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OXO Holiday Baking Giveaway!

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OXO 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


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


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.

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  1. I like you on FB!

  2. Definitely some peanut butter blossoms!

  3. Chocolate peppermint pinwheel cookies!
    Also I follow you on fb. :)

  4. Monster cookies and some peppermint pinwheels!

  5. Top of my holiday recipe list: peanut brittle for my grandpa.

    Everything else is really secondary to Grandpa’s candy.

  6. I’d like to try my hand at making fudge to give as gifts to people at work. :)

  7. I like love and olive oil on facebook!

  8. Oh, I’ll be making lots of family recipes, as always! M&M cookies, gumdrop cookies, peanut butter blossoms!

  9. Nutella fudge!

  10. I liked Love and Olive Oil on Facebook too!

  11. Chocolate peppermint bark, a cheesecake, and a hearty chili!

  12. I plan on making venetian cookies (I really don’t know if this is what they are called- but it’s the name I gave these powdery pecan goodness cookies since I was a child!)

  13. I’m also a fan on Facebook.

  14. I plan to make a few sugar cookies but more importantly I have requests for cookie dough truffles!

  15. A traditional British Christmas cake, peppermint chocolate cookies, and maybe an eggnog cheesecake!

  16. I am definitely going to bake some rugelach for Hannukah, and most like some type of gingersnap or gingerbread near the end of December. Haven’t decided which recipe yet!

  17. I will be making Gingerbread cookies, Pizzelles, Pecan Tassies, many other cookies, fudge and Salted Caramels.

  18. Too many to list! Hidden kisses, jam thumbprints, eggnog cookies, and many more…

  19. Hot cocoa cookies and chocolate peppermint brownies (and maybe some rainbow cookies).

    Also I’m a twitter and Facebook follower :)

  20. chocolate peppermint cookies, gingerbread and lots of banana bread!

  21. Mint Chocolate Truffles, Pomegranate Fudge & Peanut-butter Puddles!!

  22. I just liked the facebook page!

  23. I can’t wait to make bon bons and thumbprint cookies!

  24. twitter follower, ya’ll!

  25. Sugar cookies are number one on the list, followed by cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning!

  26. I’m boring…bread, cinnamon rolls (first time), chocolate chip cookies 9old favorite). May try something else, just not sure what yet.

    I’ll be hosting a Christmas Eve dinner for parents/in-laws but haven’t decided on the menu yet.

    following at Tweeter too @bookdragonslair

  27. I followed you on Twitter and tweeted about the contest (but my tweets are protected, I’ll approve you if you want to see it!)

  28. cookies, cookies, cookies, and more cookies!

  29. I follow you on Facebook.

  30. Can’t wait to make some cookies for everyone.. including myself!

  31. I like Love & Olive Oil on Facebook!

  32. I’m planning on making Peppermint Patty Chocolate Cookie Sandwiches, I saw them on Cookies & Cups the other day! I’m probably also making my boyfriend’s favorite chocolate chip cookies and maybe some fun brownies too.

  33. Lots of cookies and pumpkin chocolate chip muffins

  34. CINNAMON ROLLS! Can you believe I’ve never eaten one before? I want to make them for Christmas morning this year!

  35. buckeyes! i’m without an oven :(

  36. Trying to master my grandmother’s fudge!

  37. truffles, ginger cookies, rice crispies, sandies, sugar cookies

  38. Very little compared to most years. I’m skipping the gift cookie trays this year, and only baking with my son what he wants us to make.

  39. Homemade peppermint patties! They are requested by family every year.

  40. Recipes on my holiday baking list: Oreo truffles, peppermint bark, choc chip cookies, and pumpkin cheesecake!

  41. This Christmas my baking list is ALL things gingerbread and a killer double chocolate peppermint chip cookie!

  42. follow on FB

  43. brown butter glazed oatmeal cookies

  44. cranberry mascarpone tart with chocolate wafer crust
    double chocolate cookies
    and… my mother’s famous nut bars!

