## OXO Holiday Baking Giveaway!

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.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:23 pmooo, there are all SORTS of things I want to bake this year. if I can find the right M&Ms, I want to make these:

http://www.twopeasandtheirpod.com/white-chocolate-peppermint-mm-cookies/

my husband loves red velvet cake, so maybe these too:

http://joythebaker.com/2012/11/red-velvet-black-and-white-cookies-3/

plus all sorts of other ones. so many good recipes, so hard to choose! :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:24 pmI like you on Facebook! :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:25 pmI will be making what I call walnut snowballs.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:26 pmI liked you on Facebook.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:29 pmMy best friend’s favorite two pies are strawberry rhubarb and blackberry, so he challenged me to make a blackberry rhubarb pie!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:31 pmJust tweeted! Hope everyone is getting to relax a bit over the holidays :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:31 pmWe’ll make 5 Minute Fudge, chocolate covered raisin caramels, nonpareil shortbreads, and the fabulous “Polish” cookies (kolache?) if I can find the Solo filling. All are traditions for my family. Yum!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:32 pmMonster cookies – thanks!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:33 pmLiked on FB! Don’t know why I hadn’t before…

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:43 pmMy grandma’s famous sugar cookies! She has never measured the ingredients and they come out tasty every time!!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at4:46 pmLiked you on FB and shared for all my friends to discover you too! This year I’ll be baking sugar cookies, thumbprint cookies, honey & rosemary shortbread and Swedish soft gingerbread cake. Meerrry Christmas!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:02 pmGerman stollen and Springerle cookies! Also, I follow you on Facebook.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:08 pmI always look forward to our annual cookie bake – going to test out nutella candy cane cookies this year! I also like you on facebook :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:11 pmPeanut Butter balls, Toffee bark, caramel corn, peanut brittle,Fudge and the list goes on and on as everyone has their favorites!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:12 pmI like you on FB!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:23 pmI plan on making fudge and an oatmeal pecan pie.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:23 pmI will be making the biscotti for my friend’s cookie exchange party…and of course extra for us. Can’t wait to try them. Thanks for all your great ideas…and Merry Christmas

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:25 pmSugar Cookies!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:25 pmI’m a facebook fan! :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:27 pmIced cut-out cookies are a family tradition! This year, I am excited that my children are old enough to decorate with me!!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:30 pmcream cheese almond cookies are on my list! and considering the dough has to rest, they are being started tonight!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:31 pmThis Christmas I will be baking Panetone and tons and tons of Christmas cookies like chocolate crinkles, Mexican wedding cookies and sugar cookies.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:40 pmI am making Italian Rainbow cookies!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:41 pmI “like” you on Facebook!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:46 pmI want to try & bake + put together a homemade gingerbread house!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:47 pmI’m following on Twitter & I tweeted the message(:

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:48 pmI liked your page on Facebook!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:52 pmNutmeg logs and candy cane cookies. My mum has been making them for years and I’m looking forward to starting my own tradition with them!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:53 pmI like you on Facebook!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at5:58 pmJust tweeted!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:01 pmI send about 20 packages of holiday cookies to members of my family and friends all over the world. This year, I am most excited about baking: peanut munchies, chocolate crinkles, and caramel delights!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:14 pmI will be making Choc Chip Cookie Dough Truffles, Russian Teacakes, Sugar Cookies, and a few others!!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:15 pmGingerbread cookies! They make the house smell so good!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:21 pmGingerbread cookies, panettone, biscotti, spritz…

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:21 pmCookies, fudge, english toffee, caramels… Baking and candy making is one of my favorite parts of the Holidays!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:24 pmAt the moment I’m thinking of making Anise almond hazelnut biscotti, Fennel baked in cream, baked fish Milanese.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:25 pmLots of caramels and sugar/gingerbread cookies.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:28 pmPeanut blossoms and Scotch cookies are at the top of the list. I hope to do caramel corn also.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:28 pmPomegranate Bliss Bars! Love baking with pomegranate.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:38 pmpeanut butter kiss cookies

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:59 pmI planned to make lots and lots of cookies, granola and most importantly sweet potato pie.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at6:59 pmI like on FB.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:02 pmI will be baking fudge, rice krispies, sugar cookies, gingersnaps, chex mix, muddy buddies, and a whole lot more. I LOVE to bake!!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:10 pmPizezlles are on my baking agenda this year for sure, but I haven’t decided the rest yet!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:11 pmI am a fan on Facebook!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:21 pmI’ve already made chocolate covered pretzels, peppermint bark and fun holiday shaped hot cocoa cookies. Now I want to make something using the biscoff I finally got! I also plan on making some kind of cake to bring to my family Hanukkah dinner

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:22 pmI follow you on twitter and tweeted about the giveaway: https://twitter.com/shaywiz/status/276843959643430912

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:22 pmI like you facebook already :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:24 pmI’m making your orange biscotti, Texas lemoncello, and garlic herb salt to give away as gifts for friends and family :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:25 pmPumpkin pie, upside-down pecan pie, bread pudding, standing rib roast, ham, yeast rolls, French green beans with bacon, six-cheese macaroni, duchess potatoes, broccoli casserole. Sure there will be more with 22 to feed.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:25 pmPeanut brittle and several other holiday goodies!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:27 pmI will absolutely be making peppermint bark!!

