Holiday Gift Guide: 5 Tips for Hosting a Cookie Exchange
Every year, I host an Annual Cookie Exchange and invite our family and friends. It’s a fun event where we socialize, eat, exchange cookies, eat, laugh, and eat some more! A big part of the Cookie Exchange is obviously the assortment of cookies that everyone brings, but it’s also the snacks and foods you provide your guests to eat. I found a huge selection of snacks and goodies to serve at this year’s Annual Cookie Exchange.
I love shopping at Walgreens! Not only do I usually find what I’m looking for, but I purchase the stuff I want at budget-friendly prices and even get cash back! For instance, I found a HUGE selection (not an understatement people) of snacks and foods from Good & Delish. Wow! I couldn’t believe how much there was to choose from. In fact, I even had to put some of it back because my grocery cart was filling up rather quickly. I found Good & Delish chocolates, cookies, candy, nuts, dried fruit, chips, salsa, ice cream, coffee, creamer and more! This Cookie Exchange is gonna rock!!!
Has the idea of Hosting a Cookie Exchange piqued your interest? Are you not sure how to get started? Plan your Cookie Exchange this year with these 5 Tips for Hosting a Cookie Exchange.
5 Tips for Hosting a Cookie Exchange
1 – Send out invites at least 1 week before the event. The holidays get busy quickly, so the sooner the better for sending out your invites for the Cookie Exchange. I like to send my invites out via Facebook, but be sure to follow up with friends and family who may not check their account on a daily basis.
2 – Provide beverages at the party. I like to provide a variety of drinks at my Cookie Exchanges. Drink selections include water, coffee, tea and soda.
3 – Decorate your table of food with holiday themed paper products. I love the holidays and the decorations. When I set up my food tables, I like to include festive paper plates and paper cups, as well as past utensils.
4 – Provide snacks – both sweet and salty. When you think of a Cookie Exchange, you may think you don’t need to provide refreshments. Wrong!!! I like to provide a variety of snacks, including candy, chips, nuts, cookie and dried fruits.
5 – Give away delish-ous prizes at your Cookie Exchange. If you know me, you know that I love swag…especially when I give it away. At my Cookie Exchanges, I love to give away prizes. They include holiday items, gift bags and one of my favorite foods…chocolate!
I found my snacks, foods and prizes at our local Walgreens and even got a coupon for $15 off my next purchase of $30 or more. Just one of the perks of having
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