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Make money selling these no-bake treats!

10 / 10 / 2019

Fall season is a great time to get to work! It´s starting to get a little cold, the sweet cravings are back and Halloween is right around the corner. So, if you have some free time and want to earn some extra money, we have some "no-bake" recipes to help get your business started. 


These recipes are inexpensive since they don´t require baking and are quite simple to prepare because they contain ingredients that are easy to find.


1. No-bake brownie balls


Buy a box of brownie mix, follow the simple steps mixing the ingredients, pour a big splash of Vanilla Molina, roll small balls and put them in the fridge for a couple of hours. Give them your personal touch, adding Halloween decorations or fall-themed ribbons.


2. Puffed rice treats


They're the kids' favorite!  Just mix the cereal with melted marshmallow, a splash of Vanilla Molina and shape them like pumpkins, cute ghosts or little chocolate-dipped monster faces. You can use sprinkles, too!


3. No-bake s´mores bars 


Place the marshmallow on half a cookie and microwave for 10 seconds. Then take it out and place a piece of chocolate on the marshmallow, and close the s'more with the other half of the cookie. Ready to serve!


You can add a topping to your s'mores with a delicious vanilla cream. Just mix a little milk, cinnamon powder, icing sugar and a big splash of Vanilla Molina.


4. Peanut butter bites


These are very simple to prepare and will sell very quickly! Prepare them like this:

In a bowl, mix 1 package of cream cheese, 4 tablespoons of peanut butter, a big splash of Vanilla Molina and a handful of chocolate chips (optional).


Use your hands to make each ball and place them in small cupcake liners, which can be themed.


Cool them for 1 hour, and they're ready for sale!


As you can see, there are several no-bake options for you to economize and make some extra money this fall season.