– NOURISH your body & NURTURE your soul –
Host a SUPPER SOCIAL
And raise funds for Menopause and Cancer!
Here is what you can expect from hosting and joining and utterly fabulous, tasty, educational and fun Supper Social:
A healthy, fun and social way to fundraise
At Menopause And Cancer we are all about helping you find solutions to your symptoms and ideas to improve your health. And of course, community is at the heart of everything we do.
Our Supper Social Fundraisers tick all of these boxes!
HOW IT WORKS:
1: Set a date & Invite your friends
2: Pick from our nutritionist-approved healthy recipes – from brunch ideas to snacks and healthy one-pot dinners we have you covered & buy the ingredients
3: Prep and cook WITH (not for!) your friends and then ENJOY your fabulous dishes together
4: Raise vital funds to help us support more people & share your food pics with us
BONUS: Have a laugh doing the “true or false” questions on the recipe cards and learning from our nutritionist’s tips about ingredients!
This is a FUN experience that will leave you all with oodles of inspiration for healthy recipes and will full hearts and tummy’s. PLUS, you will raise money for a good cause.
How do I donate money from the Supper Social?
You can sign up to create a fundraising page HERE or simply host the event and then donate all proceeds HERE.
We suggest you aim for a minimum of £100 donation per Supper Social event – this will help us create vital resources specifically for those affected by menopause after a cancer diagnosis.
Issey, 54, post ovarian cancer and in surgical menopause hosted a Supper Social and said: “This was THE BEST brunch get together possible. My friends came and we had so much fun cooking up a storm. We made energy balls, chocolate brownies and a really healthy salad. And everything was so easy to make. One of my friends has already set a date for the ext one. We’re gonna do it again!!”
Download Our Recipes
Raspberry Linzer Christmas Cookies
- 310 g / 2 1/3 cups flour
- 1 egg
- 220 g / 1 cup butter
- 1 tablespoon vanilla sugar
- Lemon Zest of 1 lemon
- 110 g / 3/4 cup icing sugar
- Raspberry Jam
Cookie Cutter: You can purchase a traditional Linzer Cookie cutter; however this isn’t essential just make sure you have one large cutter and a smaller cutter for the middle. I’ve used a round one this time, but you could use a star shape for Christmas.
Black Bean Chocolate Brownies
- 1 can of black beans, washed and drained (believe it or not, this will act as your flour)
- 2 eggs
- 3 tbs coconut oil, melted
- 45g raw cacao powder
- 120g of maple syrup
- Vanilla extract (optional) 2 tsp
- a pinch of salt
Note: If you want your brownies to become a little more fluffy, cake-like, then add 1 tsp of baking powder. If you’d like them more fudge-like, don’t use the baking powder.