I stumbled across this darling little cookbook that is free on Kindle right now, and with the holidays coming soon, thought I’d pass it on to you.
This is a one-stop book for a cookie swap and includes tips on how to plan a cookie swap party as well as recipes for out-of-the-ordinary cookies.
Product Description [from Amazon's site]
Everything you need to know to host a cookie exchange! You’ll find easy-to-follow how-to’s with a handy checklist to make swapping a cinch, clever invitations and a recipe card to copy and color, tried & true recipes plus nifty ideas for packaging and presenting cookies. Try nutty butterscotch squares, chocolate-vanilla swirl cookies, magical creme wafers, chocolate peanut butter secrets and more, including recipes for fudge, caramels and hard tack candy too!
It reminds me of the time when Grandma Duck sent a box of homemade peppermint candy to Mama Duck and her college roommates. I still have visions of it. The Holiday Peppermint Fudge in this cookbook might rival Grandma Duck’s peppermint candy though. Of course, I couldn’t possibly say for sure unless I tried them both at the same time (Hint hint, Grandma Duck!).
We can help you begin your stylish party with our Holiday Treat & Cookie Exchange Invitation or Cookie Photo Gingerbread Village Invitation. If you are inviting children, they’ll get super-excited when they see a custom-worded Gingerbread Holiday Birthday Invitation.
I’m not being compensated for writing this and am not affiliated with the author– just passing on the good deal and yummy ideas!
Happy baking and may all your holidays be sweet,