YOUTH – BAKED GOODS

COMMITTEE

Mary Ann Honaker

DEPARTMENT – HOME ECONOMICS FOODS

(See General Rules and Regulations)

RULES

1. In general, baked goods will be judged for appearance, crust condition, texture and flavor.

2. Entries are to be put in zip lock bag when possible. Example-Cookies, muffins, biscuits, candy, other entries can use clear wrap.

3. When necessary, baked goods will be opened for determination of texture and flavor.

4. Adult and Youth Foods-In all cake classes except decorated cakes, entries should be 1/2 a cake instead of a whole.

YOUTH CLASS DIVIDED BY AGE:

Junior Class – Thru 12
Senior Class – 13-19 Years

CLASS PRIZE AWARD

1st – $3
2nd – $2
3rd – $1

BREAD AND ROLLS

1. Yeast Bread, 1 loaf
2. Yeast Rolls, 4
3. Biscuits any, 4
4. Cornbread, 1/2 of 8”
5. Corn Muffins, 4
6. Muffins other, 4
7. Banana Nut Bread, 1 loaf

CAKES

8. Angel Food, 1/2
9. Chocolate with frosting, 1/2
10. Coconut Cake, 1/2
11. Pound Cake, 1/2
12.Cake other with frosting,1/2
13. Decorated Cake, whole
14. Cupcakes with frosting, 4 COOKIES
15. Peanut Butter, 4
16. Chocolate Chip, 4
17. Sugar Cookies, 4
18. Brownies, 4
19. Bar Cookies, 4

CANDY

20. Chocolate Fudge, 4
21. Peanut Butter Fudge, 4
22. Candy Balls Dipped, 4

PIES

23. Apple
24. Peach
25. Coconut
26. Lemon Chess
27. Pumpkin

No Custard or Cream Pies Allowed

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