Need Idea For A Bake Sale

Decorating By Rookie68 Updated 28 Apr 2005 , 7:39pm by Lisa

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Rookie68 Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 5:29pm
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I am new to your forum and have been lurking around for awhile trying to take in all the ideas and suggestions from others. This site is awesome!!

I need a suggestion on what to make for a bake sale. They are trying to raise money for a Breast Cancer awareness walk and I want to make something great for the cause that will generate some additional funds. thumbs_up.gif

Any thoughts or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!


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SPQ_Stefi_B Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 5:34pm
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Depending on whether you have enough time, I have seen online a cookie cutter of the awareness ribbon. You could ice it pink.

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cakeconfections Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 5:41pm
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or you could do cupcakes and cookies, even petit fours with a hand drawn pink ribbon on them.

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Kam Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 5:48pm
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If you go to they have a lot of ideas for cute cupcakes!

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Loucinda Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 6:30pm
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I have made "whoopie pies" for bake sales, and they are good sellers. You wrap them in saran wrap after you make them, so they're already packaged and ready to sell!

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m0use Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 6:40pm
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Or you could make several single layer 6" cakes, ice them smooth with white icing and then make pink ribbons with a ribbon tip.
I bake some 6" cakes for a bake sale for a fundraiser associated with work. They are posted on this site, click on the photos button on the bottom of my reply.

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Lisa Posted 28 Apr 2005 , 7:39pm
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Welcome Peggy! In the Cake Mix Doctor book is a recipe for Cookie Pops that I think would be great for a bake sale. They're real easy to make and taste great. You could wrap them in cellophane tied with a pink ribbon.

I made these for Christmas one year. I rolled each cookie in red and green jimmies before flattening them onto the cookie sheet. I also put a sugar decor in the center of each one. When they cooled, I painted the backs with melted chocolate and pushed some of the backs into crushed nuts before the chocolate hardened. They looked great.

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