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How to Have a Fabulous Bake Sale

4. Establish pricing and payment system before hand. You need to make things as easy as possible for you and the customers. Come up with three to four price points ($1, $3, $6) and ask bakers to bake and package their items based on these categories (e.g. one big individual cookie for $3, a small fruit pie for $6.). The morning of the bake sale, we set up tables and designated each one with a price, and all items with that price went on the table. It made for fast set up – no need to stick…


A little ladder like this would be so perfect to have around - great for parties, bake sales, etc.!! Need to go antiquing soon :)


Sweet Pea Bakery - love the name, love the display, and love the food.....this would be a great idea for farmer's market. The huge glass cookie jars with the huge cookies look so tempting. I bet you would sell a lot!

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Selling Baked Goods at the Farmer's Market

Everyones seen those pins and posts about using cups to serve cupcakes at bake sales, etc and Ive never been able to get it to work because once you ge the cupcake in you cant get it out without a handful or icing and making it look gross. Check this out!! Such a better idea! | FOODIEZ-eatzFOODIEZ-eatz

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Top Bake Sale Item -Pretzel Hugs

I am always on the hunt for the least expensive and quick yummy treat for my bake sales that have the presentation of "Wowza" and this is one of them. The Pretzel Hug is a 5 minute make.


Is there anything more American than a good old fashioned bake sale? Proceeds could go to Horizon of Hope.