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
3 Pc Mixing Bowl Set
3 Pc Silicone Spatula Set
Angled Measuring Cup – 2 Cup
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
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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I’m planning on making crystallized ginger shortbread, Louisiana buttermilk cake, mexican wedding cookies, chocolate covered peanut butter balls, and chex mix!
I want to make marshmallows this holiday season. I haven’t made them in ages!
shortbread, nanaimo bars, butter tarts and ginger cookies :)
Lasagna. Ice Cream Torte. Salad.
Fasenjoon – A Persian recipe for Veal/Walnut/Pomegranate Meatballs – the most delicious meatballs ever!!! And For Dessert: Lindsay’s Kumquat Tart
Latkes, rugelach, pumpkin cheesecake, for Hanukah
For NYE, black eyed peas, collards, okra, and sticky toffee pudding
My grandmother’s rock cookies – walnuts, raisins, rum and a lot of other delicious items!!
I am going to learn how to make homemade caramel this holiday season. I already have pink salt to go on top of the caramel candies. For the meals—quinoa, broiled fish and many many vegetable and a salad from our garden—arugula, herbs etc.
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Mine are all COOKIES! & now your pepperment bark brownies :) The cookies include hot chocolate cookies, gingersnap, andes peppermint dark chocolate, and the classic snickerdoodles
Peanut Blossoms are a must for the holidays! Peanut butter cookies with a chocolate star in the middle.
Traditional sugar cut out cookies and decorated with my grandchildren.
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peanut butter kiss cookies!
I plan on Cinnamon Almonds, Layered Jello Squares, and Sugar Cookies. I already made Chocholate Marashino Cherry Cookies. They were awesome.
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My mom’s five pounds fudge recipe.
Sticky cranberry gingerbread and salted brown butter rice krispy treats!!
I plan to make the classic Gingerbread cutout cookies! I already made the dough and am waiting for a cookie-exchange with my bookclub. Also want to try the Reese’s Chocolate and Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies along with the staples of sugar cookies, peanut bars and chocolate covered pretzels.
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my holiday agenda? each member of the family old enough to have an opinion got to pick a recipe, so i’m making: meringues, jam thumbprints, chocolate/raspberry rugelach and fudge. mmm….
Definitely making your recently posted gingerbread recipe and doing a second batch of the orange and dark chocolate biscotti, which are excellent!
I’m going to try my hand at some cookie recipes recommended by friends… most seem simple yet tasty!
I’ll probably help my girlfriend make some cookies for Christmas. Peppermint Oreo Cookies.
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Lots and lots of Biscottis for almost everyone I know and sweet n savory scones!
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What a great giveaway! I’ve made cheesecake pops and a yule log cake, and still have some buttered toffee, kolacky cookies, a cheesecake ball, and some pies left to bake! :)
Chocolate peppermint cake pops and now your peppermint brownies, yum!
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My baking agenda includes peppermint marshmallow cupcakes, chocolate covered peanut butter balls, adorable elf cookies, and the traditional sugar cookies!
More candymaking than baking right now- planning on trying my hand at homemade caramels and peppermint patties, thought I’ll definitely be baking date toffee pudding for Christmas.
I’ll be baking sour cream cut outs, and of course fruitcakes.
Dressing, greenbean bundles, brownie cookies, artichoke dip, and maybe my first ever caramel pie!!!
I’m not sure I’ll get to them all but, Spritz, homemade marshmallows, springerle, and snickerdoodles are on the top of my list this year!
I’m making tons of peppermint bark, peppermint brownies (with peppermint ice cream), and peppermint-chocolate pie! Gotta get my peppermint baking in while it’s still topical :P
I love buckeyes at Christmas.
My mom’s Christmas cut-out cookies! And an almond cake
Just moved into my first place a couple months ago, need baking things to add to my small kitchen, especially a decent set of mixing bowls!!
peppermint choco bark, ginderbread stars, shorbread dipped in chocolate!
I intend to tackle croissants this year – it is about time I learned how!
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for this holiday, i REALLY want to succeed in a vegan peppermint mocha cupcake! i have succeeded in the past making the non-vegan version, but since i’ve been trying to avoid more vegan these days, i want to create a tasty vegan dessert that my family would also just gobble right up!
that and also something with spaghetti squash as a side dish…any suggestions?
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I am going to try those gingerbread cookie dough truffles-they look awesome!
On my holiday recipe list is snickerdoodles, red velvet biscotti, gingerbread, frosted sugar cookies, apple pie, chocolate fudge, peppermint patties, and good ol’ peanut brittle!
During the holidays my kitchen is filled with goodies. Some nice beef stew with wine, carrots, potatoes and celery simmers in the crock pot. Baking some cookies for the family- white chocolate and macadamia nut for the gramps, and gingerbread and apricot whoopie pies for the coworkers!
My famous caramel wrapped peanut butter chocolate pretzels!
Caramels, Turkish delight, and black licorice for send-aways, lemon bars and mincemeat thumbprints for party-going.
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Plenty of pie!
My neighbor Janet, her daughter Amanda and I just spent the evening planning Christmas dinner for our little group of 8 (my husband and 3 adult children and her family. Along with planning our dinner menu of roast duck, twice baked goat cheese stuffed potatoes, and fabulous salad we planned our baking day together. We’ll be baking and decorating sugar cookies and will definitely make a chocolate rum rolled Christmas cake. What fun! I told them both about your website and I’m a fan on Facebook.
I’m making sugar cookies, toffee/pretzel bark and caramel filled chocolates.
I started my holiday baking on November 1 – with a huge batch of fruitcake. We’ll also be making spritz, pineapple filled, and dark chocolate-pine nut cookies.
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I am focusing on Christmas candies this year – caramels, brittle, toffee, mints, etc. But, I also MUST make my annual favorites – cereal date balls and soft ginger cookies! Yum!
I am planning on making pumpkin fudge, peppermint marshmallows, snickerdoodles, butter cookies and a noel roll cake.
Cookies cookies cookies! Today it was Pistachio Mexican Wedding cakes.
I need to make almond coconut cookies very badly.
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I want to do some peanut butter kiss cookies, gingersnaps, and homemade oreos.
Every year I make a Frozen Peppermint Cheesecake. You can make it well in advance of the holiday.
I’ll be baking yummy pumpkin bars this holiday season!
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I am making peanut brittle, divinity, homemade peppermint patties, pralines, and cookies.
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I plan on making a peppermint bark cheesecake. MMm
I always make our family’s Christmas cookies, and there are many kinds. Mexican Wedding cookies, pecan triangles, chocolate crinkles, nutmeg butterfingers, heath bar, and I’m sure I am forgetting a few others.
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Cookie dough truffles, either sugar cookies or shortbread, and maybe a cheesecake if my husband talks me into it.
Definitely Rainbow cookies!
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I always make turkey and prime rib roast. Pumpkin pie and pecan pie are always on the menu as well.
Soft sugar cookies for decorating and homemade caramels.
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i’m making assorted holiday cookies to give as gifts!
Chocolate chip cookies…my husband’s favorite and Peanut Butter Blossom cookies…my favorite!
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On my holiday baking list are my German godmother’s ancient cookie recipes for Poor Man’s Cookies (made with almond flour – much before it was so trendy) and Vanilla Horns!
My plan is to try out your Sweet Potato cake with Molasses Buttercream!