Frozen Food Fundraisers

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Better ingredients. Made from scratch

It starts by using genuine ingredients. We use real cheeses, fresh garlic, real eggs and premium quality meats. Prepared in USDA AIBA facilities.

Our food is shrink-wrapped to seal in freshness. And every student’s order is individually boxed. Make your next frozen food fundraiser a big success.

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Frozen Food Fundraising Ideas

The frozen food fundraiser is perfect if you’re looking for variety of options to sell. You’re likely to turn heads with a few of the choices, particularly the Auntie Anne’s and Cinnabon brochure. Everything is made from scratch and shrink-wrapped to seal in freshness. Produced with genuine ingredients like fresh garlic and premium meats, these food options will sell themselves if need be.

Creative Frozen Food Fundraiser Ideas

Every order comes boxed, and we recommend ordering a couple things ahead of time to offer while you fundraise. Say you order the Hokey Pokey caramel corn from “Cookies ‘n’ More,” or the key lime pie from “Gourmet Pies.” A great selling point for frozen food fundraising products is that they can be re-frozen if not completely eaten. While we doubt that will be a problem, it’s a great selling point for families conscientious about wasting food.

What are some of the Frozen Food Fundraiser products?

“Share in the Goodness” is a great frozen food fundraising brochure option for variety. Gooey bites, jalapeño cheddar snack rolls, and Oreo chorus are all on the menu. Our favorite in this pack is the egg rolls! Some of the items in this brochure are microwave ready, and others, you just thaw and serve.

Some sponsors will want more than just pretzels and cinnamon rolls. Anyone who’s had a chance to experience Otis Spunkmeyer cookie dough is already familiar with its supreme quality and taste. “Otis Spunkmeyer Family Favorites” goes a step further by including Auntie Anne’s pretzels, Cinnabon cinnamon rolls along with a variety of pizzas, cheesecakes and so much more! This is our largest frozen food fundraiser, offering 43 total items.

The hidden gem of the frozen food show, however, is the “Auntie Anne’s and Cinnabon” brochure. While variety works well in a large setting or for gift giving, this collection is specific and can be a more focused fundraiser option—especially given the popularity of the items. Everyone is familiar with at least one of the two brands, and likely they’ll recognize both famous confections. Just the branding garners excitement; who can resist the thought of a sticky, doughy, cinnamon roll drizzled with that famous Cinnabon icing? There’s even the unusual option of the “Auntie Anne’s pretzel kit,” which allows you to either twist the dough yourself into that classic pretzel shape, or use it for deep dish pizzas, pretzel dogs, etc. This is one food fundraiser that we highly recommend making a batch of first because the smell alone will entice potential sales.

“Zap A Snack” is specific to French bread pizzas. These are great to have stocked in the kitchen freezer for busy weeks when everyone is “on their own” for dinner. The variety of toppings ensures everyone can get a delicious, hand-held pizza that will satisfy their stomach. These quality frozen food fundraiser products have proven to be favorites of moms across the country.

How much will I make with a Frozen Food Fundraiser?

Your profit varies depending on which items you sell, but we have a nifty tool that will help you estimate your specific profit as well as how many brochures you may need to order. When it comes to frozen food fundraisers, volume and participation are both critical components in maximizing your fundraising sales. Here’s a basic formula for figuring out how much you’ll need:

Calculation Steps

  1. Student Count x Student Item Goal = Items Sold
  2. Items Sold x Average Retail Price = Gross Sales
  3. Gross Sales x Profit % = Group Profit