I want to display my cake balls at my local farmer's market...how can I display them to put their best faces forward so-to-speak? Anyone do this and how do you do it?? Thanks!
On a stick? Like cake pops, and covered with a cellophane wrap.
I put mine in mini cupcake wrappers-the white liner with the silver holder thingy on the outside. I then place each one in a small bag and stapled it shut. When I sold one I would have the customer the ingredient list.
The bag (covering) and ingredient list are required for the cottage industry in my state.
I have the wrapped in different foils depending on flavor. And just hand the customer the ingrediant list as well
I was thinking "display rack" rather than packaging. Is that what you asked?
Any 2 by4 ($2-3), in any base (X wood shape, sand pot, etc). Drill holes at a angle, measuring to be equal distance apart, and paint it a bright color. Pops stick in, and display can be full. Customers can take from display, or ask for flavors...
Wrapping and packaging ides cute as posted here above...
oh if that was what you are asking, I dont display mine, I keep them in a mini fridge. And i have samples displayed and i keep one full size out to show
I was wondering about this, too. I hadn't thought to hand people the ingredients sheet instead of having to have everything packaged up and labeled beforehand. This will let people pick what they want, and they can have a variety if they'd like in one package.
Thanks for the tip!