I first participated in a Cookie Exchange and documented it in one of my early blogs here. It's a great concept. The premise is to gather a group of friends together. Everyone nominates one thing to bake and then bakes enough so that each person can get 10 serves each and then an extra serve to eat that night. On the designated night we all turn up and have a cuppa and a chinwag while sampling all the yummy treats that were made.
|Don't they look yum? This is our delightful hostess! Thanks so much for organising it N! xxx|
BTW, check out my completely cool vintage food colouring!
My father-in-law is arriving from overseas at the end of this week. I'm so happy that we will be able to offer him an impressive snack selection!
|All the goodies waiting to be taken home. There's included Cherry & coconut bikkies, Choc chip and Choc peppermint biscuits, Oreo truffles and pumpkin slice. (Mine are hidden in the reindeer bags!)|
Have you ever participated in a cookie exchange? What do you think is a good cookie to contribute/receive?
I was going to link this post in Essentially Jess's I Blog on Tuesday. I did blog it for Tuesday. It just has taken me awhile to work out how to get some photos onto here, so I missed the submission. *Sad Face, bottom lip drops.* (Remember, I'm technically challenged...) And since it's taken me until Thursday to post, (and because this is a great example of being smart and frugal) I'm linking to I thrive on Thursday. And because this is an excellent activity for Mum's to do that the kids will appreciate, I'm linking with True Aim Education