10 Recipes for the Perfect Fall Bake Sale

Are you hosting a bake sale or thinking of what to bake for one? Our favorite bake sale foods will wow any crowd, and don't cost much to make!

By Reader's Digest Editors
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    Rocky Road Brownies

    Everyone loves brownies. Here, mini marshmallows add gooey sweetness to a rich, nutty dessert that won't last long on the bake sale table.

    Get the recipe: Rocky Road Brownies

    Mini Pumpkin Cupcakes

    Use your favorite recipe for cake and frosting to make mini cupcakes. You can also substitute store-bought cake mix and frosting for a quick and easy dessert. Get the recipe: Mini Pumpkin Cupcakes

    Dutch Apple Muffins

    The batter for these scrumptious muffins mixes up and bakes in a jiffy. You can have a batch coming out of the oven in no time flat! Get the recipe: Dutch Apple Muffins

    Triple-Chocolate Cookies

    Chocolate chips, chocolate sprinkles, and cocoa powder create a triple shot of chocolate flavor. Sour cream gives the cookies an irresistibly soft and tender crumb. Get the recipe: Triple-Chocolate Cookies

    Fall Marshmallow Pops

    Taking only seconds to create, these marshmallow pops are a fun last-minute treat. Get the recipe: Fall Marshmallow Pops

    Banana-Walnut Quick Bread

    Just sweet enough, this quick bread is made with whole grains, fruit, and nuts, earning an A+ for being a nutritious bake sale staple. Get the recipe: Banana-Walnut Quick Bread

    Bite-Sized Turkey Cookies

    No gobble about it, these turkey cookies are so cute you might feel guilty eating them. Make sure to tote along enough for everyone who will want to buy some for family and friends.

    Get the recipe: Bite-Sized Turkey Cookies

    Soft Pumpkin Cookies

    If healthy's the name of your bake sale game, these pumpkin treats are your homework assignment. They're loaded with beta-carotene and fiber. Get the recipe: Soft Pumpkin Cookies

    Homemade Fudge

    Using not one, but three kinds of chocolate, plus pecans and marshmallows, makes this a deep, rich, chocolatey dream of a fudge that will match any you can buy in a store. Get the recipe: Homemade Fudge

    Blueberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake

    In one word, delicious. In three words? Easy as pie. The reason? You can use fresh or frozen blueberries and be done with prep in under a half hour! Sweet, right?!

    Get the recipe: Blueberry Sour Cream Coffee Cake

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    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Pablo-Fernan/100002182600817 Pablo Fernan

      Yummy cant resist!

    • Wfjsm9

      that looks very good

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