Cookie Recipe Exchange & $20 Macy’s GC Giveaway!

Welcome to the Christmas Cookie Recipe Blog Hop & Giveaway!!

15 bloggers have come together to bring you some great recipes and some awesome prizes. It’s a cookie exchange party – online style!

Below you will find my recipe, along with a rafflecopter form for you to enter to win a $20 Macy’s Gift Card, then using the linky provided at the end of this post, hop from blog to blog and collect all the other great recipes and enter to win more great prizes.

(Tip: Create a folder and name it “Cookie Recipes”. Then simply right click on the recipe cards on each of our blogs to save each recipe to this folder. Then, when you are ready to bake, you will have a wonderful recipe collection in which to choose from. Also, be sure to check our facebook pages periodically throughout the giveaway, as some of us will be sharing recipes directly from Hershey’s.)

Below you will find a recipe card for my delicious Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies!

AND that’s not all!!!

2 lucky Grand Prize Winners will receive the following prize pack, perfect for hosting your very own cookie exchange party, sponsored by Hershey’s:

1 apron

16 bakery boxes to give to exchange participants for keeping recipes

16 sets of recipe cards

3 bags of Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Kisses

2 pouches of Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie mix

1 pouch of Betty Crocker Peanut Butter Cookie mix

1 can of Hershey’s Cocoa Powder

So enter my giveaway below, then head over to Mommy’s Money Saving Madness! to enter to win this awesome prize pack.

a Rafflecopter giveawa



  1. Sherrie Cruson says

    My mother’s old fashioned Gingerbread cookies are my favorite.
    This recipe I found on is similar to my Mother’s but the ingredients differ a bit.

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  2. says

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  3. Michelle Hofer says

    We bake a bread called “Reicher Stollen” filled with all kind of dried fruit and nuts. My kids call it Christmas bread.

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  4. Victoria Russell says

    My Dad’s sage stuffing – and his limoncello – he only makes them at the holidays and we all love them!

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  5. Vicki S says

    I love to make vanilla buttermilk cupcakes with cream cheese frosting!

  6. Ariel Henry says

    Cookies are a must-bake item for Christmas! We always make sugar cookies and ice and sprinkle them. I also LOVE no-bake cookies.

  7. Alicia says

    Love these Pumpkin Gooey bars:

  8. katklaw777 says

    We are Polish and my fav recipe is Polish Sausage, sauerkraut, onions and caraway seeds…it’s a family secret recipe!

  9. Bianca Roman says

    I love to ‘fake bake’ hah. I absolutely love making the Pillsbury holiday sugar cookies (the ones that have decorations on them)

  10. Bianca Roman says

    The email I use for RSS Feeds and email newsletters is yobonks(at)gmail(dot)com – there wasn’t a space to put it and my username for Alexa is (supbonka)

  11. Ann F says

    I like my Rocky Road Candy recipe:

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

  12. Monique Rizzo says

    Holiday Hideaways.

    Thanks for the chance.
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  13. Geoff K says

    I love pumpkin bread pudding during the holidays, and here’s a link to my favorite recipe:

  14. Kiara says

    I love to bake sweet potato pie!
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  15. krystal says

    My favorite recipe are these oatmeal white chocolate chip and craisin cookies:—Snacks/Oatmeal-Cranberry-White-Chocolate-Chunk-Cookies.aspx

  16. Shannon Gallagher says

    I like to make Kiss cookies, or peanut butter blossom cookies, whichever way you want to call them!

    lovescrissangel at hotmail dot com

  17. Barbara Montag says

    I have a special secret bread pudding that I make every Christmas.
    Sorry no link.
    Thank you.
    barbara dot montyj at gmail dot com

  18. renee walters says

    I love making pumpkin cake! It is an old family recipe mixing pumpkin pie and cake together. It is delicious! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters
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  19. Jessie C. says

    we bake a lot of cookies, This gingerbread cookie recipe is great.

  20. ryan minton says

    my favorite cookie to bake at christmas is your basic chocolate chip cookie!

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  21. Gretchen Gerth says

    We always like to try new things, this year we are making a mint chocolate cake. We also start most recipes with a cake mix.

  22. Laura Jacobson says

    My favorite is the 7 Layer Jello….we do reds, greens, and yellows for Christmas!

  23. SHAYNA says


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  24. ferriz says

    peppermint pinwheel cookies. just take sugar cookie dough, dye half of it red, roll it out over white sugar cookie dough and roll them together. chill over night. cut, bake, brush with egg wash and sprinkle crushed candy cane.

  25. Ashley says

    I love these pecan clusters
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  26. Candie L says

    There is a raisin sauce my sister makes. I have to ask her every year for the recipe and I forget every year. I know it has raisins, apple butter, apple sauce, and raisins. Thank yo

  27. Tamra says

    One of my favorite things to cook during the holidays is a roast chicken with potatoes, carrots and stuffing. No real recipe, it changes each time!

  28. D Schmidt says

    My current favorite recipe is Golden Rum Cake. This is the link to the recipe:

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  29. says

    These Dipped Gingersnaps are some of my favorite cookies to make for Christmas. They’re even more fun when you add sprinkles to the chocolate! :)

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  30. Penny Kathleen says

    I make this to die for Heath Coffee Cake for every holiday breakfast!

  31. Courtney Desormeaux says

    Chocolate Raspberry Almond Rugelach

  32. Caity says

    Every year, we have Christmas beans. It’s a big pot of beans you have to start before 5am, and it was something my grandfather did for his entire adult life.

  33. Caity says

    Whoops… That said bake! I make traditional shortbread every year. This isn’t my recipe, but its close!

  34. mary gardner says

    the fantasy fudge recipe on the jetpuffed marshmallow cream jar – it comes out perfect everytime!

    marygardner49 at aol dot com

  35. Barbara Hunt says

    Thanks for the great contest!
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  36. Sandra Brower says

    Everyone, including me, can not get enough of my Sweet Potato Bread. We love my sweet potato pie, but sweet potato bread is for anytime.. LOL.. it is a breakfast food, snack or dessert and with a cold glass of milk can be a meal all by itself!! LOL I have to bake a lot of loaves to get through the holiday.

  37. says

    My favorite holiday recipes (or treat recipe in general) is cookie dough truffles. I make it more festive by adding holiday themed sprinkles or frosting. I added a link to it here:

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