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Relay for Life - The Bake Sale Challenge

We're having a bake sale at work on Wednesday. I usually do simple stuff like brownies or chocolate chip cookies. I want to do something different.

So, my friends, does anybody have an EASY, do not need mixer (as I don't own one), do not need food processor (don't have one of those either, except for very small two cup jobber), but very tasty cookie or other baked goodie recipe????

Relay in 10 days.

Shout outs go to greenmtnboy18,mbumby, an_sceal, pezazul and trektone! Thank you!

You can still donate! Donations of any demonination are welcome and very much appreciated! My donation page can be found here.

Luminarias are also available! Let me know you've left one and I promise to say hello everytime I walk past it =)

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greenmtnboy18
May. 20th, 2009 06:13 pm (UTC)
There is a peanut butter bar dessert that is very tasty, no baking, no mixer needed. It's peanut butter and graham cracker crumbs and butter (and possibly something else, I need to check) that gets packed into a brownie pan and refridgerated. Then you melt down bittersweet chocolate chips, spread them over the top, let them harden, and voila, you have a VERY tasty homemade dessert with minimal prep time and no equipment needed.

Want me to dig out the recipe?

There are also some really good things you can do with a brownie mix and a few "extra" ingredients, that can make it seem like an entirely different dessert. Believe me, I'm the king of easy and "different" desserts. :-D

Oh! Oh! I almost forgot! My FAVORITE... so easy, and people LOVE them. Cinnamon rollups. They go by various names, and they came about as a way to use up extra pie crust when you cut off the edges after it is in the pie dish. You take the extra pie crust and roll it flat, sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar, cut into strips and roll the strips up until you have a fat little roll up. Bake for about 20 minutes in a 350 oven.

Nowadays, I just skip the *pie* part, and buy Flako pie crusts. (CHEAP!) I use two boxes, mix with cold water as directed, and just roll out the dough and cut up the strips! Start to finish is well under an hour, and they are VERY tasty and people love them.
sraun
May. 20th, 2009 11:17 pm (UTC)
We've always liked 7 Layer Bars.
otaku_tetsuko
May. 21st, 2009 10:09 am (UTC)
I called my company's matching gift program to yell that they didn't match my contribution last year (made on your website) - they told me that the ACS couldn't find the donation! I think,if I can find some money this year, I'd better mail you a check instead.
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