Also, just liked you on facebook :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:32 pmPizzelles, snowballs, coconut bars, shortbread, etc.. all the old favorites!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:37 pmMy holiday baking agenda consists of caramels, caramels oh and some more caramels ;)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:37 pmI follow you on FB :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:38 pmI follow you on Twitter and tweeted :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:42 pmRecipes on my holiday baking agenda include gingersnaps, shortbread, sugar cookies, and some holiday candy.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at7:56 pmTruffles!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:01 pmI’m making dipped pretzels, mint meltaways, and some great coca mix to give in jars!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:02 pmI like u on FB!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:08 pmGinger cookies! I would love that pop set!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:20 pmBiscotti, shortbread, 2 kinds of fudge, hot chocolate mix, white chocolate mint cookies… the better question is what isn’t on the list! (And how much will I actually get done??)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:21 pmI like you on Facebook!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:26 pmI love peanut butter cookies with the kisses. Thumb prints and spritz are also on my lineup!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:27 pmI like you on Facebook!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:28 pmJust learned to bake challah this past weekend so I will be whip up a few batches for family as well as tons of sugar cookies for the cookie exchange.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:29 pmChocolate Chip pecan cranberry cookies!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:36 pmApple Pie / Cookies / all kinds of cookies / chocolate liqueur truffles

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:38 pmI am making lots of Christmas cookies and chocolate covered cherries filled with amaretto, yum!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:49 pmCookies, cookies, cookies! It makes me feel wonderful that at Thanksgiving people already started talking about what might be in the cookie baskets this year! ;-).

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:51 pmmaking a peppermint brownie with meringue topping this weekend!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at8:56 pmlove your website , recipes , my favorite cookie recipe is Russian tea cakes easy and so yummy,

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:01 pmYUM!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:04 pmI liked Love & Olive Oil on Facebook. Thanks for the heads up about your Facebook account.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:05 pmI think I might make my husband some granola! Pretty simple this year.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:05 pmI followed @loveandoliveoil on twitter.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:09 pmChanukkah cookies! (ie cookie cutter cookies). Just like Christmas cookies but dreidels instead of trees.;) I use my moms almond butter cookie recipe.

Also making homemade granola for gifting.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:11 pmmolasses cookies and cinnamon rolls!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:14 pmI make peanut butter Kiss cookies, Biscotti (going to try the Biscotti recipe you posted) and butter cookies.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:15 pmmaking some apple hand pies. apples, spice, and everything nice.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:15 pmI like you on FB!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:23 pmI would like to bake some holiday breads.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:23 pmFollow on Pinterest!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:23 pmI like you on FB

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:34 pmGonna bake lotsa donuts for Chanuka :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:35 pmLiked on FB

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:35 pmFollowing on Twitter and Tweeted.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:40 pmon my baking list are way too many sweets – caramel cheesecake, 7 layer bars and mexican wedding cakes to start. then probably chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies to decorate, and probably finish it off with carrot cake! yum, yum.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:43 pmI have a variety of cookies including their vegan versions for family members with dietary restrictions….sugar, snicker-doodles, gingerbread, chocolate chip and more! i also tend to be more ambitious with my baking during the holidays, trying out baked goods that can also be delicious breakfast items like bagels, cinnamon rolls, scones, biscuits, and even a brioche or two!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:46 pmcut out cookies, chocolate crinkle cookies, chocolate truffles, vanilla snowballs, peppermint bark, and whatever else I can squeeze in!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:46 pmhomemade mint oreos!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:47 pmand i like you on fb!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:52 pmDefinitely looking forward to making chai spiced sugar cookies at some point this season!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:55 pmCranberry brussel sprouts, cinnamon buns, turkey, pumpkin pie!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at9:58 pmMolasses cookies, Russian tea cakes, chocolate chip cookies, gingerbread cake, sour cream coffee cake–we’ll see how many actually get made!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at10:01 pmcoffee bundt cake with dark chocolate chips :)

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at10:02 pmjust liked you on FB!

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at10:09 pmI plan on making cheesecakes this holiday season. A pumpkin one with a gingerbread crust and a butterscotch pecan one with whiskey.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at10:11 pmI’m making marshmallows, Martha’s of course, and peppermint bark, lots of peppermint bark. Of course we will throw some cookies in there too.

Posted OnDecember 6, 2012at10:16 pmHot Chocolate Cookies are at the top of my baking agenda! SO yummy.