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Need ideas for DD Christmas Fayre

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70isaLimitNotaTarget Tue 02-Oct-12 10:43:52

Next month is my DD Christmas Fayre.
The school ask for things to sell, a 'colour' item- each class in given a colour and you take a gift ,value up to £5- to sell on the Rainbow Stall.

And CAKES:

So I need ideas. This is my DDs last year at Junior school and she's my youngest. So the Last Christmas Fayre for me grin

They do a cake stall/tea shop stall. So things to eat there that will appeal to DC.
And some to buy to take away (so these can go in cellophane bags)

TIA

girlywhirly Tue 02-Oct-12 10:58:22

Flapjacks are good, you can do plain ones, ones with fruit in, ones with melted choc drizzled over them and set and so on. They can be any size you like and you could do packs of assorted mini flapjacks, and ordinary sized ones for the teas and to buy individually.

Gingerbread and parkin can be cut into chunks, little fairy cakes are always popular especially when decorated with sweets. Or what about cookies?

ShabbyChit Tue 02-Oct-12 11:17:53

Do you know what colour your DD' class will be yet?

How about homemade play-dough in jars in relevant colours?

cake mixes layered up in jars

christmas pudding cupcakes? These are yummy!

simple christmas themed cupcakes?

mini gingerbread houses would look amazing wrapped in cellophane if you were feeling adventurous!

Simple cookies iced in relevant colour?

celebmum Tue 02-Oct-12 11:21:13

Mince pie flavour flapjack! Someone said it on here last year and I ate my own body weight in the stuff!! grin

ShabbyChit Tue 02-Oct-12 11:24:57

baileys & white chocolate fudge

christmas pudding cake pops - would probably go down well with the DC?

bags of truffles?

christmas biscotti?

Sorry getting a bit carried away with all the yummy sounding christmas recipes! blush But these are all quite simple recipes to make!

hattifattner Tue 02-Oct-12 11:39:23

Candy cane mice (although I only ever do them in pink and white.

Girlie hair clips - could be made Christmassy. also here

lolly stick angels

If its food you're after:

Snowman pops and

snowman biscuits

peppermint chocolate "bark"

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