Get your Christmas bake on for Rainbow Trust

Get your Christmas bake on for Rainbow Trust

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Get your Christmas bake on for Rainbow Trust image

Date published: 15 December 2015 by Anna Jackson

Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain donates a Christmas recipe to Rainbow Trust.

Christmas can be a wonderfully happy occasion but this year thousands of families will be spending their festive season in hospital or at home caring for their seriously ill child. Great British Bake Off winner 2015, Nadiya Hussain, is supporting Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity to help families caring for a child with a life threatening or terminal illness this Christmas.

Lending her support, Nadiya has donated her favourite Christmas recipe to the charity so that families can create precious memories by baking together while making a donation to Rainbow Trust to help fund more time with families over Christmas.

“I am delighted to be supporting Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity this Christmas by sharing one of my own favourite recipes which I hope families across the country will enjoy baking with their children, making memories to cherish over the festive season.” Nadiya

Nadiya’s recipe for a Christmas white chocolate tray bake is simple to follow and Rainbow Trust hopes the recipe will encourage families all over the country to get baking and to think about families for whom Christmas may not be such a happy time of year. The recipe can be found here.

Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity will be supporting many families over the Christmas period, ensuring they get the support they need to help make life just that little bit easier. It might be allowing mum a break to do some Christmas shopping, creating special memories with siblings and sick children by visiting Santa, baking Christmas goodies or simply being there to listen and support during the difficult days.

To find out more about Rainbow Trust and to make a donation to help families this Christmas click here, call 01372 363438 or text RAINBOW to 70111 to donate £3 plus your standard network rate.

Photo credit: The Telegaph