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Holiday Cookie Exchange @ Robyn's!

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  • HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!

    I love the holidays and one of my favorite parts of the season is baking and sharing goodies with friends and family. I'd like to host a cookie exchange and hope you can join me for an afternoon/evening of holiday cheer. I'm asking each participant to bring 6 DOZEN HOMEMADE COOKIES. I'm limiting the number of guests to 12 total, so each guest will get 6 each of whatever everyone else is bringing. In your RSVP, please indicate what kind of cookie you will be bringing to share so we don't have duplicates.

    I'll provide coffee, cranberry tea, holiday music and movies (if desired). Please bring an APPETIZER to share with the group.

    Please RSVP respectfully. Don't take a spot unless you're sure you can commit to being here. Thank you.

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  • Chris

    Sign me up for Chocolate Crinkles.....I'll be dropping off my cookies and dashing. Will stop back after my other event.

    December 8, 2010

  • Robyn B

    Hi Marla - let's say as long as the candy is homemade, "stackable" and freezes well, it's a go!! I think fudge will work fine. I hate having to spell some of this stuff out, but I've been to cookie exchanges where people brought store-bought stuff and that's not what this is about. No breads or bars please!!

    November 15, 2010

  • Marla

    Can we bring Christmas candy instead? That way we would have candy and cookies to swap. Love to make fudge.

    November 15, 2010

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