Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Let's make cookies

Best way to cope with all the holiday hub-bub? Make some cookies!

That's what I did -- and guess what? You can too because I have a giveaway! HOORAY!

The super nice people at Betty Crocker sent me a super neato gift pack through the other super nice people at MyBlogSpark.

But that's not the best news. The best news is that they have another one for one lucky reader of the MAMGL blog! Yessirree!

Look at all the cool things included in this little giveaway!
I whipped up the cookies recently. Simple. And yummy.

It took some explaining before Cooper understood what molasses was. But once he tasted the cookies, he was a fan. So were the Captain and Jordan. The cookies didn't last long.

And did I mention I looked so cute in my little Betty Crocker apron?

Wanna' win one of these great little prize packs so you can eat some yummy molasses cookies and look adorable in your own apron? Sure you do.

All you have to do is leave a comment telling me how much you love molasses cookies. Or how making these cookies will help ease your holiday stress. Or just say Merry Christmas.

So, go ahead and leave a comment. I will use to select a winner so
it's fair and all. Hurry! Giveaway ends Sunday and the winner will be announced Monday.

Oh - and please make sure I have a way to contact you if you don't have a blog or email address or I don't know where you live already or whatever. OK? Thanks.

This giveaway is only open to U.S. entrants. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. I was provided a gift pack for myself and also one for this review and giveaway. All the other legal business blah blah blah stuff.

Many thanks to MyBlogSpark & Betty Crocker for this Giveaway Opportunity!

5 Wanna' ramble too?:

Best Sister in the World said...

I have made those and added some dark corn syrup to make them chewy. *I am not eligible for this giveaway*

Julie said...

we love molasses cookies :) they only last a few hours at our house

Kearsie said...

I'm a huge fan of molasses cookies. In fact, remember those Grandma's Cookies? The ones you bought in the single serving packages? The molasses ones were my favorite.

KaseysKrazyMommy said...

I'm a big fan of molasses cookies too! It is always one of the recipes that makes it on to our baking list this time of year.

Toystory said...

I do love molasses cookies, Christmas too... so Merry Christmas to you and yours!!!
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