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Our 2016 Holiday Cookie Contest is Now Closed.

Thank you to everyone who sumbitted their favorite holiday cookie recipe!

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Happy holiday baking!

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Calling all bakers! Our annual Holiday Cookie Recipe Contest is back. We’re looking for the best new cookie recipes for the holiday season.

Have you been perfecting your shortbread? Trying out a new twist on a holiday classic? If you’re already stocking up on baking essentials for the holidays (starting with butter, of course), this contest is for you. Enter your original recipes for a chance to win – first prize is $3,000!

Amateur and professional bakers are welcome to enter, and you may enter as many recipes as you like.

Entries must be received by November 1, 2016.

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  1. Marie said:

    Thank you for sponsoring such a great contest!

  2. Linda Raines said:

    Web brownies with the kitchen Aid mix would help me

    • Linda Raines said:

      Web brownies with the kitchen Aid mix would help me out a hold loty

  3. Debby Hill said:

    Sorry but I will be cooking my great great grandmothers oatmeal cookies. But they have plenty of butter in them. Of course when she made them she also made the butter

  4. Sharon said:

    I won’t even talk to ppl who don’t use REAL BUTTER in cookies