One of the most incredibly satisfying parts of my work this year has been a collaboration with the wonderfully creative founder of Silver Envelope, Raana Smith. She’s brilliant, has an eye for design and is a really nice person- and that’s what made this project so special. Raana and I worked together to combine our interests in food, beautiful packaging and sharing the true meaning of Islam, Ramadan, Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha with those who may want to learn more about it…in the sweetest way possible.
The Sweet Dawah Cupcake & Cookie Kits are ready for you to assemble and pass around to neighbors, friends, colleagues, classmates or simply anyone you’d like to share information with plus a little dessert. Each kit comes with a fold out card that explains a particular topic: Ramadan, Eid ul Fitr, Islam, or Eid ul Adha, so they are perfect for grabbing a box on the said occasion or topic and filling them with your favorite cookie or cupcake- or you can use my recipe for Chocolate Cupcakes with Creamy Coffee Frosting or Orange Zest Sugar Cookiethat comes inside of each box.
There is even ribbon and a cupcake holder to help keep the precious sweets stable in transport. Everything you need to make the cutest, most adorable package together is all in one box.
And the best part is that you don’t have to struggle with words or fumble around with craft paper and scissors to figure out how to best describe the occasions, since that is already included in the card. We hope you and those you give them to will enjoy them as much as we enjoyed creating them.
Purchase online at SilverEnvelope.com and soon to come on the My Halal Kitchen Shop soon, too,inshallah! Each box is $15.00 plus shipping.
To kick off Ramadan, I’m giving away one Sweet Dawah Islam Cupcake Kit and one Sweet Dawah Ramadan Cupcake Kit to two randomly selected individuals who comment on this post. Just tell me how you would use either kit during the month and all relevant comments will be entered to win. Please read our Official Giveaway Guidelines page (here) before entering, as a comment entered indicates you have read it.
Originally published in http://myhalalkitchen.com