are also many lunch options but I have such a sweet tooth.

Anyways, everything is so good that you’ll forget it is all dairy and meat free.

So let’s come together, plan our holiday menus and be merry.

RSVP HERE so I know you’re coming.

And check out the menu HERE.



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