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4 Ways To Impress At A Bake Sale

Servings: 16

1¼ cups sugar
¾ cup cocoa powder
10 tablespoons butter, melted
¼ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vanilla
2 eggs
½ cup flour

Chocolate frosting
Chocolate cookie crumbs
Gummy worms

Preheat oven to 325°F/160°C.
In a large bowl, combine sugar, cocoa powder, and butter. Stir using a spatula or a wooden spoon. It will be gritty.
Combine vanilla and 1 egg. Mix until the egg is fully incorporated. Then mix in the other egg.
Add flour and salt, and mix into the batter.
Transfer into a baking dish and bake for 20 minutes and let it cool completely.
Spread the chocolate frosting and then the gummy worms, followed by the cookie crumbs.
Cut into desired pieces and enjoy!


10 ounces marshmallows
3 tablespoon butter
6 cups rice cereal

Wafer cones
Melted chocolate

In a large bowl, add butter and marshmallow. Microwave for 2 minutes. Stir at 1 minute.
Add the cereal and stir until the marshmallow evenly coats the cereal.
Using a ice cream scoop, scoop and form treats into balls.
Take a wafer cone and dip it in melted chocolate and then immediately sprinkle anything you desire.
Place the rice krispy balls into the cone and enjoy.


1 box chocolate cake mix
3 eggs
½ cup oil

Marshmallow Frosting
1 cup powdered sugar
½ cup butter, softened
7 ounces (1 jar) marshmallow cream
1 teaspoon vanilla

Graham cracker crumbs

Preheat oven to 350°F/175°C.
In a large bowl, combine ingredients for the box cake mix. Transfer them into cupcake tins and bake for 20 minutes. Let them cool completely
In a large bowl, combine powdered sugar, vanilla, marshmallow cream, and butter.
Mix until frosting forms.
Place into a piping bag or plastic bag and cut the corner.
Pipe on the frosting and top it off with the graham cracker crumbs.


Vanilla yogurt

Mini wood sticks (popsicle sticks)

Take the fruit and stick the popsicle stick into the fruit.
Dip fruit into yogurt and then dip it into the granola.
Healthy popsicles for you and your kids!

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46 Replies to “easy things to cook desserts: 4 Ways To Impress At A Bake Sale”

  1. I need money to get an iPad for school and this really helped. If you are also like me maybe try also doing some chores or selling stuff you don’t need or use anymore online

  2. hmmmm. i need stuff for my bake sale.

    *watches video* wow! imma make some of these!

    *bake sale day*

    : teacher: kylie! what did you bring in today?
    :me: idk, i think they are supposed to be cupcakes. i found them for 50¢ of a guy on the street.

  3. Psh! What I've been doing to impress at my bake sales is to take advantage of my Mexican background and buy sweet bread from the Mexican bakery. People are so suprised when they see completely different desserts! They sell like hot cakes, or should I say Pan Dulce 😉😉😉

  4. For those of you on a budget who want to make something tasty do this recipie:
    Things u need:
    Chocolate chips

    Melt chocolate chips then stir in with cornflakes then freeze in a cupcake liner.
    Simple and it’s under £5. (Or $5 if ur American,but I’m English) chocolate chips are about 49p where I get them from,so 49 sense in America and corn flakes only cost like £2 so $2 in America. So easy so tasty .

  5. I recently had to make treats for my child's school bake sale. I made the rice krispies cones and Tasty Chewy Chocolate chip cookies…they sold out in minutes!!! Thanks Tasty for the ideas…I did impress at my bake sale!! Love your videos btw!

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