Do you attend or actually throw cookie exchange events? I have friends in Fort Myer who take this stuff seriously. They go to great lengths to creative beautiful cookies that hopefully taste good too. One year I accepted an invitation but it was revoked when I said I’ll bring some bubbles and just watch. No cookies, no entrance. So this year, I’m going to give my baking skills a go with the help of social media tips. I found some great recipes showing how to be the envy of your Holiday Cookie Exchange this year and I’m sharing them here for TikTok Tuesday.
There is nothing more festive than a plate of beautiful sweet treats on your holiday table and cookies are a long standing tradition. You can always turn to Martha Stewart for help. Her website has all kinds of tips for both hosting and participating in a cookie swaps. Those tips include some recipes. By the way, I didn’t seen her comment on the etiquette on rescinding invitations. However, there is one rule that should not be broken. Store bought cookies are frowned upon even more so than no cookies at these gatherings.
You don’t have to have a TikTok account to view these videos. We can use mine. Just scroll down and hit play from here. In addition, some of these are easy enough that you can include the kids. Have some fun in the kitchen together. They can keep any that aren’t perfect for the party.
Finally, check out these six delicous looking recipes for TikTok Tuesday. Try a practise run to work out the kinks and you can be the envy of your Holiday Cookie Exchange this year. Good luck in the kitchen.