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    Help Baked Goodies!

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    Ladies.. I need your help.. I think DH is getting tired of my brownies and cookies.. LOL. What other baked goodies can you send out there? I'm tempted to send my chocolate cake but its a little moist and I'm worried it might get moldy before he gets it...
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    Pound cakes are supposed to ship pretty well. Rice crispy treats? I make mine with fruity pebbles and I've sent them to DH in Texas during the middle of the summer and they make it there just fine. I guess they aren't really baked but still a treat. Gingerbread and pumpkin bread should ship well, but I've heard people have trouble with banana bread.
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    ok..So no banana breads lol.. I'll definitely try the rice krispies treat. Maybe DS could help me make it! Thanks!
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    I'd stay away from moist things until the fall again -- but when it is fall, pumpkinbread was very popular (not as moist as banana bread) and of course there is the classic cake in a jar!
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    Cake in a jar is not recommended to send anymore because it's making people sick from not being cooked properly. I would also stay away from moist since it's now very hot over there. Are you mixing the cookies up? There are so many kinds out there. Unfortunately there are a lot of things in the baked good category that just can't be sent
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    no-bakes. they hold up really well and exDB loved em!
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    Tired of cookies and brownies? I NEVER get tired of cookies and brownies

    I was always scared to send cakes too, I would hate for it to get moldy and make him sick!
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    Can you avoid cakes going bad by vacuum sealing them? I've always wondered that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cllgefrk13 View Post
    Tired of cookies and brownies? I NEVER get tired of cookies and brownies

    I was always scared to send cakes too, I would hate for it to get moldy and make him sick!
    that's what I was gonna say





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    I'm going to try to make Rice Crispy treats with fruity pebbles!! Thats a great idea, thank you for posting it!
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