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HI. I WAS WONDERING IF I COULD GET THAT BROWNIE IN A JAR RECIPE FROM YOU.....THANKS TOOTS C Klessig wrote: > One fundraiser that our children (and families) had done was to make those "brownies in a jar". We bought all the food materials in bulk at a local warehouse-type store. Bought

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  1. #1
    tootsnpa
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    HI. I WAS WONDERING IF I COULD GET THAT BROWNIE IN A JAR RECIPE FROM
    YOU.....THANKS TOOTS

    C Klessig wrote:

    > One fundraiser that our children (and families) had done was to make those
    "brownies in a jar". We bought all the food materials in bulk at a local
    warehouse-type store. Bought remnants of holiday fabric for the lids and typed
    the directions and ingredients on note cards and attached with ribbon. Made a
    decent profit. It was great around the holidays for gifts.
    >
    > Rachel Lenn Nix <rachelennix@yahoo.com>

    >
    > >Subject line Changed & Massive Return Post Edited by Moderators.>
    >


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    C Klessig
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    I'm attaching the recipe. It's only for one jar, so you would need to increase
    the ingrediants accordingly. It's a fun project. We did it like an assembly
    line. My son and husband mixed the ingrediants and put them in the clean jars
    and I attached the lids, cloth, ribbon and tags. Hope this works out for you.
    Good Luck.

    tootsnpa <tootsnpa@telerama.com> wrote: HI. I WAS WONDERING IF I COULD GET THAT
    BROWNIE IN A JAR RECIPE FROM YOU.....THANKS TOOTS

    C Klessig wrote:

    > One fundraiser that our children (and families) had done was to make those
    "brownies in a jar". We bought all the food materials in bulk at a local
    warehouse-type store. Bought remnants of holiday fabric for the lids and typed
    the directions and ingredients on note cards and attached with ribbon. Made a
    decent profit. It was great around the holidays for gifts.
    >
    > Rachel Lenn Nix <rachelennix@yahoo.com>
    >
    > >Subject line Changed & Massive Return Post Edited by Moderators.>
    >


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    Anggie Thompson
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    <font face="Arial" size="2">A couple of ideas that my 4-H club has done:
    <font face="Arial" size="2">Feed our local Ruritans (a civic group), they meet monthly and cater the meals. They guarantee like 40 people and we prepare & serve the meal. The 4-H families donate the food so there is no overhead, just pure profit.
    <font face="Arial" size="2">We have sold Home Interior candles at a great profit. Now is the perfect time to do so. They make great teacher gifts.
    <font face="Arial" size="2">Our youth group at church is considering selling poinsettias in December. A local nursery will allow us to purchase them for a discount and we can set our own price for them. We are also considering having a babysitting service the day after Thanksgiving.

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    tootsnpa
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    hi cklessig, as you can see i have
    no attachment with your reply...im
    really sorry to bother you
    again....maybe you could just send
    it to my email
    tootsnpa@telerama.com thank you
    so much

    C Klessig wrote:

    > I'm attaching the recipe. It's
    > only for one jar, so you would
    > need to increase the ingrediants
    > accordingly. It's a fun
    > project. We did it like an
    > assembly line. My son and

    > husband mixed the ingrediants and
    > put them in the clean jars and I
    > attached the lids, cloth, ribbon
    > and tags. Hope this works out
    > for you. Good Luck.


  5. #5
    sho4404259
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    Could you email the brownie in the jar recipe to me directly. Thank you in
    advance.

    Rose


  6. #6
    Denial Nichols
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    I would like the recpie too


    *Mrs. Denial Renae Nichols*


  7. #7
    C Klessig
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    Hi. Did you get my recipe with my last reply? If not, I'm trying this again.
    I hope this works!
    This really is a great fundraiser and a great holiday gift.
    ***********************************

    Sand Art Brownies (in a jar)

    List of Ingredients

    5/8 cup all-purpose flour
    3/4 teaspoon salt
    1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
    1/2 cup all-purpose flour
    2/3 cup packed brown sugar
    2/3 cup white sugar
    1/2 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
    1/2 cup vanilla baking chips
    1/2 cup walnuts (optional)


    Instructions

    Mix the 5/8 cup of flour with salt. In a clean wide mouth quart or liter sized
    jar layer the ingredients in the order given. Starting with the flour and salt
    mixture and ending with the walnuts.

    ************************************************** **************

    Attach a decorative tag to the out side of the jar with the following
    directions.

    Sand Art Brownies
    1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease one 9x9 inch square
    baking pan.
    2. Pour the contents of the jar into a large bowl and mix well.
    3. Stir in 1 teaspoon vanilla, 2/3 cup vegetable oil and 3 eggs. Beat until just
    combined.
    4. Pour the batter into the prepared pan and bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees
    C) for 25 to 30 minutes. Enjoy!

    After assembling the jar(s) cut a circle of holiday fabric to cover the lid of
    the jar, and tie it with a piece of raffia or ribbon, and attach the tag. You
    can add a wooden spoon to the jar if you want to make it special.




    tootsnpa <tootsnpa@telerama.com> wrote:
    hi cklessig, as you can see i have
    no attachment with your reply...im
    really sorry to bother you
    again....maybe you could just send
    it to my email
    tootsnpa@telerama.com thank you
    so much


  8. #8
    Circe Craft
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    Please consider using a local candle maker, if possible. It keeps
    the money in your community, and in most cases they are a lot more
    flexible in tailoring programs to your needs. It's nice to be able
    to sit down face to face with the person who makes all the decisions
    in the company, who can answer all your questions up front.

    A great place to find a local chandler is at craft shows. It also
    gives you a chance to check out the products before inquiring about
    a fund raiser.

    Blessings,
    Carla

    > We have sold Home Interior candles at a great profit. Now is the
    perfect time to do so. They make great teacher gifts.


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    RacheLenNix
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    One try is just sending out letters/emails letting ppl know that you're trying to raise money for a good event & ask for suggestions. They'll most likely offer to help in some way. If not, atleast it gets the word out.. ppl talk! Maybe they'll ask for help on something in exchange for a donation ya know... some
    people just give!
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    Jane Lake
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    Did anyone mention making craft kits as a fundraiser? You could gear them
    towards kids - one of them that I heard about was cutting shapes of 1/4"
    wood for a birdbox, and packing the pieces into a ziplock bag, along with
    nails and instructions.

    I think quite a few crafts would work for this -
    Jane
    http://www.allfreecrafts.com
    http://www.allfreeprintables.com
    allfreecrafts@yahoogroups.com


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