How to Package Food For a Bake Sale
How to Sell Homemade Cookies
Bake the cookies, tasting one from each batch to make sure they taste like they are supposed to. Be careful not to eat all your merchandise, too.
Any burnt cookies should not be sold. You can throw them away, eat them with your family, or give them away as free samples. You could also donate them to a food bank or food collection if you are into helping people. Plus, then you can say that you donate food. It's a good advertising campaign.
Place a good amount of cookies in a clean, home decorated jar. Make sure they are arranged in a visually-pleasing way. You could have them in neat stacks, or spiraling around the jar, or if you're creative, you could use food coloring and dye the cookies complementary colors and alternate those. Also be careful of crushing the cookies.
Change up your inventory so returning customers have new merchandise to choose from.Be sure to think about people with allergies. If you put peanut butter in all of your cookies, but don't tell the person, they could have an allergic reaction and possibly die from anaphylaxis shock.
Set a fair price for the cookies, and stick to it. Be willing to go a little bit lower to please a tough customer, but don't go too low or you'll eat up your profit. For example, 1 chocolate chip cookie could be .00, an oatmeal raisin cookie could be .75 or maybe a .50. You get the idea.
QuestionAt what point do I add other cookie types, like oatmeal or chocolate?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou should probably start selling other types of cookies when your business is getting a few people, or after valuable customers start coming back for more.Thanks!
QuestionDo I need a license to sell homemade pancakes in my neighborhood?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes. If you're under 12, then people may not really care, but if you're over 18, you will want a food handler's license and if you're selling door to door, a peddler's license.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I find a place to sell the cookies?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can sell cookies at school, but make sure that you get permission from your principal,or professor. The best time to sell cookies at school would be before or after class/school or during breaks.Thanks!
QuestionCan I get a cookie recipe that has less sugar?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerSubstitute sugar for a sugar-free alternative such as Splenda or Sweet and Low. Or use a more healthy alternative: honey or maple syrup.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I make a profit?Kaelyn NashCommunity AnswerSell enough products at a high enough price to get more than what you payed to make a profit.Thanks!
QuestionHow many should I make?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou should make a descent amount, but not too much, because if it doesn't sell well, you will have to eat them all and will lose profit.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I set up a budget for selling biscuits?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerWork out how much the ingredients cost, then figure out how much water and electricity you used, and how long it took. Then you can set up a budget.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I sell baked goods out of my home?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou could set up a stand (like a lemonade stand) at the end of your driveway and sell your sweets there. If you want to make an official business of it, you'll have to look up your state's requirements for an at-home bakery. There will most likely be licenses you have to apply for and regulation standards that your kitchen will have to meet.Thanks!
QuestionI need recipes for cookies to start my own business. What should I do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerGo on to blogs, check out cook books from the library, or use family recipes.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I sell cookies in winter?Melanie MeierCommunity AnswerWinter is a particularly good season to sell cookies in the northern hemisphere in Europe and America as people eat many cookies around Christmas time. If you have a stall at a Christmas market, that might be a good way to sell a whole batch of cookies in a few days. Alternatively, you can consider selling cookies online, on Facebook or a baking marketplace such as Ebakerz.Thanks!
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- Don't sell any burnt or spoiled cookies.
- Smile whenever you are selling. Good customer service makes people want to come back.
- Be sure to have the allergy information clearly posted on you stand. That way you can avoid being sued or seriously hurting someone.
- Never sell in a public area unless you have a license or permission to do so.
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