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Some holiday baking tips from Hershey’s and Betty Crocker

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This weekend I have two parties to go to where I need to bring cookies and I’m making cookies for all the teachers, bus drivers, coaches, etc.  For some of you this might be a piece of cake (pun intended) but for me…well, I’m what you’d call “baking challenged.”  As I tweeted earlier this week, the thought of making 6 dozen cookies causes me more stress than my recent root canal!

That’s why I was so happy when Hershey’s and Betty Crocker reached out to me with some tips on making cookies and baking with your kids.  There are some great tips and one of the most important reminders to me was that a child’s idea of helping could be as easy as just holding the top of the mixer. 

Check this out for some great ideas and visit www.FavoriteCookies.com for the recipes.  Happy Baking!

 

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