What would YOU want to see at a bake sale?

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@black_cat - I will send a message over with links and such to the recipes! Also, the royal icing thickness will be determined by how much powdered sugar (confectioner's sugar) you use. The more, the thicker. The less, the runnier. I start with a thicker batch for the outside of the cookie and the border lines, then to fill it in I use a thinner mix and I use a toothpick to help spread it out and pop any little air bubbles.
Hey @HomesteaderWife
Could I have the recipes too? They sound really delicious!
 

Marie2020

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Don't worry, no hard chocolate chip cookies to be found here. Only soft ones allowed! We do have a very good lemon bar recipe! I'll add that to the list! I can also probably do oatmeal raisin cookies.
Lemon bar?
 

HomesteaderWife

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Oh another tip, look into regulations regarding the sale of baked goods. Around here, we have requirements in our "Cottage Food Law" about things like "A small business owner operating under the Cottage Food Law must register with the county health department and take a food safety course or attend a Cottage Food Law class." And from what I remember seeing at a craft sale some years back, it goes for anyone selling baked goods otherwise they had one lady display a sign saying she had not been inspected. It varies - just check with state/county law!
 

2ndTink

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If you made something dairy free would be awesome, a decent percentage of people are sensitive or allergic to dairy, and baking dairy free is easy. I use butter flavored crisco instead of butter in cookies.

These Mexican Hot Cocoa cookies are a favorite and go over well, again, I just sub out the butter for butter flavored crisco! I also triple to quadruple the cayenne 😁


http://www.bakersbrigade.com/recipe/chewy-mexican-hot-chocolate-cookies/
 

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