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Cookie Dough Fundraiser

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Cookie Dough Fundraiser
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Top Cookie Dough Fundraisers

We offer only the finest gourmet cookie dough fundraiser products. Everyone loves Otis Spunkmeyer®, Mrs. Fields®, Nestlé® Toll House® and Classic Cookie®.

Top 20 flavors. Peanut Butter, Snickerdoodle, triple chocolate chip, and much more! No trans fat or artificial oils. Kosher certified. Ready to bake and delicious.

The most famous cookie dough brand in school fundraising. Feature all 9 best selling flavors.
Classic gourmet cookie dough flavors with a sweet variety of delicious candies mixed in.
Feature Reese's® Pieces & Peanut Butter Chips, Quaker® Oatmeal Raisin, and M&M's®.
15 pre-portioned cookie dough flavors. No preservatives or trans fat. Kosher Dairy Certified.
Our largest cookie dough fundraiser. 29 products. Choose either tubs or pre-portioned.
Promote 6 popular cookie dough flavors for one low $14 price. Comes in easy to sell 2 lb. tubs.
Sell cookie dough in 2.7 lb. tubs. All natural ingredients, no trans fat and kosher dairy certified.
Huge variety. Edible dough, 6 Nestlé® Toll House® flavors & Classic Cookie. Kosher Certified.
A once forbidden treat is now ready to eat! No baking required. Sell all 6 edible dough flavors.

What Our Customers Say

5

I don't think BFI could have handled this situation better. There were never any rosy promises, but they were able to get us out of the penalty for being under our goal with the cookie company. I guess somebody ate this cost somewhere. I will definitely consider BFI again, hopefully under better circumstances next time.

Brad Rashley
Sponsor
American Renaissance School Band and Chorus
Raised:
$1,569.00
5

Everything went great and delivery was quick and easy and everything was well labeled! Very efficient!

Morgan Steere
Class Advisor
Frankfort-Schuyler Central School
Raised:
$1,112.00
4

Delivered on time.

Mark Perry
LTC
Jones County High School JROTC
Raised:
$6,600.00
5

Answer all my questions in a timely manner. All items where pack very well. Very nice people. Always made sure everything was ok.

Stephanie Ross
Fundraising Coordinator
Playmates Childcare
Raised:
$10,004.50
5

The edible cookie dough was a great success for my group. They enjoyed selling it because it was something different! We had a great experience working with Big Fundraising Ideas. I would certainly recommend them!

Danielle Cornacchio
Choir Director
Minisink Valley High School
Raised:
$1,188.00
5

Delivery went very well and we were extremely pleased with how organized everything was. The only issue we had was with FedEx delivering a day late. All of our volunteers and parents were ready for pick up and then we found out last minute it wasn't showing up. Otherwise, we had a very successful fundraiser and look forward to doing business again with you in the future!

Steffanie Stevens
Sponsor
Benton Elementary
Raised:
$12,132.00
5

Our gym sold the edible cookie dough. The profits earned helped with the fees associated with the JamFest Super Nationals in Indianapolis, Indiana. Our overall experience was easy and pleasant.

Kelly Quedado
Booster President
Rockstar Cheer Boosters
Raised:
$2,952.00
5

The overall service that we received from Big Fundraising Ideas was exceptional. Product quality was outstanding and the sales incentives were excellent. We loved that the cookie dough orders came presorted.

Monica Wysong
PTA Fundraising Chair
Mireles Elementary
Raised:
$35,564.75
5

Great! Easy to get questions answered and complete the sale.

Kathy Lahti
Junior Class Advisor
Northwestern High School
Raised:
$3,160.00
5

Great service, great product. Very pleasant.

John Spizziri
FFA Advisor
Ryegate School
Raised:
$1,785.00
5

I don't think Big Fundraising Ideas could have handled this situation better. There were never any rosy promises, but they were able to get us out of the penalty for being under our goal with the cookie company. I guess somebody ate this cost somewhere. I will definitely consider Big Fundraising Ideas again, hopefully under better circumstances next time.

Brad Rashley
Music Director
American Renaissance School
Raised:
$1,569.00
5

Worked well, we just started late and behind the "8" ball. Last year we had right at 3 weeks to sell. This year we had sale at a time we really were not ready or planned for. Overall the experience was very good.

Gerald Murphy
Fundraiser Coordinator
DeSales High School
Raised:
$4,042.00
5

Good. Made $2,600

Mark Perry
LTC
Jones County High School JROTC
Raised:
$6,600.00
5

Our experience with your company was outstanding! Well organized from start to finished and out of all our orders (there were a TON) we only were missing 2 boxes of dough. I was so impressed and will certainly be looking to organize another fundraiser with this company in the future. Thank you for making it smooth and easy!

Grace Prue
Sponsor
Stafford Middle School
Raised:
$13,620.00
5

This was pretty straight forward. Easy to start and came all organized and labeled.

Kathy Lahti
Junior Class Advisor
Northwestern High School
Raised:
$3,160.00

Mom and daughter back cookiesHow Do Cookie Dough Fundraisers Work?

Premade cookie dough was first commercially available in the 1950s. Today it remains one of the most popular school fundraisers.

If you're interested in selling quality cookie dough, we can help.

First, select a cookie dough program. Each student receives a catalog, order form and prize flyer. We'll also provide a parent information letter with step by step instructions.

Encourage sellers to approach family, friends and work colleagues and ask them to buy 1 or more items. The typical school fundraiser cookie dough fundraiser lasts for 2 weeks.

Once your sale is over, send us your order forms for processing. You'll then receive a sales report and invoice. Your profit is the difference between what you collect and the invoice amount.

We'll also work with you to schedule your delivery.

