Thursday, December 11, 2008

Bake Sale Update Preparation

O.K. preparations for a Bake Sale is a lot of work. First thanks to all of you for your encouraging words, to keep going in my business venture. Also again thank you to all for wishing me the best on doing well with the bake sale.

I have been pretty busy preparing for this bake sale extravaganza. I expect and hope that a lot of people will be coming. I've passed out many flyers and told anybody I could think of. I've also used the advice that Lulu from "A Tale Of Two Sisters" ( gave me on Marketing my products more. Thanks Lulu, appreciate it girlfriend. Looks like it worked well to. Here are some pictures of what I wll be selling at my bake sale along with some of my home made products. My natural-chemical free soap, some earrings & charm bracelets I made. I also designed some tote bags. I hope that becomes a big seller.
I made some "Whoopie Pies",

Peanut Butter Cookies,

Christmas Cupcakes, which I think is going to sell really well. These really put you in the Christmas Spirit.

Snowball Cookies, is a recipe I got from a recipe book. I tweaked the recipe a little and made it my own. They are really good. There made with of course butter, all purpose flour, chopped walnuts and you roll them into bite size balls. When there cooled off, you roll the in powdered sugar. I like to add milk chocolate chips in them, and they taste great. Sometimes I experiment on them and roll them in cinnamon & powdered sugar. When I do that, I get sort of a spice ball cookie. Fun isn't it? Can you tell I love baking?

Last but not certainly not in the American least, chocolate chip cookies. Who doesn't love chocolate chip cookies? This is an all-time favorite for everybody. I will be selling a lot of these. another thing that's festive to do for Christmas is add baking M & M chips. Some of you probably have tried that. It makes the cookie so colorful and fun.

I really hope I do well, and I will post about my progress. In the meantime, I'm back to preparing, baking, and producing attractive jewelry to sell. It's such a fun thing to do around the Holidays.
By the way, what are ya'll baking up for Christmas? and...Is anyone giving any baked goods away as a Christmas present? Tell me about it.
In the meantime, Happy Holidays!!!
Have fun during your holiday season.
Treasure Ann


Bridget said...

I've always wanted to make whoopie pies, but never have. Yours look so good! I agree with you...everybody likes chocolate chip cookies!!! They are my favorite! :)

Treasure Ann said...

The whoopie pies are pretty easy. I almost ate most of them right after they came out of the oven.
I also like chocolate chip cookies with pecan or walnut in them.

adozeneggs said...

Hi Harriett, Hope your bake sale was a success!
You won a runner up prize in the Holiday Trivia Contest.
I can't find your mailing address, can you email it to me so I can get your cookies out to you this week.

Treasure Ann said...

OMG, yes of course Laura, I can't believe it. Thank you, thank you.