Corporate Cookie Gift Ideas

Break the Mold of Boring Gifts You are going to a trade show or conference. What will you get? Maybe another mouse pad with corporate logo? You haven't used a mouse pad in five years. Maybe you'll get a calendar? But you use a digitized one. Perhaps a pen? That's ok. At least you'll use it. We all know how impersonal, and downright boring, corporate business gifts can be. For your next event, tradeshow, meeting, conference, meet-and-greet, holiday, or special occasion, try something different. Cookies. It is genius! They're sweet; they're small; they can be customized with your business's logo and name; and, unlike a mouse pad or a calendar, they'll get used. Here are some corporate cookie gift ideas to consider. Corporate Logo Cookies You can find services that recreate your logo onto cookies. These are picture-perfect representations - and delicious Read more

How to Make a Cookie Pop

Have you ever seen those darling cookies on a stick and wondered if you could make them yourself? You can! It's so easy and so much cheaper than ordering a cookie bouquet online. You can make them in any colors and flavors you like and display them at a party or give them as gifts. If this has ever crossed your mind before, or if you're curious how it would be done, then you are in the right place! Below, you will find easy instructions to make your own decorated cookie favors! Easy, inexpensive and exciting; the perfect favors for your next party or get-together! Cookies as Party Favors How to get started If you want to give your pops as a favor at the end of the night, wrap each one in cellophane individually and tie with a ribbon. This will not only make them easier to travel with, but they will appear as cookie favors and not part of the party food. Cookie Read more

A Sweet Favor – Cookies!

Add Delicious-ness to the Party If you're throwing a bridal or baby shower, you'll want to include memorable favors for your guests to take home. Some people even choose to give favors at children's or adults' birthday parties, too. No matter the reason for your celebration, one good idea is to give a favor that the guests will really enjoy. How about something scrumptious like cookie favors? Image by hindsightbride on Flickr Introduction to Cookies Baking in Style Cookies can come in every shape, size, color, and type imaginable. Today's gourmet cookies are wonderful treats all by themselves, without too many frills needed! You can dress them up with pretty wrappings and your guests will marvel at the thought and time you took to make such a lovely bundle. Only you have to know how easy it was! To Bake Read more

Making Tasty Skillet Cookies

Fast, Easy & Yummy Cookies Skillet cookies are interesting to make if you've never tried them, and once you get the hang of them, they're really easy. You'll make them over and over again. They call for simple ingredients and no oven! Just a stovetop will do. Fun fact: the reason these cookies are called skillet cookies is because they are baked on skillet or griddle much like a pancake! Getting Started Grab Your Skillet! There's also another version of the skillet cookie that is boiled in a pot on the stove and then dropped into cookie form. Both are considered old time skillet cookies. You can also fry them in oil as one of the recipes below does! Try out these recipes and different methods and see what a delicious, gourmet cookie you can make on top of the stove! Prep time: 10 min Cook time: 20 min Ready in: 30 min Yields: 12 Ingredients 2 eggs Read more

Regular vs Double Stuffed Oreos - Which is Better?

Let the Battle Begin Oreo lovers everywhere have been debating whether the original dark sandwich cookie or the newcomer, Double Stuf Oreo, is better. How can such a thing be judged? There are two sides to the cookie debate that must be looked at to form an opinion. But keep in mind, you really can't go wrong with it comes to chocolate cookies with a cream filling. Am I right? Let's take a closer look. Purist vs. Modern Appeal Old vs. New Oreo aficionados can tell an original Oreo from a Double Stuf at twenty paces. They may scoff at the Double Stuf's showy attitude and consider it too flamboyant for the average cookie eater. Oreo purists want their original cookie just as Nabisco first made it. They want the right amount of cookie crunch and the right amount of creamy center. Throw off the balance and there's too much cream to scrape off with your Read more