What We Love: Bake Sale Treats

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Quickbreads, cookies, and bars – oh my! School has started again and my daughter is in a new toddler program this year. The first event of the new school year is a bake sale, so the parents have had to get involved right away. We’ve been given a list of things that sell well, been told that nicely packaged things are the bestsellers, and been told to get to work. I turned to the world wide web for some inspiration, and I’m passing it on to you! Now get baking!

MORE: If you need inspiration on how to wrap your baked goods, check out our food gift wrap guides on How to Wrap Bread & How to Wrap Cupcakes and Muffins.

What We Love Bake Sale Treats // eatboutique.com

Triple Chocolate Vanilla Swirl Crumb Cake: One might want to make many loaves of this, as I predict it would sell quickly! {from Top With Cinnamon}

Glazed Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Bread: If you’re looking for a way to use all those apples you picked last weekend, try this easy quickbread. {from Lovely Little Kitchen}

Mango Lemon Bars: A classic with a tropical twist. {from Curried Canteloupe}

Baked Egg Boats: Eggs and pancetta are rarities at a bake sale, but I’d buy these the second I saw them, and devour them on the spot. {from Spoon Fork Bacon}

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Fig, Balsamic and Rosemary Hand Pies: As gorgeous as they are delicious! {from Local Milk}

Pantry Cookies: Super simple, the ingredients are on hand, but they’re always good. One of the recipes from Maggie’s upcoming cookbook, Food Gift Love! {from Eat Boutique}

Almond and Raspberry Croissants: Croissants can be time consuming, so this is for the truly inspired. {from Hint of Vanilla}

S’mores Fudge Bars: A nice reminder of those summer nights we’ve just left behind. {from Handle the Heat}

Photos courtesy of Heidi Murphy/White Loft Studio, Izy and Beth.

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