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Old 10-09-2013, 10:27 AM   #1
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Baked goods ideas easy to make,travel & eat

My dd's college hockey team has what is called a Friends Room at the rink and for home games we (the family & friends) sit in there before/after and between periods with coffee/water etc and snacks. Since I live close I will be offering to bake since some people are coming from far away and staying in hotels. Of course I can go with the standard cookies/brownies but it will be a long 4 years if that is all I make. Any recipes that travel well and are easy to pick up and eat would be greatly appreciated. I'm a fairly good baker although I don't roll things out well so if you could avoid that it would be great.
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how about some breads like pumpkin bread, cherry bread, etc?. they travel well and slicing them shouldn't be too hard. maybe some popcorn mixes.
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Peanut butter Tandy cake, it is real easy and cuts up like brownies, but need to be careful with peanut allergies. Banana bread too is easy. Chocolate chip cookie bars....
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7 layer bars, apple or pumpkin muffins ( you can google some good whole wheat recipes for these), chex mix (sweet or savory), spiced pecans, chips and salsa, maybe some crock pot dips or chili like recipe?
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Sausage and cheese balls. Yummy and they pack well.
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Sunbutter or almond butter are good alternatives to peanut butter and avoid allergy concerns for most people. They're both readily available in most supermarkets anymore. Making quick bread sandwiches with spreadable cream cheese gives a nice flavor contrast.
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Wow butter is a soy form of "peanut" butter but it's peanut allergen friendly and bakes well. You can get it at Meijer stores.

We do a lot of oatmeal breakfast cookies during soccer season when we have early games - I got a recipe from Oh Toodles! and just adapted it for our dairy allergy boys. They love them You can also look into coffee cakes - some can be made in 8X11 dishes. A favorite cake? Take a can of pureed pumpkin (not pumpkin pie mix, just plain pumpkin) and mix with a box of dry yellow cake mix. I add a bit of cinnamon and nutmeg to it. Bake. You can make an "icing" to top it by mixing powdered sugar with apple cider and then spoon it over the cake just before serving. My kids would eat the entire pan in one sitting if I'd let them, lol.
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We did something similar for my DD's equestrian team, but the shows were all day and the girls ate as well as the parents. I found the girls preferred healthy options to sweets-cheese and crackers, hummus and other dips, vegetable platters, pasta and other salads and sandwiches (picking up an assortment from Panera was a favorite). One thing I learned was to try to cover dietary needs. The team had many vegetarians and vegans as well as a few gluten intolerant riders. I would always try to pick up some gluten free treats from a local bakery becuase I knew two of the girls were gluten free, which made eating tricky.

My DD's team prided themselves on having the best food and would often invite other riders to have a snack with them.

And don't forget drinks-hot chocolate is great in the cold as well as mulled cider.
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