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Bloggers bake to help child hunger campaign

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Oreo-stuffed chocolate chip cookies. Homemade mandelbrot. Peanut butter banana bread.

And the fun twist is that these goodies and a whole lot more are going to be made by Chicago bloggers and foodies, all for a good cause.

The fourth annual Chicago Pop Up Bake sale will be held from noon until 3 p.m. May 11 at the 900 Michigan Shops, Level 2. Among the blogs that will be providing tantalizing treats are:

Dishing Up Delights (dishingupdelights.thedailymeal.com)

Eat Your Heart Out: (eat-your-heart-out.net)

In Good Taste (ingoodtasteblog.net)

My Daily Find Chicago (mydailyfindchicago.com)

The Pink Apron (pink-apron.com)

Whipped Baking (whippedbaking.com)

During the afternoon Johanna Cook of Momma Cuisine will do demonstrations of her go-to baking techniques.
All profits from the bake sale will go to the No Kid Hungry campaign, which works to alleviate childhood hunger in the United States.

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