Do you participate with cookie exchanges? If not you will be amazed at how simple and how fun sharing cookies with friends and family can be. Stop by your local Publix grocery store and pick out your favorite Betty Crocker cookie mix. While you are at Publix grab a Ziploc holiday container for the cookies.
Betty Crocker has so many different cookie mixes and so many easy recipes to make gourmet cookies. I went with just the chocolate chip cookies because my husband likes these cookies. Baking cookies can be fun for the whole family.
One way to get several different cookies is by having a cookie exchange with friends, family or co-workers.
Make It Special!
• Assign each guest one recipe, or choose recipes among a group of friends. Each guest bakes and brings a dozen cookies for each guest to take home. So for example, if there are six of you, each person makes six-dozen cookies.
• Print cookie recipes for each guest on festive computer paper or cardstock
• Purchase inexpensive large, plastic holiday trays for cookie collecting, even better a Ziploc holiday container for each guest!
I work full time and I honestly have no time for making homemade cookies. The holidays can be stressful enough without the added stress of homemade baking. I have not met my neighbors yet, I have lived in this house for a year this month. I am thinking of making a few batches of cookies for my neighbor for the holidays. I couldn’t think of a better way to introduce myself to the neighbors.
You can stock up now at Publix and grab a coupon to save a little bit of money on cookie mixes. Don’t forget you can use a manufacturer coupon and a store coupon for extra savings.
- Betty Crocker Cookie Mix
- Stick of butter- soften
- One egg
- Empty the cookie mix, egg, and butter in a bowl. Mix well , drop the mixture on a cookie sheet. Bake at 375 degrees for about 8 minutes.
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