Sugar Mama Vegan Cookie Swap & Holiday Party 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 3rd Annual Sugar Mama Vegan Cookie Swap!

Dust your apron off because the cookie competition will be fierce!

Hosted by VEGWORCESTER and Worcester Vegan Meetup

Free! / Ugly sweaters & holiday attire encouraged!

Kick-Ass Prizes for:

Most delicious vegan cookie
Most attractive vegan cookie
Most awesome ugly sweater or holiday attire

Feel free to bring any vegan food/drinks to share. Note: If you don’t have time to bake/enter the swap but want to attend the partay, please come! Bring another vegan food/drink item to share or participate in ugly sweater/holiday attire contest! Do it. If you didn't come last year, you missed out. Make themm cookies, and learn what it takes to "hold the apron" as Sugar Mama!

Review & photos of last years event: http://vegworcester.com/2013/01/07/2nd-annual-sugar-mama-vegan-cookie-swap-a-success/
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The Rules of the Cookie Exchange

All cookies for the contest must be entered onto the table between approx 7:00pm~7:30pm. (If you show up later you can still swap, but won't be eligible for the contest.)

All cookie ingredients must be vegan. No exceptions! This means no eggs, milk, dairy, honey, gelatin, etc.

Please bring 6 dozen total cookies. Why 6 dozen? It sounds like a lot, but to make the event work, people can taste 1 of your cookies at the party and take a couple of your cookies home. (For example, if we have 15 entrants that each make 6 dozen cookies everyone will be able to taste one of your cookies at the party and bring 2 of your cookies home, and it leaves a few extra cookies for you as testers.)

All entries must be cookie-like. They should be homemade. Cookie bars are okay, and gluten free or raw versions are fine too! Stray way from cookie mixes and anything with wet toppings that don’t dry. We don’t want 30 plain chocolate chip entries either, so be creative!

Arrange cookie entry on a platter and bring another large container to carry away your cookies. AGAIN. This is important- Bring a LARGEEEEEEE tupperware container for the cookies you will get from the other plates. I mean.. LARGE!

Label your cookies with the TYPE of cookie it is and bring a copy of your recipe or at least the ingredients. A standard index card is the best method!

Our advice: Make your cookies the night before, so you’re not rushing and cookies have time to cool/dry.

Only ONE can be crowned Sugar Mama, but everyone who enters will go home with a bunch of different vegan cookies and a smile on their face

This is your last chance to eat plates full of cookies before your well-meaning New Years Resolution, so don't mess around. Come and join us.

There is also a Facebook Event for this: https://www.facebook.com/events/321575217983702/

Location: 76 Webster St. Worcester, MA. Only a couple minutes off of exit 10 from I-290. In the same building as Scallywags Tattoo shop. On the left. Located just past Hope Cemetery. Parking is located behind the building. The entrance is where the RE AWNING is along the street- and reads 70. Take the stairs to the third floor. We'll tape a sign to the door so you know you're in the right place.

Email [masked] if you have any questions!

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  • Aladdin C.

    Thank you to all the organizers. What an enjoyable meetup!

    December 13, 2013

  • VegPanda

    DIRECTIONS: 76 Webster St. Worcester, MA (Different location than last year) Only a couple minutes off exit 10 from I-290. In the same building as Scallywags Tattoo shop. Located just past Hope Cemetery. Parking is located behind the building, entrance to the parking lot is next to the tattoo shop. The entrance to the party is where the RED AWNING is along the street- and reads 70 (directly across the street from the yellow Mass Auto Recycling Sign.) Take the stairs to the third floor. We'll tape a sign to the door so you know you're in the right place.

    December 11, 2013

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