Time to Exchange Some Cookies

09 Dec

After looking at this picture, Monday can’t come soon enough!  And that’s because it’s cookie time at the Library!  That’s right – you heard correctly.  We regularly feed your minds with our awesome variety of books and movies, and now we plan to feed your tummies, too!  Here are the details:

Be there or be square Monday, Dec. 12th at 4:30 p.m.  Please take particular note of the time.  We often start our monthly cooking classes at 2:00, but we’re starting later because we want all of the kiddos to have a chance to join us.  We’ll have sugar cookies for them to decorate, and we’ll be sharing some fun facts about cookies and cookie exchanges.  I’m going to demonstrate my mother’s awesome frosting that is a no-fail, go-to recipe that I use all the time.  Now for the exchange:  If you want to participate, please bring 2 dozen homemade cookies (bar cookies and brownies are acceptable, too) that you would like to share with the group.  We would also love to have your recipe, so please bring it with you.  We plan to make copies of all of the recipes to distribute to everyone at the party.  We’ll then display all of the cookies and give everyone a chance to grab a few from each plate – you’ll eventually end up with 2 dozen to take home to share with your family and friends (or keep all to yourself!).  And you’ll have some great, new recipes to try out this holiday season.  Ah, I already have visions of snickerdoodles, mint brownies, and rolo cookies dancing in my head.  Like I said, Monday can’t come soon enough!

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Posted by on December 9, 2011 in Uncategorized


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