Friday, December 4, 2015

Land O Lakes® Butter and Pioneer Woman Cookware Giveaway!

Get ready...this giveaway is so fun!

To go along with my post for Land O Lakes® Butter yesterday (did you see the Butter Mint Cut-Out Cookies?), they are sponsoring a holiday giveaway! Yay!!!

Here's the low-down on all of the goodies that someone will win:

Pioneer Woman Cookware Bowl Set
Set of 15 Mix-and-Match Bowls from Pioneer Woman Cookware (15!!! Oh my gosh!)

Pioneer Woman Cookware Mugs
Set of 4 mugs from Pioneer Woman Cookware (OK...these are just the cheeriest way to start any morning!)

Pioneer Woman Cookware Ramekins
Set of 6 ramekins from Pioneer Woman Cookware (I use mine allllll the time.)

Pioneer Woman Cookware Butter Dish
Butter dish from Pioneer Woman Cookware (Um, this is the cutest.)

Pioneer Woman Cookware Country Garden Dishes
4 place settings of Country Garden Dinnerware from Pioneer Woman Cookware (I ran out and bought a set of these dishes the DAY PW's line was released. I absolutely LOOOOOVE them!)

butter
12 coupons for free Land O Lakes® Butter (butter!!!)

Dairy Good Cookbook
2 copies of Dairy Good Cookbook (You know this is a good one.)
*amazon affiliate link, thank you. 

Holiday cookie cutters (Not pictured, but who couldn't use more cookie cutters?)

To enter, leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite recipe to make over the holidays.

For an extra entry, spread the love. Share on Twitter, Facebook, email you sister, call your Nana, whatever. Leave a separate comment letting me know that you did.

Winner will be notified VIA EMAIL, not by posting on the blog, so make sure I have a way to contact you! 

US addresses only. Entries accepted through 11:59pm CST, December 8th.

Pioneer Woman Cookware and butter giveaway
Good luck and thank you to Land O Lakes® Butter and The Pioneer Woman for generously sponsoring this giveaway! 

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    1. Tweeted and shared on Facebook as well as a shout out to my family and friends.This would be the Ultimate Christmas present..LOVE the colors and designs..

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    2. My grandmother's sugar cookie recipe.

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  2. We look forward to a Cauliflower/Broccoli bake with Ritz crackers/ Land O Lakes butter, and Velveeta cheese. I only make it for the Holidays. Keeps it special.
    suep2007@yahoo.com

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  3. I love making peanut butter blossoms!

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  4. My family has been making a secret fudge recipe for years. It's to die for!

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  5. I love making my Mom's fudge recipe!

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  6. My favorite recipe to make over the holidays are my great grandma's almond moon cookies. They're dusted with powdered sugar and so tasty with a cup of coffee.

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  7. All my moms yummy cookie recipes: fudge, peanut butter blossoms, wedding cookies, magic bars!!!

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  8. Old-Fashioned Sugar Cookies.
    garynonnemacher @ comcast.net

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  9. I haven't made it in forever, but this year I am for sure making my mom's gumdrop fruitcake. Maybe I'm feeling especially nostalgic because she died Christmas Day 2014. So this will be my little way of honoring her.

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  10. Old-Fashioned Sugar Cookies.
    garynonnemacher @ comcast.net

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  11. I like the simple cornflake wreath cookies! They are the best!

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  12. Shared with my daughter via email.
    garynonnemacher @ comcast.net

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  13. I love to BAKE! some of my favorite Christmas time recipe is chocolate chip oatmeal cookies with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. The spices make the chocolate chips stand out!! I also like to make peanut butter fudge. Yummy!

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  14. Rolled out sugar cookies with lots of Butter!

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  15. Rolled out sugar cookies with lots of Butter!

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  16. It's a family tradition to have oatmeal raisin cookies and peanut butter cookies with kisses for christmas.

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  17. I bake dozens and dozens of cookie recipes passed down from my mother, grandmother. It was and continues to be a tradition. I am teaching my grandkids how to make these recipes so the holiday cookies can continue for another generation.

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  18. Christmas tree scones Christmas morning.

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  19. Every year I make strawberry bread. Wouldn't be Christmas without it!

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  20. Date nut balls! These were introduced to me by my mother in law 20+ years ago and I still love them..

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  21. I love to make frosted sugar cookies with lots of decorations on frosting.

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  22. Chocolate chip cookies

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  23. Nancylyndsey@gmail.comDecember 4, 2015 at 7:18 AM

    I have to make batches of No bake cookies for my family. !

