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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Barbara Grunes has written more than 45 cookbooks, Very Merry Cookie Party: How to Plan and Host a Christmas Cookie Exchange - Kindle edition by Barbara Grunes, Virginia Van Vynckt, France.
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So fun! There are matching plates, napkins, and other tableware. It has the text and exclamation point, plus three cute gnomes. Hosting a cookie exchange party is simple. Guests will get to sample everything and then take home a few of each, depending on how many guests you have and how many cookies each person brings. The cookies are the focal point of the party, so I set up plates for each flavor. The cookie label cards have space to write the cookie flavor on the front.

I decided on a simple white tablecloth so the color would pop. In the background, you can see I even dressed up my refrigerator with mod and merry wall clings.

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My dining table is smaller than most standard tablecloths. The metal stands are place card holders , so they can be reused for all kinds of parties. For a little party fun, I designed these cookie exchange voting ballots.


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Number each of the cookie flavors by writing on the back side of the cookie labels. Ask guests to bring their cookie recipes to the party so that everyone can get a copy of their favorites.


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You could also have guests email the recipes ahead of time so you can print them onto the recipe cards. Before your guests leave, make sure everyone gets to take home some cookies. I like these four-section Christmas treat boxes. The match the mod and merry colors and have room for about cookies.

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Sep 07, Stacy rated it it was ok Shelves: cookbook-or-nutrition , holiday. As far as the food photography goes, it was an excellent book. The book itself was okay. My biggest complaint is also my most frequent issue with cookbooks - why aren't there more pictures of the food?! Especially when the pictures that were included were so appealing Dec 26, Caithlin rated it liked it.

Tried out two of the recipes this year and they were both delish. Only downside was there are not pictures of all the cookies, and I also like when they tell you how long they can be stored for both dough and baked. Dec 10, Liz Lynch clevesy rated it it was amazing.

Love this book. It's from the library and I may need to go out and buy it. I made the candy cane cookies and they came out great. There are lots of other great looking recipes. Dec 06, Kathy rated it it was ok.

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I was disappointed because the book had great reviews from others. I found better recipes on blogs. Jun 08, Mckinley rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction , cooking , sweets , christmas. Starts with basics about hosting a cookie exchange followed by lots of recipes divided by type rolled, pressed, bars, etc.