What food makes the most money at the fundraiser?After hosting many fundraising events, I thought I would share some of my best moneymakers.Why did an event not take full advantage of it?Everyone wants to sell certain foods at the fundraiser, but which ones are best for your organization.Keep reading and look at my successes and failures where licensed food works best.I will even add some recipes, although the best moneymakers don't need much in terms of recipes.Good luck in the event!!Hot Dogs...I remember the woman who helped me organize my first event had one of the trickiest problems before I took part in the event for the first time.I want a hot dog at this event, but I want a good one.Sounds easy, right?Not so much so.There are many kinds of hot dogs.Beef, turkey, and suspicious meat hot dogs.We had hot dogs for two weeks.Not only do we need a delicious hot dog, but we also need a hot dog with the best price and profit.This is my conclusion...Sam's Club has the biggest stakes.They sold a box of 80 hot dogs for less than $20.The cost of each dog.25 cents.You can't forget that this volume must also be charged to your cost.Now you can also buy your rolls at Sam's Club, but I found a better price at Aldi club.However, not everyone is close to Aldi's food store.The price of my hot dog is about 50 cents.If I sell them for a dollar, I make $40.The box of 80 beef hot dogs is 00.I just doubled my money and it doesn't seem enough.So I added some common condiments like onions, ketchup and mustard and even crushed peppers.I can't charge $1.50 dogs each and I can't feel like I'm robbing anyone.Now I make $120.The price of 80 hot dogs is 00..The profit is $100!!!In order to make them and save on kitchen costs (most event venues charge extra if you want to use their kitchen), I use an electric frying pan that holds all 80 hot dogs.I put them all there first and add water enough to allow the steam to flow fully.My franchisees make these dogs turn so they don't get burned, but they don't last long enough to make this happen.There are pros and cons of making saurkraut.I tried it in previous events but didn't really move it.One of the great things about Saurkraut is that for some reason it makes people want to eat hot dogs, even though they don't want to eat saurkraut.Less than $5.00 whole gallon so this is a judgment you have to make and I decided to stop using it.My family doesn't want to eat saurkraut for a week and when you have a gallon left, someone has to eat it or throw it away and they want to waste their time.The Burger Grill is a popular project, but it's not as profitable as a hot dog.Ground beef is expensive and you can buy it if you want to sell it.99 cents a pound, but it's doubtful.One of the dis-The advantage is that someone has to arrive early and then ship it to the event site with a canpot.As everything goes on, you yourself as an organizer will not have time to achieve this, and if you really accept it, you will put a lot of pressure on the already tense events.In my opinion, leave the barbecue to the Sunday football match in the living room.Grind the beef Brown and drain it.Pour all the rest of the food in and cook for an hour.Salt and pepper are optional.Since so many people are watching their salt intake, I am hesitant to add extra salt.Tacos are fairly new for the fundraising community.It's not very profitable, but it's a good seller, so you'll get a decent cash income from it if you can sell quanity.It's very simple to make, but I do have some operations to add.One-Have your franchisee scoop all the additives onto the bag.Allowing customers to do it on their own will cause prices to drop very quickly for certain items.Two-Buy your Frito bag in a place like Sam's Club.Cheap and easy to store.Three-Don't go too far in content.Four-Charge at least $2.50 to $3.This is the idea of a Taco bag.You open the Frito bag and spoon in taco ingriendi, such as taco meat, cheese, lettuce and salsa sauce, and put a fork in it and the customer will leave.It's interesting and different!!On this project, there will be different successes in different areas.In some activities, I have had great success in other activities that attract old customers, but I have not sold so much.When I knew there would be a younger crowd, I finally decided to carry this item only.I must have had 5 events before I started carrying vegetables.Spend so much time talking to suppliers and customers and hear how many people are paying attention to their weight or having children.A perfect idea.I know this should be on me early in organizing the game, but there's a hot dog problem...It does take some effort to eat fresh vegetables.Don't be fooled into buying vegetables that are already cut.Transportation costs money.OK, I will give you the little carrots, they are better and easy to count.In terms of what I sell, I insist on eating carrots and celery.I had a small cup of ranch dressing next to me.Sometimes I have kitchen vendors like elegant and simple and give them the chance to "donate" we will let people know that they have donated this product as a taste test, so that everyone has a chance to actually test a product and most of the time lead to the sale of that companyI had 10 small carrots and 10 celery sticks in my bag, and a cup of dipping sauce that I sold for $2.I sold out every time.I really don't want to post in this article about Sam's Club, but when it comes to buying things in bulk, even vegetables are not too expensive.In my experience, I find that if the food is brought to the attention of my senses in the right order, I will definitely get them.Where I grew up, it was common for people to sell hot dogs and sauerkraut in the yard.Once you get off the bus and smell the sauerkraut in the cold air, all you need to do is have it, no matter how early it is.You can eat caramel corn on the Carnival or on the funnel cake.We need it if we smell it.Attract your buyers with seasonal food.If it's summer, try baking corn on a corn cob and I 've seen this at the fair for $5.00 a COB!!If it's autumn, you can try to sell something like cider and spice cookies.Perfume is the first step to get people to your food stall like bees and honey.