Have you ever been to a cookie swap for the holidays? They are great fun – not to mention, delicious! If you haven’t been to a cookie swap, the whole point is to bring 40 cookies using your favorite recipe and trade . . . and you leave with many different kinds of cookies from others at the party. I dare you not to eat a few on the way home.
You never want to leave a cookie swap without making sure to get your favorite recipes printed out before you leave. So how do you do this? It’s easy with an HP wireless printer and phone. With a few touches, you can print out multiple copies of your recipe and share them with fellow party-goers. And they can do the same for you! So grab a few friends and organize a cookie swap – they are so much fun. To get you inspired, here are 10 cookie swap recipes that your friends will be begging you to print out and share with them.
Get ready to get hungry!
10 Yummy and Festive Cookie Swap Recipes 1 of 11
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Gingersnap Logs 2 of 11
These yummy little logs mix the flavors of gingerbread and white chocolate.
Christmas Sandies 3 of 11
These mini cookies are not only tasty, but festive with their holiday nonpareils.
Melting Snowmen 4 of 11
These delicious cookies combine chocolate and peanut butter and have funny little hats.
Bacon Cookies 5 of 11
Bacon and bourbon come together with chocolate in the most unique and delicious cookies ever.
Eggnog Frosted 6 of 11
Make a basic sugar cookie even better with sweet and yummy eggnog frosting.
Chocolate Mint 7 of 11
Use mint chips and mint Oreos to make these tasty, decadent cookies.
Meringue Kisses 8 of 11
These cookies include a little chocolate, a little peppermint and a lot of meringue.
Peppermint Sandwiches 9 of 11
These homemade peppermint sandwiches combine soft cake mix cookies with a delicious filling.
Swedish Cookies 10 of 11
Every cookie swap needs a traditional Swedish Christmas cookie with sanding sugar edges.
Giant Ginger 11 of 11
These yummy (and large) classic cookies are made tasty with a touch of ginger.
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