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Confections for Comfort
June 5-12, 2016

Join Chemo Comfort & participating bakeries in a week of celebrating
National Cancer Survivor Day, June 5-12, 2016
!

We challenged bakeries to design a treat for Confections for Comfort, our third annual sweet celebration of cancer survivorship.
Thank you for supporting Chemo Comfort and enjoy your confection!



Manhattan:

Cafe Lalo

Cafe Lalo will be offering cannoli for Confections for Comfort!
This is their third year participating and we are thrilled.

201 W. 83rd St., New York, NY
 P: 212-496-6031


Milk & Cookies Bakery

Milk & Cookies Bakery will feature whoopie pies as their confection!
19 Commerce St, New York NY 10014
P: 212-243-1640

Tribeca Treats

Tribeca Treats' sweet treat will be
purple & green heart shaped sugar cookies.

94 Reade St. New York, NY  10013
P: 212-571-0500


Brooklyn:

Buttermilk Bakeshops
(2 Brooklyn locations)

339 7th Ave (between 9th & 10th)
260 Fifth Avenue (Garfield/Carroll)
P: 347-987-3941

Buttermilk Bakeshops will have violet macarons
for their Confections for Comfort!


Du Jour Bakery

365 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn NY
P: 347-227-8953
Du Jour Bakery's confection is a purple & green cupcake!



Long Island:

The Sweet Peace
26A Atlantic Ave, Lynbrook, NY
P: 516-596-CAKE

The Sweet Peace has participated in EVERY Confections for Comfort with an amazing cupcake!


New Jersey:

Cocoa Bakery
275 Grand Street, Jersey City, NJ
P: 201-830-3430
Participating for a third year, Cocoa Bakery will feature their lemon cupcake with blueberry frosting.


Westchester County:

Bradley's Desserts & Cafe
2 Chatsworth Ave, Larchmont, NY
 P: 914-833-1095


Bradley's sweet treat is a red velvet cupcake with tricolor swirl - it is so pretty you won't want to eat it!


 
All information and advice are anecdotal. We are not medical professionals and do not dispense medical advice. Chemo Comfort comes from the founder's desire to share what she learned during her cancer experiences.





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