Gooey Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies plus giveaway #McCormickBakeSale

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One of my favorite childhood memories was the announcement of an upcoming bake sale.  I not only loved purchasing fresh baked cookies, cupcakes and brownies but I loved being given the opportunity to sell these yummy baked goods. Such fun memories.  So when asked by Mc Cormick if I would participate  in a virtual bake sale blog tour.  I couldn’t answer YES fast enough.

The McCormick Bake Sale will include six teams of six  bloggers who will share recipes and compete against each other to WIN via our Pinterest boards..  This is where you the 24/7 MOMS come into play –  We (I ) need your votes to win this bake sale competition.  Plus you can WIN an amazing McCormick prize package as well. ( see below) .  10/3/13 UPDATE : The Winning bloggers for the McCormick Bake Sale  were

– Amy from
– Emily from
– Holly from
– Jennifer from
– Kristyn from
– Lindsey from

To start off the Bake sale competition I headed to the recipe collection over at the  McCormick Kitchens where I discovered some amazing cookie recipes just perfect for your next Bake Sale.  I choose the Vanilla Rich Chocolate Chip recipe to inspire me in creating my own version of Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies being I love caramel on just about every dessert I can think of – so why not add it to my cookies.

Here is the recipe I came up with for the McCormick Bake Sale

Gooey Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies



Makes 5 dozen or 30 (2 cookie) servings.
1 package  (11 ounces)  Kraft Caramel  bits ( they come unwrapped and ready to bake with)


  1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Mix flour, baking soda and salt in medium bowl. Set aside. Beat butter and sugars in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy. Add eggs and vanilla; mix well. Gradually beat in flour mixture on low speed until well mixed. Stir in chocolate chips, walnuts and the Kraft Caramel bits.
  2. Drop by rounded tablespoons about 2 inches apart onto ungreased baking sheets.
  3. Bake 8 to 10 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool on baking sheets 1 minute. Remove to wire racks; cool completely.


Be sure to check out my McCormick Bake Sale teams recipes at The Country Chic Cottage, Mom EndeavorsStockpiling Moms and MOMables! , The Happier Homemaker– their recipes include  Chocolate Hazelnut Brownies, Hazelnut Mocha Chip Cookies, Pumpkin Cinnamon Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookiesbake-sale-Collage

For more delicious bake sale ideas, visit, the “Bake Sale” board at or

WIN:  One 24/7 MOMS reader  will win a McCormick gift pack full of spices, extracts, and other items needed to inspire baking creativity .

Head over to my Pinterst and find my Gooey Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies  recipe or any other recipe on the McCormick  Virtual Bake Sale Pinterest board and repin it to one of your own boards. Be sure to add the  #McCormickBakeSale hashtag to your pin as that is  how McCormick will be keeping track of  each of the Blogger Team repins .

Enter the rafflecopter giveaway form below. Be sure to check out my teammates recipes above.

Here’s how you enter:

•    Follow McCormick on Pinterest

•    Follow McCormick on Facebook

•    Please visit the McCormick Bake Sale Contest Pinterest board and pick your favorite bake sale treat (hopefully it’s mine!) and repin it to one of your boards, using hashtag #McCormickBakeSale Leave the pin url in the Rafflecopter widget below!  Click here for my PIN of  Gooey Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Looking for away to raise money for your child’s school this year?  try your hand at hoisting a School Bake Sale with a few of my tips:

Bake Sale Tips

stickerPrice all items using bright colored stickers with amount clearly written or use a color key code.  Pink sticker are .50 cents, yellow stickers are $1.00 etc. ( available at your local office stores)



ziploc container

Use zip-loc bags and plastic storage containers to pre-package  bake sale items in individual and larger portions.




Price your items to sell.  Most bake sale shoppers are willing to pay $1.00 for an individual item .

Provide napkins, forks and spoons if necessary for walk away eating.

Have adequate change on hand in a cash box so you can easily make change for those who pay with larger bills.

Advertise ahead of time to get donations as well as shoppers.  Be sure to post sign son day of sale so shoppers can find you.

What is your Bake sale tip or memory?


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21 Responses

  1. These look delicious. I don’t have much in the way of bake sale tips, except to coordinate with the other participants so that there is a variety.

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