Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Cookie Walk

I'm in charge of recruiting members of our congregation to bake cookies for our church's annual Cookie Walk.  Do you like my super cute sign up sheet?  I used photographs from my holiday magazines to make a mouth-watering display.

Have you ever been to a Cookie Walk?  I think they are really fun.  A Cookie Walk is a fundraiser that sells homemade cookies during the holidays.  The cookies are displayed on trays and people stroll along “the walk” shopping for cookies.  A gloved committee member places the cookies as they are selected into the shopper’s box.  At the end of the walk, cookies are weighed and sold by the poundIt's genius! 

The congregation comes together to bake their personal favorites (I love when someone tells me about their signature cookie); Shoppers get delicious homemade cookies during the holidays and the church makes a little money.  Win-win-win. 

This is a photo of the cookies I made for last year's cookie walk (10 dozen, with the help of my niece and parents!).  They sold out quick!  This year I am making my famous gingerbread men.

1 comment:

Elaine said...

What a neat twist on the cake walk and the cookie exchange.