How Much Would You Charge?

Decorating By flawless1 Updated 12 Nov 2015 , 10:46am by -K8memphis

flawless1 Posted 5 Nov 2015 , 2:47pm
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How much would you charge to make 30 of these cookies?



9 replies
ropalma Posted 5 Nov 2015 , 3:21pm
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 You have to figure out how long will it take you to make them and how much you want to get paid per hour for your time.  Then the cost of the materials.   Once you figure out this cost then divide it by the 30 cookies.  But I would think at a minimum $2.00 to $2.50 per cookie.

flawless1 Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 12:41am
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Thanks ropalma

Cakemom21 Posted 6 Nov 2015 , 6:26pm
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I would charge $70 for 30 of them.

flawless1 Posted 10 Nov 2015 , 1:23am
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Thanks julia1812and Cakemom21

Shockolata Posted 10 Nov 2015 , 8:29pm
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They are a very simple cookie to make. Should not cost a lot as the same cutter is used for the biscuit and the fondant and then they've put dots of fondant on top. There is no royal icing, no waiting for the icing to dry. I'd charge $1.50 each.

Cakemom21 Posted 11 Nov 2015 , 9:17pm
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Let's just say when I use to bake and sell cookies 8 years ago, I charged $2.00 a cookie. At $1.50 I would be giving them away. I live in Southern California, so prices are somewhat higher than other areas. Shockolata- where are you at?

bakernoob Posted 12 Nov 2015 , 1:41am
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I would expect to pay about $2 for them or $3 at the most. I don't sell so that's what I would think I'd be charged :-)

-K8memphis Posted 12 Nov 2015 , 10:46am
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that looks like a pretty big hunk of cookie $4 each is not out of the question unless you reduce the size

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