For the third year in a row I have participated in the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap. The Cookie Swap is where food bloggers get together, bake cookies, send them to other bloggers, and blog about the cookies they made. I was paired up with three other bloggers who I sent a dozen cookies to and other bloggers sent cookies
This event is so much fun! It was great to meet new bloggers and I love baking cookies. It is always fun to get mail, especially when it is cookies! We all were excited to check the mail and see if we had received any cookies. Plus the proceeds go to a great cause, Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. This year over $12,000 was raised, which is awesome. If you didn’t participate this year, I definitely recommend it for next year, the cookie swap is a lot of fun!
I sent yummy cookies to Lauren at Sunshine and Sweet Tea , Sommer at A Spicy Perspective, and Jennie at Garlic My Soul. I received Dark Chocolate Chip Cranberry Cookies from Kaitlin at I Can Cooke That and Shortbread Cookies from Stace at Treats 4 Ta-tas. These cookies were all so delicious, thank you!
For the cookie swap, I decided to make Triple Chip Pudding Cookies. I love making pudding cookies, the pudding adds so much flavor to the cookie and makes them very moist and soft. These usually stay moist for at least a week after. This is perfect for cookie exchanges and if you are going to mail cookies to someone or give them as a gift. That’s why I decided to make these for the cookie swap, so that they would still taste great on arrival.
These Triple Chip Pudding Cookies were so delicious and I loved how soft they were. The triple chips consist of chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, and butterscotch chips. These chips go great together and taste great in the soft and moist pudding cookies. These are great for the holidays and cookie exchanges or would be good for anytime of the year. These are a must try cookie, I can’t wait to make them again!
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