Christmas Dinner Pre-Orders Now Open!
Whether you’re hosting an intimate dinner or a family feast, we’ve got the turkey and all the trimmings you need to enjoy Christmas with your loved ones. Pre-order by December 20 for pickup on December 22–23.
Having a cookie exchange is a great way to get together with friends and can be a wonderful part of your holiday celebrations. The bonus is that you make multiple batches of 1 cookie and take home a variety of cookies and squares to enjoy during the holidays.
There are different ways to set up your cookie exchange, but the easiest is for everyone to bake 1 kind of cookie or square and make enough to give every guest 6 or 12 of them. If you have a larger number of guests, they can bring 6 for each guest; if you have a smaller number of guests, they can bring 12.
We have put together a list to help you plan and execute a memorable cookie exchange.
One month ahead, send invitations to 8-10 people and outline the idea and the guidelines. Give address, time, and any directions to get people there. Include the following:
2-3 weeks before the event, contact those that have said they are coming and tell them:
Any cookie or square could be taken to a cookie exchange. Here are some of our favourites, chosen because they make large recipes or are sturdy enough to travel to the party.