30 Days of Cookies

It’s the season of festivity and food. I don’t cook but I have been known to bake on rare occasion. Very rare occasion. Even though I don’t spend a lot of time in the kitchen I am always on the lookout for recipes, particularly for cookies and dessert, “just in case” I ever need to whip up a few batches of sweet treats. If you plan on gifting cookies to friends and family this holiday season or plan to attend any cookie exchange parties, Williams-Sonoma has you covered. This year they collaborated with 30 bakers and bloggers to come up with 30 holiday cookie recipes and all of the recipes are currently shared on their website. Try one or try them all. There’s nothing better than baking on a cold day with the oven to warm the house and having the smell of freshly baked cookies permeating through the air. Print the recipes even if you don’t plan to bake this holiday season because they can easily be adapted for anytime of the year. And if you need any baking supplies, be sure to take advantage of the free shipping they are currently offering. And don’t forget, you can also save money by signing up for The Key (read this post). Don’t these look yummy?

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A balanced diet is having a cookie in both hands.  –Paula Deen

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2 thoughts on “30 Days of Cookies

  1. Like you, I’m not a baker. However, I had been thinking of trying to start a new tradition for our family get together at Christmas next year. A cookie exchange would be a fun and creative way to come up with new recipes at Christmas. Plus we’d look forward to seeing and tasting the sweet “gifts” we made to exchange. I think my inspiration came from watching many (maybe too many), Food Network’s cookie challenges. 😋

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