The country's biggest promoter of the cookie swapping party writes the ultimate cookie recipe book, with ideas, tips and organizing plans for anyone to throw the best baking event ever. Robin Olson popularized the cookie swap: a party where a group of people get together, bringing a large quantity of a favorite recipe or two of their own and trade with other guests so that each attendee leaves with enough variety boxes of cookies and bars to give out as gifts, care packages, camp mailings, etc. Included in COOKIE PARTY: --176 recipes for classic and fun cookies, bars, no-bakes and simple candies (such as Peppermint Pinwheel Cookies, Butterscotch Bars, Lemon Melting Moments, Cappuccino Bonbons, etc.) --Tips for entertaining a room full of bakers with savories, drinks and sweets --Smart cookie shipping ideas --Recipe index --Inspiration for coming up with your own cookies, displaying your special chef's touchFor an early 1960s theme party, encourage guests do their best aJackie Oa by wearing pearls, pillbox hats, and white ... For the early a#39;60s Christmas look, it was quite common to see simple paper cutouts as decorations, usually purchased at aanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cookie Party Cookbook|
|Author||:||Robin L. Olson|
|Publisher||:||Macmillan - 2010-10-12|