Posted Dec 01, 2018
Looking for a fun and festive activity that will save time on your holiday baking in the process? Host a holiday cookie exchange! Gather your family and friends together, have them bring their favorite holiday treat to share, enjoy some mirth and merriment, and at the end of the night everyone gets to take home an amazing selection of cookies and candies.
The concept is simple; every cookie exchange party guest brings a different treat to trade. Each guest shows up with 11 dozen identical treats (10 to trade and 1 to share), so each guest leaves with 10 dozen assorted cookies and candies to share, eat or give as gifts. Follow these 5 simple steps to hosting a festive cookie exchange this holiday season!
SignUp.com makes it even easier to plan and host a cookie exchange this holiday season. Check out these adorable holiday-themed recipe and place cards and a step-by-step guide to planning a confection celebration that is anything but cookie-cutter!
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