Betty Crocker Holiday Cookies 2007 - (Page 4)

cookie exchange 101 Cookie Exchange 101 Hosting a cookie exchange is a wonderful way to get into the holiday spirit, spend time with friends and family, and wind up with a variety of cookies at the same time (talk about multi-tasking!). Follow this step-by-step guide to hosting a cookie exchange and let the cookie baking begin! Peppermint Tea Cakes, p. 12 Ethel’s Sugar Cookies, p. 10 How to Host a Cookie Exchange » Pick a date. Weekends book up fast during the » E-mail invites are quick and efficient but if you holidays so consider a weeknight or Sunday afternoon. Send the invitations a month before the exchange to give your guests plenty of notice. » Invite up to 15 people so you ultimately have a total of about 12 participants, including yourself. Chances are not everyone will be able to attend and padding the invite list will help ensure your exchange is well-attended. can find the time a handmade invitation— mailed or hand-delivered—will make the event all the more special. A fun invitation also helps create excitement for the exchange and can serve as a keepsake. » Assign each guest a recipe. This prevents duplicates and ensures that everyone will end up with a wide variety of cookies (you may love Toffee Bars, but do you really want six dozen?). Send a copy of the recipe along with the invitation.  Betty Crocker Holiday Cookies

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Betty Crocker Holiday Cookies 2007

Holiday Cookies 2007
Cookie Exchange 101
Holiday Favorites
Prize-Winning Recipes
Great for Gift Giving
Gift Giving
Holiday Baking with Kids
Kids in the Kitchen
Nutrition and Recipe Testing Guidelines

Betty Crocker Holiday Cookies 2007