Boo - o - Grams. Halloween Fundraiser

We have been doing this Halloween fundraiser for 14 years!  The first year mom and I made the rice krispie treats as bats and pumpkins in a rice krispie treat mold - which was so much work.  We had only sold them for $1.00.  Needless to say that was the last year of molding them.  Years following we just cut them into squares and put them in cute Halloween bags.  The previous two years we made pumpkin and witch cake pops along with the rice krispie treats!  Those were cute, but took a lot of time!  This year we had pushpops, which I made!, cupcakes purchased from Wendy's Party Treats, square rice krispie treats, gummy bears, and seasoned pretzels!  To see all of my cake pop creations click here!

Candy Corn Blondies

Not a very good picture, but I LOVE these Candy Corn Blondies, and so did my Accounting students.  See, I have to bring my Accounting students treats - which will make them LOVE the class even more. ehehehh!  I got up early and made them.  They were still warm when I took them to school.  Below is the recipe along with a better picture I took last year!  If you notice that dark spot on the bottom, well as I was driving I heard my container of buttons fall, I knew that it had slid and landed on my brownies!  Luckily that is the only damage it did!
White Chocolate Candy Corn Blondies

3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup white chocolate chips
1/2 cup candy corn
1 egg
2 Tbs. vanilla
1 stick unsalted butter, melted
1 1/2 flour
1/2 tsp. baking soda
1/8 tsp. salt

  1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
  2. Take an 8-inch square pan and cover in foil and spray with baking spray.
  3. Cream brown sugar and egg until it's light and fluffy. Add vanilla and melted butter, mix well with electric mixer.
  4. Add the remaining ingredients to the wet mixture and incorporate with a rubber spatula. Be careful not to over mix your batter.
  5. Add batter to the square pan.
  6. Bake for about 23-26 minutes, or until the top is flakey and blondies do not jiggle in the middle.
  7. Allow to cool for about 10 minutes on a wire rack. Hold using foil sides and remove from square pan. Makes 16 blondies.

Babycakes - Chocolate Butterscotch Muffin Ballls, Brownies, Cornbread

I am obsessed with my babycakes machine. Oh MY GOSH!!!!!!!  I was a skeptic when they first came out, since I was a cakepop queen, well I made many, many, many DELICIOUS cake pops.  And to me, a cake pop was more than just a piece of cake on a stick.  So not only do I own one, but I own 5!!!

Well this little machine makes DELICIOUS cake balls!!!! BROWNIES, CORNBREAD, CAKE BALLS.

My favorite (and the students as well) is to take:
1 chocolate cake mix
1 can of pumpkin
1 cup of butterscotch chips!!! That is what you see directly below!

Makes:  50 balls

Using a cookie scoop (not all the way full) works GREAT!!!!! Another FAV or myself and my students are BROWNIES!!! If you love the edge of brownies - you would LOVE these brownie balls.

You can coat the balls with a powdered sugar mixture, or cinnamon and sugar!  You can also dip them in candy melts!

This machine is very easy to clean as well.

Donuts - from the recipe book.  Rolled in butter and cinnamon and sugar

Yellow Cake Mix, can of pumpkin and white chocolate chips, some with butterscotch as well, butter scotch makes everything DELICIOUS!

Yummmm Brownie Balls - makes 30 balls