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  24. Thumbprint cookies, belgian waffles with feesh whipped cream butter and cherries Christmas morning...and all of the good stuff that loved ones request

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  25. I'll be making shortbread cookies this season.

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  26. Date balls! Can't let the holidays pass without making them!

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  27. I like to make snowball/russian tea cake cookies every year!

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  28. I shared the link with my sister via messenger.

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  29. I'm so excited about this giveaway, LOVE LOVE LOVE the Pioneer Woman. In my family I'm known for my Homemade yeast rolls, buttery and light and since they are a touch sweet the dough can easily be made into cinnamon rolls. Thanks for a chance for the fun giveaway...crossing my fingers....PICK ME!

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  30. I love making those little crescent moon cookies over the holidays! They just taste 100x better this time of year :)

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  31. I love to make soft chewy ginger molasses cookies for the holidays. They fill the entire house with such a wonderful smell!

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  32. My favorite thing to make for the holidays is cranberry is cookies.

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  33. Our secret family recipe coffee cake - only eaten on Christmas morning!

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  34. I always bake at least 4 different kinds of Christmas cookies to give away, sometimes more. I try to change every year what cookies I make. But almost all of them use BUTTER! :)

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  35. I love making sweets at the holidays...cookies, chocolate covered pretzels, etc.

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  36. I make a cheese ball rolled in a mix of pecans and bacon that all my friends ask for every Christmas.

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  37. Salted Caramel Pretzel Bark is my favorite to make because Troy loves it so much. My favorite to eat is my Mom's Frosted Sugar Cookies. Yum!

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  38. I shared on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter!

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  39. I like to make all things candy at the holidays. Toffee, peanut brittle, fudge, truffles, peppermint bark... And the list goes on!

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  40. I like to make all things candy at the holidays. Toffee, peanut brittle, fudge, truffles, peppermint bark... And the list goes on!

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  41. I tweeted...
    https://twitter.com/acools/status/672770049963393024

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  42. I love cookie baking day with my sister-in-law - we have so much fun! We always make peanut butter blossoms, chocolate crinkle cookies and holiday M&M cookies. Thanks for the giveaway! meandmypinkmixer@yahoo.com

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  43. I love making a variety of cookies this time of year.

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  44. Sugar cookies. Then the family decorates (eats them as we decorate) to have has we open presents. Good yummy memories

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  45. My favorite recipes aren't what many people would consider "exciting", "trendy" or "way cool" as they're OLD family recipes, many that have been in the family for over a 100 years now. It's ones such as Gingerbread Cake (which actually TASTE like gingerbread, not this flavorless cardboard stuff out of a box so many kids today think of as gingerbread), the family squash pies instead of pumpkin pies. They are made with basically the same seasonings and our family likes them better than pumpkin. It's not Thanksgiving or Christmas without them. A few others that mean Christmas to us are what some call Gingerbread cookies, my older relatives always called them Ginger Cakes. The recipe is approximately 150 years old. My great-grandmother who was actually my babysitter and whom played a huge roll in raising my dad used to make these by the lard can fulls during the holidays. If you don't know what a lard can size is, picture the normal can of popcorn that is sold this time of year at Rite Aid and other locations and make it two to three times as large. THAT is the quantity people used to buy their lard. Once they finished a can they were GREAT for other storage uses. Then I have another great aunt's Applesauce Cake which turned out the best I've ever made this year due to a happy misfortune. I haven't even begun another great aunt's White Fruit Cakes or my one grandmother's peanut brittle. Thankfully my mother still makes her mother's Filled Cookies. Since they have a lot of raisins I've never been crazy about them but boy my brother loves them. It seemed each of the women in my family all had their holiday speciality. I somehow ended up with a lot of great aunts and all of my older relatives are gone now. My parents, whom are in their 70s are the older generation. Since I'm the baker in the family its somehow fallen to me to keep up all the traditions. We don't want to let the family traditions go but while each woman used to specialize in her one item, it's getting to be a lot of work for me to do them all. All I know is that baking techniques used to be VERY different than what we do today. However I don't want to mess with these recipes and especially with ones like the squash pies, every year they astound me that they work. They are SO different I don't understand how they always come together. Baking to me has always been a little "magical". When you think about it you put in an oven this wet, sloppy, often goopy mess and anywhere from a few minutes to an hour and a half later out comes this amazing treat.

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    1. That's a wonderful list of memor-recipes! Preserve them well!

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    2. Oatmeal cookies, gingerbread, and shortbread cookies.

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  46. I love making the same pizzelle recipe my parents have made throughout the years!

