Sunday, November 5, 2017

The Virtual Cookie Exchange Blog Hop

The Virtual Cookie Exchange Blog Hop is more than just about cookies.
It's about Christmas traditions, Christmas quilts, candy recipes, and of course, COOKIES.


I know, I know, we're all on a diet, don't bake cookies anymore, don't eat sugar, blah, blah, blah,
but...
we all have Christmas traditions and quilts so come share them with us.
It's only for three days, December 5, 6, and 7.

Every year I am amazed at the wonderful cookie recipes that have been shared,
but this year I decided it needed to be more than cookies. Blame it on a rough year,
getting older, feeling nostalgic, whatever, but I want to know what you do for
Christmas to keep your family heritage alive. Won't you come blog hop with me?

If you don't have a blog, I am more than willing to share your recipe/tradition on my blog.
Just let me know and I'll help you share.


I promise there will be a couple giveaways and you'll be welcome to have
a giveaway on your special day, too. Leave a comment (I'll need your email address)
saying, "I'm in" or send me an email to join in. You know you want to! It's all about traditions...



Here's the recipe for those yummy looking cookies in the photo above:





16 comments:

  1. So yummiest blog hop.Thanks for the recipe!!

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  2. You know I'm in. Can't wait to see some new yummy cookie recipes!!

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  3. YUMMY BLOG HOP!Thanks for sharing!
    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  4. Thanks for the recipe Carol. They sound so yummy!

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  5. Thank you for the recipe. These are my favorite to eat, but I've never baked them...until now. I don't have a blog, but would love to participate!

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    1. Annette, I don't have your contact info but I'd love to put your post on my blog. Email me at sewswift6 at gmail dot com.

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  6. Sign me up! Don't you find that quilters are also great cooks? I've had fun with some of the recipes on this exchange in the past - a fun tradition!

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  7. I'd love to join in and share a favorite recipe! Narrowing it down to just one will be the problem! duchick at gmail dot com

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  8. Sounds wonderful! Can't wait to see what you all share!

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  9. Cookies are part of Christmas in my world. I have a holiday cookie recipe on my blog.
    My grandmother made them when I was a young girl and now I make them to pass out during this time of year.
    Should I send you the link to the recipe?

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  10. You know I will play along...and now Tevye is going to sing in my head all day, that musical is a fave around here with my boys.

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  11. Sounds like fun Carol, I would love to take part!

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  12. Yes, count me in. Karen
    kthurn(at)bektel(dot)com

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  13. Sounds like fun, anything to make me more fluffy.

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  14. I would love to join but I don't blog. Theresa

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  15. Please add me to your list. I will be testing an easy peasy recipe tomorrow. Hopefully it will work, if not, a quilt it will be. Take care, Selina

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