HomeCooked Holiday Cookie Workshop: 11/30 3pm&6pm, 12/1 10am&2pm

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Leave the shopping, stress & mess of holiday baking to us! 

Fri 11/30 3pm & 6pm (6pm is age 21+, BYOB)

Sat 12/1  10am & 2pm

Must reserve in advance-- call 610.647.1002 or download form at www.homecooked.net/files/cookies2012.doc

In 2-2.5 hours you’ll make 30 dozen treats: 10 different recipes.  Great activity for friends, parent/child afternoon out, or come with your significant other. 

  • Chocolate Fudge (Rocky Road or Marshmallow)

  • Chocolate Chip Shortbread

  • Turtle Bars (Caramel, nuts and chocolate)

  • Toffee Chip Cookies

  • Chewy Gingersnaps with Lemon Drizzle

  • Snickerdoodles

  • Mexican Wedding Cakes (Russian Tea Cakes)

  • Cinnamon Chip Scones with Maple Glaze

  • Raspberry Danish Cookies with Almond Glaze

  • Peanut Butter Blossoms  (Chocolate Kiss Cookies)

  • HomeCooked provides ingredients and packaging.  Just bring a hand mixer to make mixing the doughs easier and a cooler/laundry basket for carrying them home.

  • You’ll leave with the dough, toppings, glazes and baking instructions.

  • Perfect option for teacher's gifts, holiday cookie exchanges, cookie trays & more!

  • Too many cookies for your house?  Split with a friend and make a day of it.

  • Cookie dough, as well as cookies that you have baked, can be frozen. 

  • You may bring 1 helper (to split your package or assist with preparation, 1 adult required to attend). Note: Because of the nature of this session (hectic!) children must be 10 or older (to be the helper) and able to independently follow recipes & focus on cookie making for 2.5 hours. 

  • Session sizes are limited, first come, first served.

Call or stop by the store to register and pay. 

1 Paoli Plaza (across N Valley Rd from Paoli Station)  Paoli, PA 19301

HomeCooked November 30, 2012 at 12:45 AM
We are still taking reservations for all sessions. Call the store and we will get you set! 6106471002


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