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  47. I love to make "sausage stars" appetizers

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  48. I always make Butter pecan cookies and English toffee

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  49. I tweeted about the giveaway https://twitter.com/mypinkmixerblog/status/672770712013246464

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  50. Pizzelles. It reminds me of my grandmother who always had a giant tin full of them when we would come for a visit.

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  51. Told my sister to visit your page today. Thx

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  52. Cream cheese cutouts are my families favorite!

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  53. Pecan sandies! It just wouldn't be the same without them.

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  54. Melissa tragickore@gmail.comDecember 4, 2015 at 7:38 AM

    I enjoy making a traditional Sicilian cookie ~ "Cucidati" (fig cookies)

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  55. I love to make the cookies of my childhood ....Pizzelle's. I make them for family, friends and hospice. I also shared on Facebook and Pinterest. Sbizon1@aol.com

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  56. I make everyone's fave Pumpkin Roll!

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  57. My favorite all time cookie recipe is Russian Teacakes.

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  58. Melissa tragickore@gmail.comDecember 4, 2015 at 7:40 AM

    I shared this on my personal facebook page

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  59. My favorite holiday recipe has to be my Grandma's eggplant parmigiana. I would never consider eating eggplant until my sister dared me to try Grandma's. I try hard to make just the way she did and my family loves it.

    I love The Pioneer Woman's cookware!

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  60. I emailed my mom and my sister!

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  61. I love making raspberry ribbons--it's a cookie recipe I found in Taste of Home magazine over a decade ago. We haven't five a Christmas without them since!

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  62. I enjoy baking lots of loaves of pumpkin and banana bread. Giving them away to family and friends is the best part! Plus....my house always smells so lovely!

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  63. I love our old family Nanamio recipe at Christmas.

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  64. I love our old family Nanamio recipe at Christmas.

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  65. Wow- what a great way to start my day. ����
    My favorite holiday recipe is pierogis- this year I made over 300 for the family to enjoy. I do a traditional potato, kraut, and my speciality is a creamed spinach pierogi - YUM.
    I'm definitely going to copy & paste this link to my two sisters as they love The Pioneer Woman ��

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  66. Sugar Cookies and royal icing!

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  67. I love making peppermint brownies!

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  68. Every year, the day after Thanksgiving, my grown daughters and I pull out Nonna's Christmas cookie recipes and bake up a storm! We make Russian teacakes, Almond Semolina Cookies, Anise Cookies and Bocche di Dama. We pack them for travel, after they are cool, and decorated. The girls say the traditional cookies are "seeds" for their holiday baking at home
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    Next year, the girls will have a new sister to help them when the oldest son marries. I hear she's looking forward to talking part in our tradition!

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  69. I make chocolate crinkle cookies, my kids call them snow cookies.

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  70. For Christmas I make ginger snaps and share them around. My mom also likes for me to make pecan pies. thanks!

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  71. Tweeted, shared on Facebook, Google+ & tumblr. Emailed and texted family & friends.

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  72. I like to make sugar cookies. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  73. I make homemade cinnamon rolls for breakfast to enjoy while watching the kiddos open their gifts from Santa

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  74. Addictive Christmas mix - mixture of cereal with a butterscotch, peanut butter, and of course land o lakes butter mixture on top sprinkled with Christmas M&Ms!

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  75. Called my cousin, she is a big fan of Ree Drumond also.

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  76. I love making toffee...and I use lots of butter and sugar!

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  77. We love orange rolls.

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  78. I love making raspberry thumbprint cookie for the holidays!!

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  79. White chocolate cranberry orange Bundt cake - it's a winner! Debbie the NY baker djkamm@juno.com

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  80. I pinned the giveaway on pinterest!

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  81. Peanut butter balls every year!

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  82. My fav thing to make for Christmas is funny gingerbreadmen. Every year I try to come up with something unusual to surprise my family at our Christmas party. In the past years I've done dinosaurs, odd animals, ninjas, mutants, zombies, tacky sweaters, Jason from Friday the 13th, and last year I did the characters from American Horror Story Freakshow. I'm not sure what undoing this year!

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  83. I love baking pies and cookies at Christmas time for neighbors, mail lady and friends!

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  84. I actually make a lot of spiced nuts which I both serve and put in cellophane bags and give as gifts. I stock up on nuts at Costco and seem to be making these all the time! T

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  85. Classic sugar cookies & we use cookie cutters & decorate with homemade icing.

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  86. Meringue cookies are my fave!

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  87. I love making saltine toffee.

