For the third consecutive year, I participated in the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap. The idea is that food bloggers from all over the world send cookies to other food bloggers for the holidays. You get lots of delicious homemade cookies, and you also get to support Cookies for Kids’ Cancer. That is an all-around win!
I always struggle with the big cookie decision. As much as I bake cookies, you’d think this would be simple. But I always fret over finding just the right cookie to share! This year I opted for a twist on a traditional cookie with these Peanut Butter Snickerdoodles.
I have such a weakness for anything cinnamon or peanut butter, so combining the two seemed like a perfect fit. The cookie itself is a pretty traditional peanut butter cookie. But it gets the snickerdoodle treatment with a little roll in some cinnamon-sugar before baking. The flavor combination is just lovely!
If you follow me on Instagram, you have already seen that I received some amazing cookies in return. My first box was filled with Espresso Chocolate Chip Biscotti from Sheila of Life, Love and Good Food. Then I received Chocolate Truffle Peppermint Crunch Cookies from Elizabeth of Sugar Hero. My last cookies were Soft Gingerbread Cookies from Elizabeth of Food Ramblings. They were all so delicious! And I must say it’s nice to eat baked goods someone else baked for me. That doesn’t happen much anymore!
An amazing 566 bloggers participated in the cookie swap this year. That’s a lot of cookies! Thanks to Lindsay of Love and Olive Oil and Julie of The Little Kitchen for organizing the cookie swap. We also had some wonderful sponsors with OXO, Dixie Crystals, Brownie Brittle, and California Olive Ranch. If you’d are a food blogger and would like to participate next year, be sure to sign up for notifications.