As if those delicious dark chocolate and orange biscotti (and a video to go along with it!) weren’t good enough, I’ve got something even better. I’m so excited that OXO® has so kindly offered up one super-sized gift set full of baking tools and goodies to one lucky L&OO reader!

The winner will receive a fabulous OXO® gift pack of their choice, valued at $150. When you win (and we all know you’re going to win, right?) you get to decide which set you’d like. Maybe you’d like a set of Pop Containers to organize your pantry? Or maybe you saw us using the mini beakers in the video and must have a set for your kitchen. There are rolling pins, measuring cups, mixing bowls, cookie jars, spatulas, egg beaters… I can tell you any one of these sets would make you a kitchen rockstar.

#### What do you get?

**The POP Star Set:**

Good Cookie Spatula

10 Piece POP Container Set

3 Cookie Jars 2 quart, 3 quart, and 5 quart

-OR-

**The Bake Sale Set:**

Good Cookie Spatula

Egg Beater

3 Pc Mixing Bowl Set

3 Pc Silicone Spatula Set

Rolling Pin

Angled Measuring Cup – 2 Cup

Batter Bowl

Medium Cookie Scoop

Magnetic Digital Timer

POP Cookie Jar

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**The Baking Boss Set:**

Good Cookie Spatula

Pop-Up Cookbook Holder

11in Silicone Balloon Whisk

3 Pc Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set

3 Pc Silicone Spatula Set

Rolling Pin

3 Pc Angled Measuring Cup Set

4 Pc Mini Measuring Beaker Set

#### Giveaway is now closed. Thanks for entering!

The fine print: No purchase necessary. Giveaway open to US residents only. Void where prohibited. Giveaway sponsored by OXO®. I received an assortment of kitchen goodies to use in the video, however all opinions written are purely my own.

Ashley T—Lots of cookies and mint-flavored things!

Dawn Siemer—I will be making sugar cookies, haystacks, and my great grandma’s fruitcake recipe. I already made pumpkin banana bread with chocolate chips.

A new baby has forced me to curtail my usual holiday cooking, but if I have time, I’ll add some fudge, chocolate chocolate chip cookies with cherries or cranberries, and/or some gingerbread. If I feel *really* ambitious and have someone willing to help, I’ll make my grandma’s apple strudel!

Cristina Riojas—White Chocolate, Vanilla Bean Cups with Toasted Coconut & Pink Salt from Roost

Stacy—I’m looking forward to baking peanut butter blossoms.

Stacy—I follow on Twitter and tweeted. https://twitter.com/glavi47/status/277198939999051779

Stacy—I like on Facebook.

Melissa P.—At the top of my list are my friend’s family’s secret molasses sugar cookie recipes! I only break those out this time of year!

Andrea—Ooh, cornbread for sure!

Barbara Hair—Chocolate chip cookies, peanut butter cookies and cinnamon rolls – a new recipe I tried today.

Radhika—I want to make gingerbread cookies! I also “like” you on facebook!

hilda torres—I plan on making pineapple upside down cake and making some home made oatmeal cookies

Laura—I plan to make Hello Dolly bars for sure! They’re a holiday tradition in my house.

Laura—I like Love & Olive Oil on Facebook!

Christine—Walnut fudge is first, followed by truffles, kahlua cakes, and candy cane cookies!

Kelly J—Cookies and more cookies!

Molly—Making my favorite sugar cookies and I’m going to try sugar cookie bars

Molly—Following you on twitter

Molly—Like you on fb

Jennifer s—Chex mix!

Jennifer s—I’m a fan on Facebook!

Holly—For holiday baking, will be baking some Sugar cookies and Hershey kiss Christmas cookies (as well as some no bake Nutella fudge and chocolate covered Oreos)

Karen—I have lots of baking plans, including macarons and fruitcake. It is also my birthday just before Christmas, so I get to make myself a cake!

Virginia Rapavi—mini eggnog donuts

Freya—pear&cranberry crisp; cookies.

Jessica L.—I’ve got big plans to make a couple cakes, some cookies, and another batch of Smitten Kitchen’s apple cider caramels!

Leila—my step-mother’s special vegan hazelnut jam thumbprint cookies. Mmm. The hazelnuts are just sitting there in the kitchen, waiting.

Jessica L.—I’m a fan on Facebook!

Marnely Rodriguez-Murray—Eggnog, eggnog poundcake, and ginger snap cookies!

Marnely Rodriguez-Murray—i like you on FB

Amy L—Today I begin my holiday baking with Italian Nutbread. My daughters and I will be baking all day and into the evening to finish all of the 14 or so loaves. I’ll also be making buckeyes, butterballs, peanut butter kisses, iced anise cookies, pfefferneusse, gingerbread cutouts, toffee bars, pizzelles, and sugar cookies. If I have time I’ll also make 1 or 2 types of biscotti. I think that’s everything. Wow, I’m tired already just from thinking about it. :)

Amy L—I already follow you on twitter & I tweeted

https://twitter.com/amylou61/status/277406979763355649

kskitchen—I will be making fudge, slated caramels, browned butter snickerdoodles, and many more.

kskitchen—I follow you on facebook.

Jessica S.—My grandmother makes a mean pumpkin roll, and though the pumpkin season is dying, I’d love to try out that recipe!

Jessica S.—I follow you on facebook!

Eunice—Anything to do with snickerdoodles and I already follow you on facebook!

Lisa—Peanut butter and hershey kiss cookies for holiday baking, but I’m also planning to make some chocolate truffles in gift bags for my coworkers :-)

Danna—Cookies, fudge, and apple crisp, oh my!

Danna—I am a fan on FB.

