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Great American Red Velvet Cupcakes
Taste the perfect confectionery combination of "Classic" with "Classy" in this delicious red velvet cupcake.
Bake Sale Tip: To make cupcakes easy to carry, place a wide-mouthed plastic cup upside down over the top of the cupcake. You can also use tops or bottoms of small shirt boxes as carrying trays. The more they can carry, the better the sales!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles
These rich truffles are a cookie dough lovers delight! They are made with egg-substitute, making them safe to eat or ideal for those with allergies.
Bake Sale Tip: Baked goods cleverly wrapped and packaged with bright ribbons or stickers, or that are easy to transport, will encourage people to buy as gifts or for a treat later on.
Lemon Sunshine Cookies
Brighten up any bake sale with these clever cookies bursting with flavor.
Bake Sale Tip: You'll want to insert the craft stick into cookies when they are just out of the oven. Then use floral foam as a base to easily display the cookies at the bake sale.
Recipe: Lemon Sunshine Cookies
Having a bake sale but want to avoid turning on the oven? Then this taffy is the way to go!
Bake Sale Tip: Yes, bake sales should sell baked goods, but offering homemade candies or beverages give customers more options. And sell small cookies or candies as a bunch for a better price point.
Oatmeal Chocolate Covered Raisin Monster Cookies
These cookies may have a monster of a name, but they have a taste to match!
Bake Sale Tip: Provide undecorated cookies along with bags of multi-colored icing, sprinkles and various candies. Or you can wrap large cookies with cling wrap and let customers make their own monsters come to life with papers, yarn and eyeball stickers.
Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
A rich peanut-buttery and delicious cookie that will keep the gluten-free crowd coming back for more.
Bake Sale Tip: Turn simple brown bags into fun, surprised-filled treats to sell at your bake sale. Fill each bag with a variety of cookies; you can also include inexpensive trinkets like stickers or small toys.
Recipe: Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies
Apple Shortbread Bars and Cups
A guaranteed bake sale hit -- this easy recipe will make either bars or little cups of an apple dessert so good, you'll eat a pie-full!
Bake Sale Tip: Low-cost attention getters like balloons, streamers, big brightly painted signs and music will draw interest to your bake sale. And don't forget to label all of your baked goods with the recipe name and price to make decision making easy for your customers.
Recipe: Apple Shortbread Bars and Cups
Carrot Cake Mini Loaves
Freshly baked mini loaves are great sellers at bake sales. Easy to bake and delicious with a warm cup of tea!
Bake Sale Tip: For an additional way to raise money at your bake sale, set up a coffee and tea station and place a donation jar next to it for loose change. If you are raising funds for a cause or group, be sure to prominently display information about how sales will benefit that organization.
Recipe: Carrot Cake Mini Loaves
Brown Sugar Brownies
You can't have a bake sale without brownies! Make these moist chocolate favorites and then watch them disappear.
Bake Sale Tip: Pricing baked goods can vary depending on your community, where you set up and who your customers will be. Try keeping your prices similar to any other bakes sales you have been to in the community.
Recipe: Brown Sugar Brownies
Chocolate Covered Crinkle Cookies
A hint of strong coffee intensifies the chocolate flavor of these yummy cookies.
Bake Sale Tip: Fill Chinese food takeout containers with cookies, candies or truffles for a quick grab-n-go at your bake sale. Also, use clear plastic bags in which you can stack cookies, then tie up with a cute ribbon.