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post #16 of 20
I made some that were so good I could not stop eating them, I made marbel cake with amerreto covered in milk chocolate, um so good! Thanks to all CC for the help! icon_biggrin.gif
post #17 of 20
I made some that were so good I could not stop eating them, I made marbel cake with amerreto covered in milk chocolate, um so good! Thanks to all CC for the help! icon_biggrin.gif
post #18 of 20
I made some that were so good I could not stop eating them, I made marbel cake with amerreto covered in milk chocolate, um so good! Thanks to all CC for the help! icon_biggrin.gif
post #19 of 20

Ok, how are some of you even covering costs? a 25 pack of sticks is at least 3.00 if you are using boxed cake and frosting and get them on sale, you would pay at least a dollar each. candy melts are 2.99 a pack when they are on sale. thats at least 8 dollars in ingredients? plus if you use sprinkles, another color etc. Be competitive. Call your local bakeries. Most bakeries in my area charge AT LEAST 3.25 a pop. One in particular is $40 a dozen. You also need to pay yourself for your time. I don't just cover the cost of my ingredients and not count and pay myself for my time that I spent making them.

 

To read that some people are charging per dozen what bakeries get for a single pop?  Forget that.  It isn't worth your time.  I don't bake for free.

post #20 of 20

Always check the posting date. This thread is over 5 years old - lots of things have changed since then  ...

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