Cookie Swap

Cookie Swap

Simplify your holiday baking by hosting a cookie swap. Invite a group of friends, and have each person make enough of one kind of cookie to share. At the party, sample the treats, then trade and package them in appealing assortments. Everyone leaves with finished gifts -- and plenty of new recipes. Martha Stewart offers 8 steps to hosting the perfect cookie swap meet. Or check out Robin Olson's site, too. 

We recently attended a cookie swap, and just for fun, put out a plate of Fowler's Sponge Candy. The chocolate nuggets of goodness worked well to make attractive plates of cookies for everyone to share with their family. 

Everyone may have a different cookie preference - chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, or plain sugar cookies. But everyone agrees on Fowler's Sponge Candy




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