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  88. Peanut butter balls...Learned from a dear friend who passed away in October....

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  89. I Love the Holidays but it is a sad time remembering my Mother and Grandmother that I lost many years ago. In memory I make Pumpkin Pies and Pumpkin Bread, cookies and my famous cranberry salad..These are family favorites wouldn't be the Holidays without them. jimelky78@yahoo.com...

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  90. I enjoy making brownies with a Heath bar melted in the middle, it always is a crowd pleaser and a decadent surprise!

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  91. Shared this amazing giveaway on Facebook 😊. Love it!

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  92. It's a family tradition to make tons of cookies!!! Every kind you can think of from old family passed down recipes, to new ones as well as. This year I am making Peanut Butter Bacon cookies with milk chocolate chips and peanut butter cups. Of course we use Land O' Lakes Butter in them too!

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  93. Almond Toffee Bars

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  94. We bake a lot over the holidays, but the one thing the family insists on every year are black bottom cupcakes.

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  95. I shared on Facebook (almost forgot!)

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  96. I love making red velvet cake from scratch!

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  97. I love making Million Dollar Fudge...One recipe makes 5 pounds of fudge...so I have enough to share with friends and family, and still have some to nibble on myself

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  98. O, Cookies! But I have a ton of recipes either pinned online or from cookbooks that it's always something new. This year I'm trying your Ritz Cracker Toffee!

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  99. Every year my dad asks for one thing for Christmas, oatmeal cookies! I make him about 6 dozen and he freezes them to eat all year!

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  100. Every year my dad asks for one thing for Christmas, oatmeal cookies! I make him about 6 dozen and he freezes them to eat all year!

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  101. My favorite recipe is just making sugar cookies from scratch! I tend to never make them otherwise :)

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  102. I love Christmas Cookies. My favorite one is Spritz. Brings back childhood decorating memories and now current "Grandma" memories with my Grandson. Sharing on FB.

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  103. Carmel pecan candy

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  104. I make candy cane cookies. They are everybody's favorite around here.

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  105. Frosted soft sugar cutout cookies. Nothing spectacular but the taste.

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  106. Traditionally I make fudge for the holidays. Last year I tried two new cookie recipes - Oatmeal Cranberry and Chocolate Gingerbread. My family loved them so much I plan to make them every Christmas.

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  107. I love to bake my sugar cookies, cranberry pinwheel, date nut pinwheel and red velvet cake rolls. Every year we do a baked good exchange with family and friends. We all LOVE to bake.


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  108. I love to bake my sugar cookies, cranberry pinwheel, date nut pinwheel and red velvet cake rolls. Every year we do a baked good exchange with family and friends. We all LOVE to bake.


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  109. My Mom's 62 year old recipe for Butter Ball cookies, a/k/a Russian Tea Cakes!

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  110. Cookies & pies have always been my favorite things to bake during the holidays. My sons (all grown now) still get together with me and we spend the day baking all our favorite cookies. Then I get to send them all home with several dozen of their home-baked favorites.

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  111. Gingerbread cookies are the big winner for me!
    karak24@gmail.com

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  112. I love making candy at Christmas time; my mom's pralines, pecan candy, truffles, pistachio balls, and haystacks.

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  113. My FAVE cookie is my cutouts. YOU inspired me to begin with a couple years ago and now they are a favorite gift to give also!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!! petetayteresa@netzero.net

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  114. I look forward to our Christmas Eve dinner, ham cooked in brown sugar and ginger ale, baked corn and mashed potatoes. It's nothing fancy, but it's so good! I also love to make sand tarts.

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  115. I shared on Twitter, https://twitter.com/adriennezannino/status/672790429138616320

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  116. I shared on FB!! If any of my peeps win they need to share with me!! :-) petetayteresa@netzero.net

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  117. I love to make german butter cookies with my girls. I'm sharing this post everywhere. I would love those dishes and free butter would be amazing considering the price at the store right now.

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  118. pumpkin bread is my favorite thing to make!!

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  119. I love to make sugar cookies at Christmas time!

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  120. I love to make german butter cookies with my girls. I'm sharing this post everywhere. I would love those dishes and free butter would be amazing considering the price at the store right now.

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  121. Nanaimo Bars are one of our favorites & Cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning!

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  122. My favorite dish is Mom's corn pudding

    2 ears worth of corn Kernels
    3 Tbs. Sugar
    ½ tsp. Salt
    ½ Tbs. Flour
    1 egg (beaten)
    ½ cup milk
    ½ cup heavy cream
    1 Tbs. Melted butter
    ¼ tsp. Ground nutmeg

    mix all together
    pour in baking dish
    Bake in preheated 350 degree oven until golden brown and set. About 30 min.