 

Girl enjoying milk and cookiesWhy Our Cookie Dough Fundraiser?

  • Best Quality. We offer the best cookie dough brands in fundraising. Sell what people want, like Otis Spunkmeyer®, Mrs. Fields®, Nestlé®, Toll House®, or Classic Cookie®.
  • Largest Selection. Select from several brochures with a large variety of flavors. You can sell scoop & bake tubs, do a pre portioned cookie dough fundraiser, or offer both.
  • Prepacked Orders. Unlike most companies, we pack orders by seller, not by flavor. This makes delivery a breeze.
  • Exclusive Prize Programs. Motivate your students to sell by selecting one of our exciting incentive plans. Prizes are free.
  • Low Order Minimums. Free shipping for 400+ item orders.
  • Make Even More Online. Besides selling out of the brochure, your group can also raise money virtually. Only want to sell online? See our virtual cookie dough fundraiser.
  • Best Customer Service. We’ll offer timely support throughout your sale. You’ll receive information along the way with links to important resource material. Our goal is to make your fundraiser simple and profitable.
  • Start a Cookie Dough Fundraiser for Free. We’ll send you everything you need to get started, and there’s no upfront cost.

Questions About Cookie Dough Fundraisers

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Can you refreeze cookie dough?
Answer

Yes. You can thaw and refreeze our cookie dough for up to 1 year.

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How long can cookie dough stay at room temperature?
Answer

Cookie dough can be left at room temperature for about 2-4 hours. Our shelf-stable dough can go without refrigeration for up to 21 days.

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How long can you refrigerate cookie dough?
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As a general rule, about 1-2 weeks. You can refrigerate our shelf stable dough for as long as 6 months.

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Do you need to thaw cookie dough before baking?
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No. Bake for about 2-3 minutes longer than the original recipe recommends.

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Is cookie dough safe to eat?
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We don’t recommend eating raw dough. That’s why we offer edible cookie dough.

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What’s the difference between edible and regular cookie dough?
Answer

Our edible dough contains no eggs. And we use heat-treated flour to decrease the presence of microbial pathogens.

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Are there any allergies associated with cookie dough?
Answer

Cookie dough contains allergens, including wheat, eggs, soybeans, peanuts, tree nuts, and milk.

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Is cookie dough gluten free?
Answer

No. Our cookie dough contains wheat.

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Can you bake edible cookie dough?
Answer

No, it doesn’t have leavening agents in it. It won’t rise or spread.

Boy eating cookieCookie Dough Fundraising Suggestions & Tips

  • Set your group apart. Consider our edible cookie dough fundraiser.
  • If you’re looking for a lower-priced option, try our $14 dough.
  • Shelf-stable cookie dough can remain at room temperature longer. This makes order pickup more convenient for you and your parents.
  • Let your students know why they're selling and how many items you expect them to sell.
  • Tell everyone to collect money up front with the orders. Checks are payable to your group.
  • Remember, successful fundraising requires teamwork. Encourage your students to get family members involved. One idea is to ask mom and dad to take the cookie dough brochure to work.
More Cookie Dough Fundraiser Ideas

Cookies are present in approximately 68% of households in the US. Now imagine that number during the holiday season. According to the South Florida Reporter, Americans eat about 300 cookies every year. This equates to 35,000 cookies in a lifetime!

In another study, 21% of people say they eat at least 10 cookies a week. An estimated 31% of millennials say they prefer cookies over alcohol. This proves a school fundraiser cookie dough fundraiser is a dependable money maker.

Selling cookie dough is versatile because it can be successful both in and out of school. We can find candy, lollipops, and popcorn at the nearest drug store or minute market. But cookie dough is not as easy to come by outside the grocery store.

You can also add cookies into other grassroots fundraisers. For example, at snack tables, parties, or field days. Many colleges use cookie dough fundraising to maintain and grow funds for clubs. Aim to show up in the morning or late afternoon when students are feeling hungriest.

School fundraising is sweeter with cookie dough. We won’t encourage the consumption of raw cookie dough. But we love the classic smell of fresh baked cookies —and so does America. Many brochures are available, ranging from $14 to $20.

Our cookie dough is kosher certified and our pre-portioned is our most popular. Every cookie comes out equal, so the kids won’t fight over who gets the bigger cookie. Now that makes it all worth what you pay for it.

For those who still want to sell cookie dough, but for less, consider our $14 Dough. This fundraising brochure features 6 classic flavors, and comes in 2-pound tubs. It's also Kosher certified.

If you want name brand recognition, check out our Mrs. Fields® or Otis Spunkmeyer® cookie dough. Everyone can relate to the great taste and quality behind these names. Otis cookies contain no hydrogenated oils, no preservatives and 0 grams trans-fat.

Nestlé® Toll House® is a well-known classic that offers a shelf stable cookie dough. These catalogs will add instant credibility to your school fundraiser.

And speaking of the classics, Classic Cookie® dough uses real butter, and mixes in the richest chocolate, the finest cinnamons, vanillas, raisins, and nuts.

Edible cookie dough is all the rage and it's one of the fastest growing product types in this market segment. Check it out if you're looking for a simple and unique fundraising option.

The most popular time for a cookie dough sale will be before Thanksgiving and Christmas. The cookies will contribute to holiday dinners and events. They are also convenient additions to gifts.

You can hand out cookies during Secret Santa, or bring them to school for a holiday party. Everyone wants cookies come November 1st.

Our favorite holiday pick is Snickerdoodle, a buttery sweet flavor topped with cinnamon. We offer this flavor in most of our gourmet cookie dough fundraiser brochures.

See tips on how to have a successful cookie dough fundraiser