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    Junior Member luey0202's Avatar
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    I tried to put this in the receipes section, but that didn't come up // anyway do any of you have any simple but good and looks nice to make to take to bake sales???

    thanks

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    Make brownies in mini muffin pans.

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    Heard of Potato Candy???? On www.allrecipes.com

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    No bake cookies. Dont really look good, but easy and always a fave!

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    I have tried making brownie bites, have the pan to make them but everything I've tried them they always get to done on the outside.... so I've given up on them... should I be doing something different with them, just a regular brownie mix -- what do you think?

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    Chocolate chip cookies are always the #1 seller.
    Make a bundt cake and cut it in half...half on each plate...
    Brownies from a box mix always sell around here...
    Bake a pie...can be a frozen one and just bake it.

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    Make Bachelor Fudge

    Mix well together:
    1 box powedered sugar
    1 8oz package soften cream cheese

    Melt:
    One 12oz package of chocolate chips in microwave till melted

    and then pour all of it into the powdered sugar/cream cheese mixture.

    Spread on cookie sheet and when hardened cut into bite size pieces.

    You can use any flavor chocolate chips you want.

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    How about cupcakes baked in ice cream cones and frosted when cool? Fill cones about 2/3 full to get a nice "crown". Or cookies baked on popsicle sticks. Then wrap like lollipops.

    Sue

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    Despite the simplicity ... rice krispie squares are always a big hit! :)

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    Chocolate Chip Cookies, No Bake Cookies, Snickerdoodles,

    mini muffins, cake pops

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    all sound good, thank you

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    Ice cream cone cupcakes. I used to do lots of bakesales for cubscouts and these sold FAST! Easy to handle and very attractive for the kids.

    OOPS someone beat me to it lol

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    Breads, sell very well, cookies, jams /jellies and candy. Mine are Banana Bread, Chocolate chip cookies, Apple Bread, this all sell well at our bake sale.

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    Try my (Joanne Fluke's) Mini Cheeseburger Cookies on the recipe part of this forum. They are darling and instantly grabbed by kids and men. 2 or 4 of them on a piece of foil covered cardboard, covered with plastic wrap folded beneath it will make a good show.

    I'm working on getting "French Fries' to go with them. No good recipe yet but will share it when I think it's a good one.

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    Very Moist Chocolate Cake...one box chocolate cake mix....one can cherry pie filling....3 eggs.....beat together. Grease a 9 x 13 inch pan. Pour in cake batter. Top with cinnamon/sugar mixture and sprinkle with coconut. Bake at 350 for about 45 minutes or until center of cake bounces back when pressed. This ia always a hit with the men.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Try my (Joanne Fluke's) Mini Cheeseburger Cookies on the recipe part of this forum. They are darling and instantly grabbed by kids and men. 2 or 4 of them on a piece of foil covered cardboard, covered with plastic wrap folded beneath it will make a good show.

    I'm working on getting "French Fries' to go with them. No good recipe yet but will share it when I think it's a good one.
    How about a Shortbread? ... bake it as one large piece and cut in sticks while hot!

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    cheese scones/ cheese straws/ shortbread.

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    how about mini canning jars filled with the powdered milk hot choc. mixture and label with ingred and directions. tie a fun ribbon around jar.. or pack in small Zip Loc bags and label..mixture makes a large batch so you would get many jars or packets from one batch...

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    Nice ideas, how about peanut butter cookies and you can also do peanut blossoms, they have a hershey kiss on them

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    Oreo Cookie Balls! Here's the link for my recipe:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-80479-1.htm

    :D

    Also, cake pops! Here's the recipe and pic:

    http://www.cakepopcrush.com/cake-pop.../oreo-cake-pop

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    My Mom guarded her recipe for this until a few years ago...she's 89! :P
    :lol:
    Quote Originally Posted by luv-e
    Heard of Potato Candy???? On www.allrecipes.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Try my (Joanne Fluke's) Mini Cheeseburger Cookies on the recipe part of this forum. They are darling and instantly grabbed by kids and men. 2 or 4 of them on a piece of foil covered cardboard, covered with plastic wrap folded beneath it will make a good show.

    I'm working on getting "French Fries' to go with them. No good recipe yet but will share it when I think it's a good one.
    For the fries, how about parallel cuts across large sugar or peanut butter cookies? The sugar would look like salt. :)(Scant 1/4 inch cut of course, te-he :lol:.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4L
    how about mini canning jars filled with the powdered milk hot choc. mixture and label with ingred and directions. tie a fun ribbon around jar.. or pack in small Zip Loc bags and label..mixture makes a large batch so you would get many jars or packets from one batch...
    or try the canning jars with all the cookie dry ingredients in it with the recipe attached. I have a book with many recipes in it. Probably could find some online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olmphoto2
    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Try my (Joanne Fluke's) Mini Cheeseburger Cookies on the recipe part of this forum. They are darling and instantly grabbed by kids and men. 2 or 4 of them on a piece of foil covered cardboard, covered with plastic wrap folded beneath it will make a good show.

    I'm working on getting "French Fries' to go with them. No good recipe yet but will share it when I think it's a good one.
    For the fries, how about parallel cuts across large sugar or peanut butter cookies? The sugar would look like salt. :)(Scant 1/4 inch cut of course, te-he :lol:.)
    fun idea!

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    I have a recipe that takes regular style pretzels (about 1" size) placed on foil lined cookie sheet. Put a Rolo candy on the pretzel. Bake for 5 min at 250 degrees. Take out of oven and put pecan half on top of rolo and press down. These are a big hit at Christmas. Put 8-10 in a snack size ziploc.

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