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    Bake Sale Bonanza

    [Cover photo by NcMysteryShopper.] Treats to go over great at bake sales, meaning they have to both taste great and LOOK enticing. Whatever you make also needs to be able to sit out for awhile without refrigeration, be easily transportable and, usually, can be displayed and sold on a disposable plate or dish. Also, check out my cookbook Greek Desserts ; I've found that Greek pastries often sell especially well at bake sales.
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    This cheesecake is tasty and makes a beautiful presentation.

    Recipe #92542

    Recipe #220060

    10 Reviews |  By Pismo

    I'm not sure what these were originally called, but the recipe came from a Pillsbury Bakeoff cookbook. These are my favorite cookies and I get requests for them all the time. They are a chocolate cookie topped with sugar and pecans and when you bite into them you get a delicious caramel surprise!

    Recipe #145507

    I get creative with this recipe and make the colors of the stripes according to the season/holiday. The recipe colors as written are "Christmasy". Prep time does NOT include time for dough to chill.

    Recipe #144597

    You'll love this super moist, rich chocolate cake (or cupcakes) made with Starbucks coffee. The coffee enhances the fudgey flavor of this dessert, but does not leave you with a coffee taste. (I'm not a big fan of coffee, but I could eat this cake all day!) This is a simple, one-bowl recipe for cooks of all skill levels.

    Recipe #168114

    I make this pizza for family reunions, and everyone loves it. I never bring home any left overs. My friend got me hooked on making these wonderful fresh fruit ideas and this one was the best.

    Recipe #63357

    Everyone asks for this recipe. The white chocolate adds a surprise sweetness to these blueberry scones. I have also substituted cranberries for the blueberries on occasion and they are great as well. Depending on your oven, you may want to broil for the last minute to ensure that the tops are golden brown.

    Recipe #41272

    Wow! The first time I tasted this cake I knew it would be a hit. Don't let the long ingredient list dissuade you, it includes the frosting. Easy as pie, you start with a mix, and it really does taste better the next day. The cooked frosting is scrumptious, it is not too sweet and is just the right texture.

    Recipe #147134

    These used to be served at the Jordon Marsh department stores(now Macy's). On our shopping trips, my sister and I always made sure we stopped at their restaurant and had one of these blueberry muffins with a cup of coffee...they are delicious!

    Recipe #26756

    The texture is very chewy rather than cake-like. The almond and chocolate flavors blend well. Nowadays I melt the chocolate & butter in the microwave.

    Recipe #89244

    These cookies are a staple in my family. They are so simple, yet so incredibly wonderful. This recipe has been passed down from my great-grandmother. I've listed here the original recipe from my Nonna and great Aunt, as it was given to my mother. It can easily be cut in half, or in fourths. Obviously the full recipe makes ALOT OF COOKIES!! My mom has been known to actually make the full batch, especially for Christmas. Besides the traditional "knot" shape, the cookie dough can be rolled out and cut with cookie cutters. Pumpkins, Autumn leaves, Christmas trees, stars, and Easter eggs are but a few of the shapes we like to make these in. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does. (Prep time includes dough resting time, and cooking time includes glaze drying time)

    Recipe #63753

    30 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I was looking for something to do with a strawberry cake mix that I had hanging around. I found these in a cookbook, Quick Fixes with Cake Mixes. As the into says "if you like cheescake or pastries with cheese filling, you'll really like these..."

    Recipe #130223

    161 Reviews |  By DebM

    This is a awesome Blueberry muffin recipe. Double it to make large muffins. I sometimes add cinnamon to the batter.

    Recipe #51997

    30 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    This recipe comes from Key Lime Cookin' by Joyce LaFray. Key limes are smaller and sweeter than regular limes. If you can't find key limes or key lime juice you may sub regular limes.

    Recipe #119258

    I can still remember the first time I had one of these cookies at a church picnic as a kid...MMmmm. I've loved them ever since. Easy to make and always popular. A classic!

    Recipe #4571

    Recipe #80607

    65 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    Delicious Italian Biscotti recipe that tastes like a cup of fresh cappuccino. Great as a Christmas gift too. Just wrap a biscotto in cellophane and tie with a bow.

    Recipe #40395

    The secret to these cookies is baking them at a low temperature.They are dense like a scone, with a cake-like inside. Recipe from "The Market" in Denver. My teenaged son LOVES these! Tip: I flatten the cookies slightly with a greased bottom of a measuring cup, about halfway through baking, which produces a flatter cookie.

    Recipe #113637

    Gooey late night snack or good dessert. Kid love it, it is easy for them to pull apart

    Recipe #10358

    Call these cookies whatever you want but there are very small differences... This recipe was given to me by my Slovakian MIL... I must admit that I bought some of the fillings premade one year but I usually make my own. ... but they are delicious anyway... Check the Jewish or International section of your grocery store for premade.. The brand name is SOLO.... This will take several hours to prepare and cook... You can cut the dough recipe in half or quarter if you wish to make less.

    Recipe #81373

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