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Party to Pretties – Cookie Swap!

by Emmadime

One of my favorite things about the holidays is all the cooking and baking and eating that goes on!! When I was little, my mom would throw these amazing cookie swaps – all I remember is sneaking out in my pjs and seeing a table covered in hundreds of different sweet treats. Everyone brings a few dozen cookies, you get to try anything you like, and then leave with handfuls of different recipes – it can’t get much better than that huh?

Image by WE ARE THE RHOADS

 

1.Linen Apron / 2.Wooden Measuring Spoons / 3.Rolling Pin / 4.French Press / 5.Blue Kitchen Timer / 6.Cookie Stamps / 7.Ceramic Milk Jug / 8.Tea Towel ( nom nom ) / 9.Oven Mitt

 

  1. Tania

    December 12, 2011

    Jordan ~ Your blog just makes me happy. Thank you!

  2. Justine

    December 12, 2011

    Oooh such pretty baking accoutrements! Makes me want to get in the kitchen right now. Alas, I’m at work.

    Work: Getting in the way of baking cookies since forever.

    ~Stop Me if You’ve Heard This One

  3. Hannah @ Sparrow + Spark!

    December 12, 2011

    I really love the idea of a cookie swap! I think it’s mainly an American concept so I’ve never really done it, but I totally could get on board with the idea!

    Love the nom nom nom towel!

  4. Jennifer

    December 12, 2011

    I’m actually going to my first cookie swap this weekend! And I can’t decide what to make. I’ve been doing a lot of cooking the last couple of weekends, lots of peppermint flavored things. I have to admit – I’m sort of tired of crushing peppermints and candy canes. I guess I’ll just have to bake something new ; )

  5. Susanne

    December 12, 2011

    I LOVE cookie parties. I’ve been to a couple and they have been completely wonderful. Something about a bunch of ladies huddled in the kitchen baking, swapping stories and recipes, feels so right. It doesn’t hurt to have a little spiked eggnog or irish coffee either. :)

  6. Leah @ Freutcake

    December 12, 2011

    Now this is my kind of party! Love it and love baking Christmas cookies. :)

  7. Michelle

    December 12, 2011

    LOVE cookie swaps! I just posted about how to throw one on my blog last week. SO many good cookies to try and a great excuse to get together with your girlfriends!

  8. bevy

    December 12, 2011

    the nom nom nom tea towel is too funny!

  9. Cassie

    December 12, 2011

    I adore the ceramic milk jug! I saw a glass one the other day at http://www.shopterrain.com and I just think they’re the coolest thing.

  10. Tara

    December 13, 2011

    Love your post. Heading to my first cookie swap party this wkd. Care to share your favorite cookie recipe?

  11. Chaucee // The Fieldbook

    December 13, 2011

    This is an adorable post! That first photo looks sooooo delicious!

  12. houseofearnest

    December 14, 2011

    oh my goodness… my mom used to go to cookie swaps all the time! We used to stay up so late just waiting for her to get home with the goodies! I think it is such a sweet tradition and really want to start it with my friends!

  13. teresa

    December 15, 2011

    Love your apron! Holly cow cute! Love cookies parties…had one last week.
    Merry Christmas

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