  45. I’m also a FB and Twitter follower!

  46. Definately have fudge, peanut blossoms and peanut butter balls on the list!

  47. Chocolate peppermint shortbread, and maybe some homemade marshmallows…

  48. Following you on Twitter and tweeted!

  49. Oh man, so many recipes. I want to try out a couple of bar cookie recipes from Smitten Kitchen’s new cookbook, and then I’ll probably be making the chocolate toffee and chocolate thumbprint cookies I make every year. Plus *more* chocolate cookies and brigaderios (look it up, they’re amaaaazing) for my grandma. And then the chocolate chip coffee cake (also from Smitten Kitchen) that I make every year for the weekend after Christmas. There will be much destressing in the kitchen this year.

  50. Cookies…..lots of cookies!

  51. Pumpkin roll and gingerbread!!

  52. I also follow and tweeted on twitter!

  53. I would love to get my hands on making chocolate truffles this Christmas!

  54. Hot chocolate, cookies, gingerbread torte, and COOKIES!

  55. I’m definitely baking peanut blossoms. And then I’d like to try a peppermint nutella cookie recipe I found – I think I may use that one for the cookie exchange I have coming up next weekend.
    Great giveaway!!

  56. sugar cookies with icing and gingerbread men. yumm can’t wait for the wknd to bake.

  57. Tons of cookies!! Gingersnaps, chocolate crinkles, cut outs… and lots more I’m sure.

  58. I will definitely make my grandmother’s famous glazed rum spice cake!

  59. And I liked Love & Olive Oil on Facebook. Thanks!

  60. Definitely Kiss Cookies and Buckeyes… yumm.

  61. I liked you on facebook too :)

  62. I love making sugar cookies. Thanks for the chance to win!

  63. This year I want to make fancy homemade marshmallows and hot cocoa mix for gifts. Definitely also cookies, but not sure what type yet.

  64. i follow on facebook

  65. Cut out sugar cookies, peanut butter blossoms, peppermint bark brownies!

  66. Last year I received Norwegian Delicacies in a cookie swap, and they were amazing! I’ll definitely make more of those!

  67. Cookies! Lots and lots of cookies.

  68. Lemon Ricotta cookies, fudge that I put into cupcake liners and can bag as individual gift(great for bake sales too). Gingerbread pizzelles, and a number of Polish and Italian cookies.

  69. donuts!

  70. And I already follow L&OO on Facebook!

  71. First up, Meyer lemon crinkle cookies then perhaps my hubby’s favorite molasses cookies. But the absolute must is the orange hazelnut buche de noel for Christmas Eve.

  72. I’m making cookies and candies!

  73. I “Like” you on Facebook!

  74. I always look forward to making Pecan Tassies with my mom each Christmas. This year, I am also trying out: Andes Mint Brownies, and Salted Peanut Bars!

  75. I always make big pans of brownies and cut them into small squares to make brownie bites. I’m also planning on making something, I think it’s called Elf Treats – graham crackers soaked in a butter and brown sugar syrup. Should be called Elf Crack instead, LOL!

  76. Chocolate fudge!

  77. I can’t wait to make peppermint bark!

  78. Great giveaway! peanut clusters and cutout cookies are on the agenda to make this weekend! Thanks for the opportunity!

  79. I am a fan on Facebook!!!!

  80. I plan to make lots of cookies and Christmas “crack” (popcorn, M&M’s, & pretzels coated in white chocolate)!

  81. I’m looking forward to making Cioppino. We always celebrate the holiday season with lots of crab! Yum!

  82. I’m definitely making my mom’s delicious mini pecan tarts and okinawan sweet potato and haupie squares!

  83. Peppermint blossoms and salted caramel chocolate chip cookies for sure! Homemade almond joys and peanut butter cups!!! Cannot wait!!!

  84. crispy peanut butter truffles, dipped in milk chocolate!

  85. I follow on Facebook.

  86. Sugar cookies! Because decorating sugar cookies with two kids is guaranteed hilarity.

  87. For certain I’m making cut-out cookies, it’s not Christmas without them.

  88. I follow you on facebook.

  89. Right now I’ve got one at the top of my list: chai eggnog cookies.

  90. I plan on making jelly doughnuts. Not sure what else at the moment.

  91. Recipes on my holiday baking agenda: Red Velvet Cupcakes, Cheesecake, Sugar Cookies, Chocolate Cupcakes and Roast Turkey!

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