Quick and Easy Cookie Exchange Party

Spread holiday cheer by inviting family and friends over for a festive (and easy!) cookie swap. The secret to avoiding extra stress? Betty Crocker cookie mixes. These shortcut cookies and bars are as festive and delicious as they come!

Hosting a cookie exchange is an easy (and delicious) way to gather friends and family during the holiday season—and walk away with enough cookies to last you through Christmas! Here are our expert tips to make your next cookie swap the best one ever!

Send out invitations

Mail or email holiday-themed invites for the party, asking each guest to bake a different cookie recipe. Each guest should bake about a half dozen cookies for every person attending. For example, if you’re inviting eight people, everyone should bake four dozen cookies.

Print the recipes

Once the invites have been sent, make a copy of every cookie recipe for each guest. Keep it festive by downloading these adorable (and free!) cookie swap recipe cards.

  • Candy-Kissed Snowman Cookies

    Give your snowman a festive new look–top off with holiday HERSHEY’S® Kisses® brand milk chocolates. Both kids and kids-at-heart will have fun making and decorating these little snowmen.

  • Easy Peanut Butter Cookie Cups

    This easy peanut butter cookie will triple your pleasure with peanuts, peanut butter chips and peanut butter cups all together in one cookie cup. Perfect for your holiday cookie exchange.

  • Chocolate Mint Pinwheels

    No mixer’s needed when you use a cookie mix to jumpstart your cookie baking.

  • Holiday Blossom Cookies

    Candy-topped cookies are always a winner. And with cookie mix, making them couldn’t be easier!

  • Christmas Sugar Cookie Cutouts

    Baking holiday cookies is fuss free when you get a little help from a Betty Crocker® cookie mix.

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Source:  Betty Crocker

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