    This dish is served Christmas Eve with a honey naked ham, potato salad, deviled eggs, brussel sprouts with pork belly, fresh homemade hawaiian rolls and so much more!

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  123. Magic Bars/Seven Layer Bars/Hello Dollies -- whatever you call them -- are my favorite holiday treat!

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  124. I enjoy baking cookies and monkey bread at Chrismas time. We look forward to both all year long.

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  125. I shared on Twitter
    https://twitter.com/gypsyscrapper/status/672792067421028352

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  126. W0W! That's an amazing package right there! One recipe my family requests every year is homemade red velvet cupcakes with browned butter cream cheese frosting with something sprinkled on top or a candied pecan.

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  127. I make a number of items. The one I make the most because so many people enjoy it is Eggnog Bread. I love making it and well there is a stick of melted butter in every loaf.

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  128. I love making ginger cookies with orange-ginger cream filling for Christmas. They are so good!

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  129. I use your perfect sugar cookie recipe for just about every holiday and they are always a hit with my friends and family!

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  130. I always like to make gingerbread men cookies, because they are so adorable and tasty!

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  131. I make my sweet and sour meatballs every year for Christmas Eve. Everyone loves them. andreamofme@gmail.com

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  132. I just tweeted...https://twitter.com/Denver41/status/672794404092940289

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  133. My favorite recipe are my Grandma's sugar cookies!

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  134. My grandmother's pressed cookies.

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  135. Brandy Taylor brandy.dawn.taylor@live.comDecember 4, 2015 at 9:12 AM

    I made Pioneer Woman's home made mac and cheese for this past Thanksgiving! It was such a big hit it will now be one of my go to side dishes. If you haven't tried it yet you're missing out. It was simple and delicious! Shared on fb, pinterest.com and by telling family and friends.

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  136. Shared with my daughter-in-law.

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  137. favorite recipe is stollen (christmas bread) - i make several loaves, mixed up in one of my grandmother's bowls, and share with the family.

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  138. A sugar cookie star tree! And boozy bourbon truffles.

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  139. i love them all but I do need the butter coupons to make sweeties

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  140. I love making chocolate peppermint fudge!

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  141. Hm favorite Christmas recipe - either cinnamon rolls or fresh coconut cake!

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  142. I love making snowballs at Christmas!

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  143. I love making decorate cookies and toffee.

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  144. I love to make Oma's sugar cut out cookies and havw them decorated by the kids.

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  145. I love to make decorated vanilla bean sugar cookies at Christmas! My adult kids, however, request peanut butter kiss cookies and chocolate chip. I have already informed everyone that all I want for Christmas is the new Pioneer Woman dishes and bake/cook ware!!!

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  146. I tweeted: https://twitter.com/MyPinnedLife/status/672797515842846721.

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  147. My mom's Carrot Cookies! The citrusey flavor is perfect this time of year!!♡

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  148. Of course I love to make your roll out sugar cookies. They turn out perfect every time!

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  149. My mom's Carrot Cookies! The citrusey flavor is perfect this time of year!!♡

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  150. We love to bake sugar cookies and decorate them. I also love to bake my grandma's pecan pie recipe! jumpforjoy@gmail.com :)

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  151. Mom's rosettes ... they're so easy to make and taste delicious.

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  152. My mothers recipe for English Toffee ! YUM

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  153. What an awesome give-away this is!! I would most definitely make some delicious fudge with the Land- O -Lakes Butter (which I always buy) as well as some Magic Cookie Bars. I have been wanting the Pioneer Woman dishes since they first came on the market. Beautiful!! I have shared this contest on my Facebook wall and told my neighbors, relatives, and friends all about it. Hope I win! email address is farmerwife2011@gmail.com.

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  154. I love to bake several different cookie to give for gifts.

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  155. Pies, pies, and more pies!!!

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  156. My famous Pralines. I give them as gifts.

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  157. My favorite thing to bake during the Thanksgiving holiday is pecan pie :) and during the Christmas holiday definitely cookies. Chocolate chip, snicker doodle and butter cookies that we decorate :)

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  158. My grandma's Sour Cream Sugar cookies. They are the best!

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  159. Potato pancakes for Christmas breakfast.

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  160. I like to make chocolate chip cookie dough truffles! Actually, I just like to eat the dough plain, but that is beside the point!

    Thanks for the chance to enter. colleenmiller@qwestoffice.net

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