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So I've been doing some pretty successful fundraising at work for the past couple of years, and I thought I'd share the inner workings so that the rest of you can have some success as well. Every year, around this time, I put an 'order form' up on the fridge in our break room. Now this isn't exactly a 'sale' but a donation drive in which people pay what they want for a pepperoni roll. (If you are unfamiliar with pepperoni rolls, I will explain in a moment.) Suggested donation per roll is usually one dollar, but people often give more on principle. This year alone, I invested about $35 of my own money to make 12 dozen pepperoni rolls and gained about $160 in donations, which is fantastic because if you do the math, my expected donation at a dollar each would have been $144. Anyway, the gist of the order form flyer is that it is a sign up sheet so you know how many rolls you'll need to make, and it also tells people what you're doing and why. Make sure you put an expected delivery date as well, so everyone knows when to expect their snack! If I remember, I'll post a copy of my flyer later that you can use for reference. Without further adieu, I want to share my fast and easy recipe so you can try it for yourself. BTW, if enough people request it, I can try to provide some step by step pictures if that will help. You will need: -Bake at home frozen dinner rolls (Any brand that's inexpensive. Just make sure they are the dough balls, not the already baked ones.) -Pepperoni slices (Just the regular kind you would use for a pizza.) -Pepper Jack cheese (Sandwich slices. This is the secret. A little bit of a kick that keeps them coming back for more.) -Flour (Not much. Just enough to prevent sticking.) Other tools: -Wax paper -Rolling pin (FYI, a wine bottle works rather well too) -Cooking spray -Cookie sheet(s) Steps: Spread wax paper out on your work surface and set the dough balls out to thaw, leaving a space between each of them. You could use tin foil for this step, but they WILL stick to it. This usually takes about 20-30 minutes depending on how warm your kitchen is. Pre-heat the oven to the temperature your dinner roll packaging suggests. Prepare your work surface by sprinkling a little flour across it. Cut cheese slices into fourths. Take a thawed dough ball and roll it flat with the rolling pin. Build the roll with one 1/4 slice of cheese and three slices of pepperoni. Roll it up and form lightly. Place onto a cooking spray coated cookie sheet. Repeat as necessary. I recommend no more than 12 rolls per cookie sheet. Pop them into the oven for about 18-20 minutes. They're done when they're golden brown. That's all there is to it! This year, I turned out 12 dozen in just under three hours. I tend to use plastic wrap to package them individually for delivery, but anyone who wanted more than one gets them all together in the same baggie. Anyway, I wish you all success if you try this out. Pop back afterwards to let me know how it goes! If you have any questions about the recipe, I'll be around!
OH HAI! We have a bake sale coming up, date is confirmed! Sunday! Sunday! SUNDAY! ( I like frosting) Sunday March 20th, 2016 I think this event had amazing response for being thrown together in 2 days time. I would like to have 2-3 volunteers plus myself. Please reply with time available to help, and what contribution you can make. We need baked goodies (lets not go crazy, maybe a dozen of something per person) a raffle prize, and someone to be creative with a photo booth wall. Myself - 1 Dozen Cupcakes, & Gluten Free/Vegan option, flavor TBD1.Kyle & Herchelle (Team Choco Taco) - snacks TBD2.???3.????
Oh hai! So we have this very short notice but really great opportunity to have a fundraising bake sale! Root Down Jax 1034 Park Street Sunday, February 21st 2016 The event is from 1pm-5pm. We are looking for volunteers to help set up and breakdown so we need to be there 11:30am-6:00pm. (Volunteers so far besides myself) We also need baked goodies to sell, maybe prizes to raffle off. Please let me know what time you can help as well as what you can bring for the sale! AnnaMarie - red velvet and chocolate cupcakes - all day 1. Kyle - brownies - time? 2.?? 3.??? 4.???? There will be vendors of all types and is free to attend! Feel free to use the graphic on social media, definitely spread the word even if you can't attend this month!