LeAndra—I am planning to try my hand at some peppermint meringue cookies, and I will probably make some buckeyes as well.

Sara H.—Chocolate crinkle cookies, gingerbread cookies, sugar cookies

Curt—I’m baking Peanut Butter Blossoms and Candy Cane Cookies.

Susan—I love making Peppermint Bark, gingersnaps and pumpkin bread.

Jessica Totsch—I will be baking a New York Cherry Cheesecake for the holidays this year – it’s my families favorite!!

What recipes are on your holiday baking agenda?—What recipes are on your holiday baking agenda?

Cookies galore. Some Oreo Stuffed Chocolate Chips, Gingerbread and ginger molasses cookies are on the agenda for tomorrow.

happygirl—Marshmallows (first attempt will be tried tomorrow, fingers crossed!), molasses cookies, flavored butter for gifts

Christina Main—Ahem. Fudge. Shortbread cookies (making today). Coffee cake.

Christina Main—Just tweeted!

Christina Main—Gurrrrrrrl. You know I’m already a fan on Facebook!

mrs meredith—Thumbprint cookies. Chocolate PB surprise cookies. Red velvet cookies. YUM!

Minhtam—Eggnog bread, cinnamon pull apart bread, orange cookies, croissants, a dutch baby… and more, if I can remember them all.

Stef—Dream bars, cheesecake and pineapple upside cake

J—Rich dark chocolate brownies! Yum!

Emily C.—All kinds of cookies and candies and a big batch of cinnamon rolls

Irene—Classic christmas icing decorated sugar cookies!

Alyssa—Your better-than-takeout sesame tofu has been on my list for FOREVER! And of course, plenty of baking. At the top of my baking list are candy cane kiss brownie bites for a Christmas party next week. :)

Alyssa—Just liked your Facebook page! (don’t know how I hadn’t already!!)

Alyssa—Anddddd…. I just tweeted!

Brittany Laakkonen—Mocha Truffles. I always try to make other candies or cookies, but I get a general roar of disapproval if I make anything in place of our Christmas truffles.

Jess—We just decorated sugar cookies today and next I’m making candy cane Rice Krispie treats.

Jess—I like you on Facebook.

Twilla Liles—I always make peanut butter balls, Martha Washington balls, lady fingers, Oreo Cookie balls, pecan kisses, and my famous Chicken Frito Casserole. I like you on facebook.

Carolsue—I am into Red Velvet now — Red Velvet cupcakes, cake, cookies — you name it! Looks nice and Christmasy and is so good.

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Carolsue—I follow you on Twitter as MsCarolsueA and I tweeted

https://twitter.com/MsCarolsueA/status/277561815418929152

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Alayna—I’m trying panetonne for the first time this year! Also going to make my dad a rum cake and the usual round of ginger snaps :)

Carolsue—I like you on Facebook (Carolsue Anderson)

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Nicole—My iced and decorated sugar cookies.. 9 dozen down and one more round to go!

Alex—Cookies!!..and not sure what else quite yet :)

Sara—chocolate chip cookies filled with Hershey Hugs and Kisses and toped with fudge

Ttrockwood—I plan to bake gingerbread, fudge, and russian tea cake cookies

Kristin—I want to make: peanut butter fudge, divinity, millionaires, cream cheese mints, and a red velvet cake!

Kristin—I’m following you and just left a tweet about this giveaway!

Kristin—I like your page on Facebook!

Nancy—I make angel pie and needhams! Thanks so much!

Nancy—I follow you on twitter and tweeted! https://twitter.com/nkathleena/status/277601504112828416

Nancy—I like you on FacebooK!

Doris—I would love to make some casseroles and stuff!

Mariam—I am thinking about experimenting with more recipes from other countries. We will see how it comes out! lol

Eric—I will try to make some fudge.

Thanks for the chance.

Linda—shepherd’s pie sounds appetizing right now!

Wade—I have so many things to make to bring to invitations. But I love rice and green bean casseroles.

Alexis—shoo-fly pie!

Betsy Sell—I will be baking gifts and goodies! Including homemade nutty granola for our pastors, almond biscotti for my bosses, Grandma’s pumpkin muffins for co-workers, and Raspberry Almond and Peanut Butter Chocolate Kisses cookies for my darling husband. Love your blog! Betsy

Jessica—I will have to make chocolate fudge and anything else gluten free!

jeri—My oven and cookies do not get along, so I’ll be making my favorite quick breads. Cranberry orange loaf is my favorite; equally good for breakfast, lunch, dinner or dessert.

Stephanie—My baking list includes baklava, chocolate chip cookies, and lots of bread!

Stephanie—Also… I’m “like” you in Facebook!

Brianna—Peppermint Brownie Bites, Blueberry Lemon Sweet Rolls, and fresh baked bread! Happy Holidays!

Natalie A.—Homemade eggnog, treacle tart, and thumbprints are all on the list.

Maivy—Successful macaroons are on top of my baking list this year. I also saw a recipe for Boston creme pie cookies that I want to try.

Linda—Cranberry breads!

lynn—let’s see…lard-free snickerdoodles, jam thumbprints, pizzelles, amaretto shortbread, sugar cookies and whatever else strikes our fancies.

lynn—i like you on facebook

Nadine—Savory granola for soup topping and lemon coconut bars!

Barb T.—Gingerbread cookies for sure! Thanks for the molasses 101!

Dee—Cheesecakes and macaroni casserole!! miam miam!!

Andrea N—I always make sugar cookie cutouts and fudge.

Lisa—Spiced pecans and almonds!

sugarbite—Vintage Santa and Tom and Jerry sugarcookies with 1950’s cookie cutters from my mother!

Ashley—I’m on a misson to find the perfect sugar cookie this Christmas.