Debbie Cronin is putting her passion for baking to good use to raise money for the RSPCA. This year she is even baking dog-friendly ‘pupcakes’.
Debbie Cronin is putting her passion for baking to good use to raise money for the RSPCA. This year she is even baking dog-friendly ‘pupcakes’. Erin Smith

Delicious cupcakes to help RSPCA

DOZENS and dozens of cupcakes will come out of Debbie Cronin's oven this weekend as she prepares for the RSPCA Cupcake Day.

Integria Healthcare employee Mrs Cronin said it was the second year she had participated in the event.

"Last year we raised $265 but we are hoping to break the $300 mark this year," she said.

"I have a rescue baby at our house and a lot of people admire the work they (RSPCA) do.

"We rescued the cat seven years ago when he was a kitten."

Mrs Cronin will be selling her cupcakes at the office on Monday.

"My daughters help me with the baking," she said.

"We do up a big batch of batter and then add the flavours.

"We have coconut, passionfruit, choc-chip and even a caramel-centred one."

Mrs Cronin will start with 10 dozen cupcakes and see if she receives any more orders from workmates.

She encouraged other people in the community to don their aprons for the cause.



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