Saturday, February 22, 2014

Love Cooking Company Review & Giveaway

Do you like to bake? I like to bake cupcakes and cookies, so when I received the email asking if I wanted to review a cookie cutter and do a giveaway, I jumped to the occasion. I received a Mrs. Fields Easter Cookie Cutter. I made them not with the theme of Easter in mind, but for Spring. I'll make them again when Easter rolls around. I've never made cookies from scratch. I always used to buy the pre-made from the market, or the ones that you make from a box. This was my first time making from scratch, and they actually turned out quite nice. I was very surprised with myself. I didn't actually get a rolling pin. Didn't want to spend $$ on something I wouldn't be doing all the time, so I used a glass cup. It worked out great! I found a recipe from Martha Stewart, used unsalted butter, made the dough, kept the dough in the fridge overnight, rolled it out, used the cookie cutter, cooked it, and decorated it. The pictures below show my completion of the cookies, and I'm sorry to say, they aren't frosted. You really don't want to see the ones I frosted, they aren't a pretty sight.


So this is what I received. They cause less clutter in your kitchen, they are dishwasher safe (top rack), and they should be available on amazon, at Joanne Fabrics, and the Kitchen Collection for $9.99.

Love Cooking Co. Products are designed to simplify cooking, baking, and storing items in your kitchen. Create fun new dishes with a quicker and easier process from prep to serve Check out all the products that they have to offer!

Easter is just around the corner. Wouldn't you like to win your own cookie cutters for you and your children, or just you can make for the holiday? Enter the giveaway below. Good luck!



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6 comments:

  1. My grandchildren and I would like to try these out by making Easter cookies this year ! Thanks !

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  2. I will be making these with my daughter.

    Michelle F.

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  3. I would make some cookies with my daughter!

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