10 Christmas Bake Sale Ideas that are Guaranteed Crowd Pleasers

Has the note come home again with your kid, looking for contributions to the Christmas bake sale to raise funds? Stuck for ideas? Here are 10 Christmas bake sale ideas that are guaranteed crowd pleasers:

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Christmas Bake Sale Ideas

#1. Eloise’s Spiced Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Bake Sale Ideas cookie recipesWinner of our Mykidstime Best Christmas cookie competition last year, Eloise’s Spiced Oatmeal Raisin Cookies. These are sure to be a real hit with kids and parents alike.

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#2. Christmas Star Biscuits

bake sales ideas Christmas Star CookiesThese easy to make Christmas Star Biscuits were submitted by parent Deirdre C as part of our Christmas Cookie Recipe Competition.

They are ideal to make as presents for teachers, friends and relations.

#3. Mincemeat and Almond Shortbread

Bake Sale Ideas shortbreadShortbread is always a favourite in our house. But try this  Mincemeat and Almond Shortbread Recipe to get a real flavour of Christmas. Ideal with a cup of hot chocolate, tea or coffee on a cold winter’s eve.

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#4. Rudolph Buns

UBake Sales Ideas Rudolph Bunssing a traditional cupcake recipe these super-cute Rudolph Buns are sure to be a hit at your bake sale.

If you would prefer to make your own chocolate icing simply melt your favourite chocolate bar and dip the buns into the mix before decorating.

#5. Cranberry & White Chocolate Chip Cookies

Bake Sale Ideas Cranberry and White Chocolate CookiesThis festive Cranberry and White Chocolate Chip Cookies recipe was submitted by parent Deirdre C for our Christmas Treats Recipe Competition. I have made them myself and can assure you that they are not just for Christmas but are delicious year round!

#6. Gingerbread Men

Bake Sale Ideas GingerbreadSimple to make and easy bake. Why not decorate these biscuits in fun ways to make them more interesting for your bake sale. These Gingerbread Men (and Women) also make the house smell great! These would also make another great kids party activity – have each kid decorate their own gingerbread man to take home with them.

#7. Rosie’s Melting Snowman Cookies

Bake Sales ideas christmas cookie recipesAnother finalist in our Best Christmas Cookie Competition, Rosie’s Melting Snowman Cookies. These cookies only contain a few ingredients and if you’re stuck for time (or inclination!), you could cheat by using shop bought biscuits and decorating them!

#8. Christmas Tree Edible Decorations

Bake Sale Ideas Chocolate Christmas Tree Edible DecorationsFollow this great recipe for Chocolate Christmas Tree Edible Decorations that are sure to be a winner with everyone attending your bake sale. They are really simple to make and look very professional.

#9. Waffle Stand

Bake Sale Ideas wafflesEvery year I take along my Waffle Iron to the Christmas fair and make fresh waffles. Here’s my easy waffle batter recipe, and then you just need some toppings like

  • nutella or chocolate spread
  • sliced banana
  • frozen mixed berries defrosted in advance
  • whipped cream
  • and some confectioner/icing sugar sprinkled on top (I bring a little tea strainer) to make the waffles look extra pretty
  • don’t forget paper plates and forks for people to eat their waffles with.

#10. Karyn’s Rolo Christmas Cookies

Bake Sale Ideas Rolo CookiesAnother finalist in our Best Christmas Cookie Competition, Karyn’s Rolo Christmas Cookies. These are sure to be a big hit with all chocolate fans.

The question is – do you love anyone enough to share your last Rolo Cookie with them?!

How to Package Food for Bake Sale

You’ve gone to all the trouble to make lovely home baked treats, so why not consider packaging them nicely for display? Kin Community has neat ideas in this video.

Over to you now! Do you have a standby Christmas bake sale recipe? Share it with us in the comments below.

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Jill is one of the co-founders of Mykidstime and a mum of 2 girls