If you are looking for an easy, no bake dessert to make for your next bake sale, I recommend these Cherry Cheesecake Bites. You can make this mini cherry cheesecake bite using only 4 ingredients. This delicious recipe is super easy and quick to make and does not require any baking. Your guests will gobble up these yummy treats and ask you for the recipe. You can make these the day of the bake sale in about an hour or the night before and refrigerate overnight. These are so easy to make that you won’t have to stress over a long and time consuming dessert recipe. My family and friends always gobble up this recipe and all really love them!
Below is my step by step guide to making these “no bake” bite cookies!
Servings: 60 Cookies Prep Time: 30-60 Minutes
- 1 Box Nilla Wafers (or any pre-made vanilla cookie)
- 8 OZ. Container Cool Whip (or any Whipped Cream)
- 8 OZ. Package Cream Cheese
- 1 Can Cherry Pie Filling (21 oz. or larger) **
- In a large bowl, mix entire 8 oz. package of softened cream cheese with 8 oz. container of whipped cream until smooth.
- Scoop a spoon full of the cream cheese mixture on top of Nilla wafer cookies
- Top with a single cherry from the pie filling.
Keep completed cookies refrigerated until ready to serve. Can be refrigerated for up to 24 hours before serving.
**You can also substitute Strawberry pie filling, fresh strawberries or chocolate pieces for the topping if you prefer.
Each Nilla Wafer gets a spoonful of cream cheese mixture. You can use a piping bag or spoon to scoop your “whipping cream cheese” mixture onto the Nilla Wafers cookies. Try to put the same amount of topping onto each cookie for a consistent look. I like to assemble the cookies in stages, so I will put this topping on until I run out of it, and then add the cherries (or fruit).
You only need to use the individual cherries from the pie filling. If you don’t like cherries you could also use canned strawberry pie filling, chocolate pieces, or fresh fruit like bananas slices or strawberry slices.
Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on December 22, 2014
This design for a bake sale flyer was inspired by spring. With a pretty peach and turquoise color scheme, it is a nice way to advertise for your event. Easter is coming up soon and that is the perfect time of year to host a baked goods sale. People are in the mood for chocolate and sweet treats. I would hold an event the week before Easter Sunday so people can use items during their holiday meal instead of baking themselves or getting something at the grocery store. The theme of this design is polka dots. You can edit in Word to add your own details, or use the image as a background in a photo editor and then add a text layer.
Download the free flyer template:
Click image above to save as a JPG picture to use in a graphic editing program.
Microsoft Word Document - with background and text box to edit in word processor.
Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on April 2, 2014
A great idea for a bake sale is to host a “build your own cupcake” stand where you allow participants to decorate a plain cupcake with a variety of toppings that they can choose. Not only is it fun for your guests to decorate the cupcake themselves, it’s a great time saver for a bake sale because you only need to make the desserts and you save all that time you would have spent on decorating it.
I recently participated in an event that had a cupcake decorating booth and it was a huge success. People loved the “do it yourself” approach and had fun choosing from all the toppings at the cupcake bar and customizing their own creation. Especially kids.
You can also charge more for the “experience” of allowing the participants to choose their own delicious toppings. Much like the fun of a yogurt shop or candy store, you provide the plain vanilla, chocolate, or other common cupcake flavors as the base, and let people choose their frosting flavor and up to 3 toppings. You could also set a price for additional toppings or a max cost for someone who wants unlimited toppings.
Make sure you provide plenty of scoops, spoons and knives so lots of people can decorate all at once. You will want to serve cupcakes on plates so that there is something to catch toppings that don’t adhear to the icing so they don’t fall on the ground or make a mess on your table.
Here is a list of some possible toppings:
- Candy including M&M’s, Reese’s Pieces or Peanut butter cups, Jelly Beans
- Chocolate Chips or White Chocolate Chips
- Toasted Coconut
- Pretzel pieces or Chocolate covered mini pretzels
- Rainbow or Chocolate Sprinkles
- Teddy Grahams or Graham Crackers
- Assortment of nuts including Walnuts, Pecans, Peanuts or Almonds
- Oreo cookies
- Mini Marshmallows
Frosting, icing or toppings could include:
- Vanilla or Chocolate frosting
- Powdered Sugar icing
- Whip Cream
- Chocolate, Caramel or Butterscotch sauce
- Peanut Butter frosting
- Marshmallow Fluff
- Fruit toppings such as Strawberry or Blueberry
I’ve designed a free cupcake themed bake sale flyer template that can be used for this type of event or any type of bake sale you are holding. It could also double as a cupcake decorating party invitation too! Just change the text to say whatever you need it to.
Download the Microsoft Word Document file to make your own cute flyer for your event!
Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on March 7, 2013
A free customizable Valentine’s Day Flyer Template that can be used if hosting a bake sale event in February. The design features a large pink heart and is a pretty way to advertise your fundraiser. It is a great idea to plan events around holidays because people love holiday themed desserts. You can top cakes and cupcakes with candy hearts and use pink or red icing. Write XOXO or other sayings on baked goods. Make heart shape cut out cookies. I also think people are more likely to buy holiday themed items because if it’s close enough to February 14th, they can use the sweets as a gift for their sweetheart.
Holidays are also great times to use order forms and allow people to order items directly instead of selling your goodies at a specific date and time. That way people can order items as gifts in advance and they can be delivered on the holiday.
The flyer template is in Microsoft Word format and completely editable. You can change the text, fonts, colors and add images to suit your needs.
Download the file
Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on January 23, 2013
This is a free template for a 4×6 recipe card in Microsoft Word document format. You can type information directly onto the card and then print onto 4×6 photo paper or blank index card stock. If you would prefer to write out your instructions, then just print them blank. Set printer to “borderless” so you don’t get a white edge.
The card is for all those pink lovers using a diagonal stripe background and dashed line area to type out your directions. You could add your own clip art or pictures to make them more fun too.
Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on January 1, 2013
Just in time for Christmas bake sale season, I’ve created these free printable table tent cards that you can use to label what items you have for sale or list the prices for goodies. You can fold these cards in half and they will stand up in front of your items and it’s a great way to decorate your table, plus provide details about your food. Print them out on card stock, cut out each rectangle and then fold in the center. You can write the name of your items, prices or any other info on the circle in the center of the design. Red stripes and a green banner decorate these giving them a festive holiday charm. These could also be stapled to the top of a baggie full of goodies such as Christmas cookies and used as a label that way too.
If you’ve found your way here and you are not hosting a bake sale, but just want to use these to decorate your place settings at your holiday dinner table, feel free to use them as escort cards, name seating place-cards or table number cards too!
View the Print File – 4 designs per sheet.
Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on November 21, 2012
More free bake sale flyers converted to Microsoft Word Format for easy editing and adding of your own custom text and event details. These flyers can also be downloaded as PDF or large JPG image files on their original posts which are also linked below. Click on the text next to the image for the Word document file.
Microsoft Word Flyer Templates:
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Cookie Sale Document
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Cupcake Bake Sale Flyer Template
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Word Document Template
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Posted by Bake Sale Flyers on November 6, 2012