The lovely folks at Storey Publishing have given me a copy of this fun cookie book Cookie Craft Christmas to give away—-and 3 sets of cookie craft cards to giveaway as well.

The first thing that struck me about the book, is its small stature. I love it, it is so cute and hardcover. The photos are all so good, and I love that so many of the cookies can be easily made using cookie cutters that most people probably already have on hand. While it is not really so much a recipe book, it is decorating how-to. The book also has all sorts of helpful hints of packing cookies for mailing, shipping, and cookie swap parties. I was very tempted to keep this book for myself :)

Here is how the giveaway works…leave a comment on this entry telling me your favorite kind of cookie by Tues Dec. 1st (at 11 am EST) and I will use the random number generator to pick winners. The first number picked wins the book, and the next 3 each win a cute little folder with 4 cookie cards and matching envelopes.

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145 Responses to Giveaway!

  1. shellei says:

    Greek sugar cookies- my mom used to make them and rolled them in colored sugar.

  2. Helen says:

    we don’t really do cookies so much here in the UK but I have a very nice chocolate chip one that I sometimes make

  3. CarrieS says:

    My favorite cookie is my Mom’s oatmeal raisin… mmm.

  4. Laurel says:

    My favorite holiday cookies are my mom’s jewel cookies. She uses her own homemade jam and they are just lovely!

  5. Liane says:

    Chocolate chip, every time! That book looks delightful!

  6. danielle says:

    Snickerdoodles! Also those kind with a hersey’s kiss in the center that i only ever see in christmas cookie spreads.

  7. Carla White says:

    white chocolate chip cookies all chewy and sweet!

  8. daisy says:

    almond are my favorite and drop cookies too! but it allways tastes the best made by yourself

  9. Amanda says:

    Ooh, fun!! My favorite is classic chocolate chip cookies. They have to be soft and gooey though.

  10. Jo James says:

    The required Christmas cookies here are Dooley’s (so named for a neighbor of a great-grandparent). They’re actually thumb print cookies. We have to make ones with stawberry jam rolled in walnuts for the latest generation, and ones with raspberry jam and pecans for the grands. Oh, and ones without nuts for the youngest. Yummy!

  11. Jenne says:

    My huband’s mom makes cream wafers. Soooo yummy!!

  12. Megan says:

    This book looks so fun! Snickerdoodles are my all time favorite cookie, and have been since I was a toddler. I’m also a really big fan of thumbprint cookies.

    ps. I was shopping at a neat thrift store last week, and came upon an entire booth filled with salt and pepper shakers. There was an entire section dedicated to mushroom shakers (big, small, some with faces). I thought of you! hahah

  13. christina says:

    white chocolate & cranberry are my current favorites!

  14. natalie says:

    i love snickerdoodles and chocolate chip cookies with no chips!

  15. Stacy says:

    I love pecan tassies!

  16. Sarah says:

    My mom’s oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are my favorite!

  17. Lyn says:

    my fave is white chocolate macadamia!
    yummy :D
    and loving the book + cards :)

  18. Meghan Bertke says:

    My husbands Grandmother makes the best molasses cookies. yum!

  19. Stephanie says:

    My grandma (who raised 13 kids)used to make “cabinet cookies” which were a big mixture of the left over sweets she could find. sometimes it was oatmeal, m&m’s and peanut butter. other times chocolate chips and raisins. But they were always delicious.

  20. Cait says:

    Mexican hot chocolate snickerdoodle.

  21. emma says:

    sugar cookies, because they are so fun to decorate with the little ones in your life :)

  22. Brittney says:

    White chocolate macadamia nut. Always has been and always will be =]

  23. Angela says:

    I would love a copy of the book! My favorite cookie is a snickerdoodle…

  24. Hilary S says:

    My favorite cookies are the Jello cookies – they are like shortbread cookies, but colored and flavored with gelatin. My mom would make them right before picking us up at school, so we had warm cookies waiting for us in the car after school. YUM!

  25. Maria says:

    Since I´m from Sweden my favorites cookies are swedish pepparkakor. It´s a super yummy cookie wiht ginger, clove, cardamom and cinnamon. They are the best!!

  26. Liz says:

    homemade chocolate chip cookies are always delicious, but my favorite holiday cookie is a simple, whimsical sugar cookie P: mmmm

  27. ‘Vanillekipferl’ are my favorites!

  28. brooke says:

    it’s a hard one, but i would have to go with the decorated sugar cookie since i only whip out my cookie cutters around christmas so it’s a special treat.

  29. Jane says:

    The old fashioned butter cookies. My Mom would roll them so thin sometimes they were hard to get off the pan. Then an entire day of decorating and putting my brother’s name on the back of the ones that didn’t turn out. A tradion my kids still continue.

  30. Beth says:

    I love love love it when my mom makes her homemade hermits at Christmas :)

  31. Cassie says:

    Gingersnaps! they are the best

  32. Amanda says:

    I love a good gingerbread, but you can’t go wrong with good ole’ chocolate chip

  33. linsey says:

    snickerdoodles! or a really really good chocolate chip cookie and some milk!

  34. Diamond says:

    Sugar cookies, hands down. You can mix anything into them, and my little girl loves them so I can’t pass. That book is adorable.

  35. Tanya says:

    A woman I know makes TO DIE FOR chocolate thumbprint cookies – I could eat them for days!

  36. Jaime says:

    I love the peanut butter cookies with a Hershey kiss in the middle…and molasses cookies…oh and…cookies are great! Thank you for the fun Christmas giveaway and a chance to win! :)

  37. andrea says:

    chewy gingersnaps are my absolute favorite.

  38. Jennie says:

    Ginger snaps…chewy ones YUM!

  39. lisa c says:

    My favorite cookies are a toss between cut out sugar cookies, spritz and snow balls(also known as Russian tea cakes). These are our traditional Christmas cookie must haves. The book looks fun!

  40. Kristi says:

    For Christmas, I have to say I love a simple cookie-cutter-cut-out butter cookie with sprinkles. YUM!

  41. Jaymi says:

    Peanut butter and nothing else. :)

  42. Karlee Fuchs says:

    LOVE LOVE the Snickerdoodle!!!

  43. Caoimhe says:

    chocolate shortbread cookies!

  44. meg says:

    I know they are the new cupcake and all, but I love me some french macarons!

  45. Tela says:

    My favorite cookie is a no bake cookie. I remeber making them as a kid. So easy to make and oooh so good. I make them now for my own kids who in turn love them!